“I can die a happy man never having been president of the United States of America. But it doesn’t mean I won’t run.”
I noticed that several folks weighed in on Twitter about The Hill’s piece by Jordan Fabian, “Biden could live with Clinton or Sanders, but criticizes both.”
One tweet suggested that America should place it’s bets now while the odds are good that crazy Uncle Joe finally gets into the presidential race.
Marco Rubio’s campaign tweeted a photograph depicting Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC), South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley, Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) and Rubio together on stage dubbed “New American Century.”
In my opinion it is a positive image. Contrast that with what the Democrats have trotted out— a humorless aging hippie peacenik socialist who honeymooned in Moscow, wrote pornography, worked as a carpenter (he was a shitty carpenter) and never had a steady paycheck in the first four decades of his life.
Bernie Sanders boasted on Thursday at a town hall in Las Vegas that feminist hero Gloria Steinem named him an “honorary woman.” The DNC could draft Caitlyn Jenner as the first transgender president using Steinem’s logic.
And then, you have The Ice Cube In Heels who squirmed uncomfortably when interviewed by CBS’s Scott Pelley: “You talk about leveling with the American people. Have you always told the truth?” Clinton answered, “I’ve always tried to. Always. Always.”
Pelley came back at her with, “Some people are gonna call that wiggle room that you just gave yourself.” “Well, no. I’ve always tried—,” she said.
Pelley pressed her, “I mean, Jimmy Carter said, ‘I will never lie to you.'” Visibly shaken by the hardline insinuation, Clinton said, “Well, but, you know, you’re asking me to say ‘Have I ever?’ I don’t believe I ever have. I don’t believe I ever have. I don’t believe I ever will. I’m gonna do the best I can to level with the American people.”
Vice President Biden says he could “live with” Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders but offered critiques of both candidates running for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination.
“I can live with either one of them,” Biden said in a joint interview with The Washington Post and Politico published tpday. “I can support either one of them; I just have a different sense of how we should be talking about the issues that face us, to enhance the possibility that we keep the White House.”
The Democrats are in a deep, deep mountain of manure. I hope the Republicans don’t snatch defeat from the jaws of victory. America cannot endure anymore desolation, transformation, lawlessness and corruption on either side of the aisle.
Will Joe get in? Place your bets.