Will Joe Biden run for president?

Updated on February 12, 2015 in Campaigns
5 on February 11, 2015

I say “yes” — mostly because what else does he do? The ego of politicians is surpassed only by network news anchors. Everybody around him for decades has been stroking his ego until he has to run. I don’t think he’ll mount much of a challenge, but he’ll make it fun for a few months.

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I think he will. From his perspective he’s the heir apparent.

on February 12, 2015

That cheap hair plugged, faux paux  commiting  jackass couldn’t run a temperature much less a country.

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I doubt it — he’s got a good thing and I also think he’d be confused that Amtrak doesn’t run a shuttle from the White House to the … White House 😉

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Dear God, I hope so. Joe Biden is a national treasure and we need more of him, not less. Yes, even this Republican thinks this…

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Oh give me a break. Is not running the best? With the feet moving so quickly and the pulse racing so strongly and the opportunity to wear athletic footwear of different colors and to be listening to one’s music playlist completely oblivious to the activities that surround one, including many motor vehicles that are seemingly intent on removing runners from the carpool lane where they may have inadvertently found themselves from time to time, I must say. If Mr. Biden chooses to run, I offer him this advice with the most humble of humble intent, and that is this: that he stay out of the carpool lane, at least from time to time, so that the automobiles can pass without fear of a painful collision that would leave the nation without one of its most estimable running enthusiasts.

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