Sad. He really should drop out of the race, informing
the country and the world he is now permanently retired.
Yes, he has had problems as a stutterer. But this has
nothing to do with stuttering. It is about having the
mental capability to do the job he is asking to be hired
to do. His words clearly show he lacks this ability.
Like many other Americans, and others around the world,
I watched the Democratic candidates debate live on stage.
Well, on television, not actually being in the audience
itself. And one candidate truly stood apart from all
the others. Not for the reasons most would think.
Go ahead and watch a replay of the debate. I am sure
you can find it online, free to view. And tell me if
I am wrong in my analysis.
Is it possible Joe Biden is senile? I know people who
are stutterers, but have all their marbles. They are
coherent in their thoughts, and are able to express
themselves clearly and fully, although it may take them
a bit longer than others.
If Joe Biden is senile, as appears to be the case, can
he be denied from taking the oath of office if he is
elected? I mean, if he is not mentally and/or physically
capable of doing the job, then it only stands to reason
somebody else would have to take his place.
Enter Hillary Clinton as running mate for Joe Biden.
Problem solved. Then president-elect Joe Biden can stand
aside, allowing Hillary Clinton to take his place. And
then she can nominate her husband as first gentleman ...
Here is a transcript of a small portion of the latest
Democratic debate, showing Joe Biden at his best -
“Well they have to deal with the — Look, there is institutional
segregation in this country. And from the time I got involved I
started dealing with that. Redlining. Banks. Making sure that
we’re in a position where — Look, talk about education. I propose
that what we take is those very poor schools, the Title 1 schools,
triple the amount of money we spend from 15 to 45 billion a year.
Give every single teacher a raise that equal raise to getting out
— the sixty-thousand dollar level.
“Number two: make sure that we bring into the help the — the student,
the, the teachers deal with the problems that come from home. The
problems that come from home. We need — We have one school psychologist
for every fifteen hundred kids in America today. It’s crazy. The
teachers are reca — Now, I’m married to a teacher. My deceased wife
is a teacher. They have every problem coming to them. We have make
sure that every single child does in fact have three, four, and five
year-olds go to school — school, not daycare. School. We bring social
workers into homes of parents to help them deal with how to raise their children. It’s not that they don’t wanna help, they don’t want — they don’t know quite what to do. Play the radio, make sure the television,
the — ‘scuse me, make sure you have the record player on at night, the -the-the-the phone, make sure the kids hear words. A kid coming from a
very poor school, a very poor background, will hear four million words
fewer spoken by the time they get there.”
The moderator question was about race, slavery, and segregation.
Joe Biden's answer raised more questions about himself than his
supporters want to know or acknowledge. Which raises another
question. What about the likely Republican nominee? Some say
or suggest he has the same problem as Joe ...
Get Her Wet Here
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