It is indeed a sad, somewhat slow motion, collapse of the long political career of a likeable, if somewhat dense, professional politician, who ended up too enamored with his long term stature and a bit forgetful of the long-term venality that has attended his actions in public office. .
Fri 6 Sep, 2019 11:40 am
That gaffe I see nothing wrong with. There was a time when bipartisanship wasn't a dirty word and people from both sides actually worked to get things done even if they didn't agree completely with one another.
That was a "gaffe?"
When the truth becomes a political gaffe, we're in a lot of trouble.
Fri 6 Sep, 2019 02:16 pm
Why did Biden's eye fill with blood when he mentioned reducing the number of cars as part of a climate-reform strategy?
Is it because he was lying and he knew it or because he's afraid of union wrath for suggesting production/sales cuts on automobiles?