Posts Tagged ‘Biden’

September 2nd, 2020 - 11:19 pm § in Donald Trump, Politics

Latest polls unchanged

A new CNN poll shows Biden maintaining a 51%-43% lead over Trump nationally, within the margin of error of pre-convention polls. Read story here. That’s bad news for Trump, because it shows he’s made no progress in closing the gap, with little over a month left until voters begin marking[...]

August 12th, 2020 - 3:10 am § in Politics

Why Biden chose Harris, and what it means

Compiled from news sources and commentaries, with my own insights and observations Joe Biden probably picked Kamala Harris as his running mate partly because he’s not taking the November election for granted, even though he currently leads in polls. In that respect, Harris was “the stron[...]

March 4th, 2020 - 8:20 am § in Politics


Joe Biden, derisively called “Sleepy Joe” by Trump, and written off as politically dead by pundits just a few days ago, leaped ahead of Bernie Sanders in the Democratic nomination race on Super Tuesday by sweeping the South and winning the home states of two other erstwhile candidates (K[...]

February 9th, 2020 - 2:38 pm § in Donald Trump, Politics

About that “lying dog-faced pony soldier” remark …

At a New Hampshire campaign event on Sunday, Joe Biden jokingly referred to a young woman who asked about his Iowa loss as a “lying, dog-faced pony soldier.” Slate explains Biden took the line from a movie and has used it in jest before. Conservatives, of course, are piling on him as though he w[...]

December 31st, 2019 - 2:08 pm § in Politics

Biden said he’d appoint Obama to the Supreme Court

While campaigning in Iowa this weekend, Joe Biden told an audience he would nominate Barack Obama for the Supreme Court, if Obama was willing to serve in that capacity. Personally, I like the idea. Vote Democrat and get President Biden and Justice Obama. Vote Republican and you’re stuck with T[...]

October 9th, 2012 - 10:12 am § in America

The Biden Ryan Debate, Shame on you!

Scheming the debate last week, I wrote that I expected Romney to play Cincinnatus, the Roman farmer who saved Rome by giving up a life of ease and assuming the role of Great Leader.  I assume team Obama never read my post and won’t read this one either. I think it is very easy to […][...]

October 7th, 2012 - 6:35 pm § in Misc.

The Prince vs. The Veep, Debate II

This weeks encounter is a lot more difficult to predict than debate #1.  Both of these are very smart men .. wonkish to the extreme.  Ryan has .. what Reagan said about his opponent … Ryan has the disadvantage of being young and inexperienced.  His spinner will try to weave expectations low[...]