Biden: Slurs Way Through Campaign Launch

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Jul 25, 2018
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Joe Biden reminds me of our fraternities social chairman always smiling always joking and never having anything to say that anyone is interested in hearing.
He's definitely an interesting candidate, given the current climate.

He's trying to win the nomination for a party that's basically running against who Biden's been his whole career. He's tried twice, & failed, to win the nomination. He openly buys into the notion that people are sick of old, rich white guys running things, but then says he's the "right" old, rich white guy for the job.

All that being said, & for what polling data's worth, he still leads the race right now.

As someone who's always believed in a balance of power between the 3 branches, I actually like Biden's centrist nature in contrast to some of the other loons whose policy ideas are rooted in dreamland. It's definitely going to be interesting to watch & see how far left he goes on some of the issues like climate change. He's already drawn a line in the sand in terms of saying some of the ideas simply aren't practical, so what's it gonna look like when he & the others are actually onstage together? I'll have the popcorn ready, that's for sure.
 

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To me, the fact that Joe leads is an indication of how the less radical side of that party knows that they need to run away from the socialist (Bernie) and nut jobs (AOC's)...it's at least a tad bit comforting that just maybe the entirety of DNC hasn't completely sold their soul to lunacy...although it appears that way more often than not.
 
Jul 25, 2018
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To me, the fact that Joe leads is an indication of how the less radical side of that party knows that they need to run away from the socialist (Bernie) and nut jobs (AOC's)...it's at least a tad bit comforting that just maybe the entirety of DNC hasn't completely sold their soul to lunacy...although it appears that way more often than not.
I'm leaning toward the media & a 2016 replay again. The sheer amount of coverage given to the far left candidates makes me really question how much support some of them actually have.
 

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I find it comical that the party who keeps telling us that rich white straight men are the biggest evil in society has rich white straight men leading the other candidates by so much.

If Biden believed what his party was shoveling, he would withdrawal and ask his supporters to vote for Kamala Harris.
 
Jul 25, 2018
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I find it comical that the party who keeps telling us that rich white straight men are the biggest evil in society has rich white straight men leading the other candidates by so much.

If Biden believed what his party was shoveling, he would withdrawal and ask his supporters to vote for Kamala Harris.

No doubt. & Robert O'Rourke, who's had to "relaunch" his campaign less than 2 months after it began, is parroting Biden's line of "I'm the right rich white guy.":facepalm:

It's also worth noting at this same time in '07, Hillary led Obama by double digits, '15 Trump was 8th amongst Republican candidates.
 
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In Comparison to the Trumpster fire we are currently watching in the Whitehouse? He’s a genius.
I don't disagree, but that sounded a lot like a mild stroke. I like Joe, but he's just too old for this. He needs to endorse a moderate, then step aside and enjoy retirement.
 
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They say the first person to live to be 150 has already been born.
I wonder if somewhere out there, America's first 100 year old President is taking his first steps?