Forrest Biden

Forrest Biden
Forrest Biden

Creepy Uncle Joe “Gaffemaster” Biden is an affable, personable, rather pleasant man from all appearances. He also comes across as being more sincere in action and words than most other career politicians. Sadly, he also comes across as “a bit slow,” “a wee bit confused,” and as someone slipping rather precipitously into his dotage.

Truly, it would be no kindness to install Biden in the White House, and it would certainly be a criminally negligent disservice to America and the world at large to do so since we’d always be one gaffe and/or one bit of confused rhetoric away from catastrophe.

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I Am Asking You Once Again

Biden: I Am Asking You Once Again
Where Am I?
I Am Asking You Once Again

‘Tis funny, but also more than a little sad and scary. Biden’s apparent cognitive slippage seems to be accelerating with the stress of his campaign. And that makes the not too unlikely prospect of his being installed as POTUS pretty damn terrifying to me.

Say what you want about Americans’ President, Donald Trump, but he’s not slipping swiftly into his dotage. Biden, on the other hand, could totally screw up the nation and the world by complete, bumbling accident.

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Joe Hiden

Joe Hiden - The Basement Candidate
Joe Hiden – The Basement Candidate

Ole Joe “The Gaffe Master” Biden should possibly be called Joe Hiden or Punxsutawney Joe. He has, after all, become a sad and bitter recluse, running what passes for his presidential campaign from his basement.

Of course, the Dems have quickly warmed to this bunkered and hunkered style of seeking the Presidency. They’re certainly quite strident in their desire for Biden to NEVER debate President Trump. And really, who can blame them? Biden’s mental acuity and agility have never been that great, and they’ve both declined over the last year or so, which many Dems acknowledge.

I’m just wondering if the Dems expect or plan to force Creepy Uncle Joe to, if elected, run his Presidency in a similar fashion. If so, it does explain why it’s taking them so long to inform Biden who is Vice Presidential running mate is, since she’d be the one most likely running the show.

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Go Home Newt

Newt Gingrich is considering running for President in the upcoming 2012 elections – sort of, kind of, maybe…if things look promising.

To that end the politician turned pundit has launched the website NewtExplore2012 to see how Americans feel about his potentially possible candidacy. This an odd move to say the least, especially from an “elder statesman.”

I’m in some doubt as to whether or not he’ll like the response though. Newt Gingrich, once a firebrand and dangerous opponent has, as the years progressed, become more and more “erratic.” Take, for example, his recent speech at the at Cornerstone Church in Texas which included this bit of WTF!?!

“I have two grandchildren Maggie is 11, Robert is 9,” Gingrich said at Cornerstone Church here. “I am convinced that if we do not decisively win the struggle over the nature of America, by the time they’re my age they will be in a secular atheist country, potentially one dominated by radical Islamists and with no understanding of what it once meant to be an American.”

I can understand the concern that America might degenerate into Atheism. I can understand the concern that America might be suborned and perverted by Islam. There are forces, well-entrench within our nation, who are actively seeking those destructive goals.

What I’m totally and utterly incapable of understanding is any concern about America devolving into a secular Atheist state that is dominated by radical Islamists.

That’s completely nonsensical! The first thing that the Islamists would do during the course of their rise to power would be to exterminate the Atheists. There’d be none left by the time the Islamists could ever be said to dominate what had replaced America.

Go home, Newt. Go play with those lovely grandchildren; go write some more books; just go while you have some dignity remaining to you and before you embarrass yourself further.

Age can bring great wisdom. It can also, sadly, bring great folly. There’s little joy in watching an American elder suffering from the latter as Mr. Gingrich seems to be suffering.

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