Joe Biden is the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, there’s only one other contender still standing, Sen. Bernie Sanders. But the stubborn socialist is more likely to die of a heart attack or to be incapacitated by a stroke in the next few months that he is to overtake Biden’s insurmountable delegate lead.
The only debate is over who Biden will pick as his running mate – and what criteria he should employ to make that most crucial decision.
Biden has pledged to choose a woman, but what else is he looking for in a running mate?
Biden may be tempted to choose Sen. Elizabeth Warren to entice progressives to join his moderate presidential campaign, but that would be a huge mistake. Biden, 77, has one foot on a gaffe and the other foot on the grave, and the last thing he should do is pick a fellow septuagenarian. Besides the only demographic that Warren will add is faux Native Americans and they compromise less than .00001 percent of the electorate.
Biden would be well-advised to pick a younger woman as his vice-presidential nominee, but not too young lest the notoriously handsy old pervert be unable to keep from groping her.
Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto is a dark horse and selecting a Latina would inject his campaign with energy and excitement, but she’s not a national name and barely known outside of Nevada.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar is often mentioned as a likely nominee, but she’s too moderate, too bland and too weird (using a comb instead of a fork to eat salads) and she will add nothing to the ticket besides her vagina.
Former Georgia House Minority Leader Stacey Abrams name is reportedly in the mix, she’s female and black, but unfortunately, she’s too inexperienced. Her time will come, but it won’t be in 2020.
Sen. Kamala Harris presidential campaign withered on the vine fairly quickly, but at 55 she’s the right age and she’s the right color. In South Carolina African Americans resurrected Biden’s presidential campaign, and he would be wise to shown his appreciation by choosing a black woman as his running mate.
It usually doesn’t matter whom a presidential candidate chooses as his running mate, but not this time. If Biden doesn’t die in office, he might become too mental unfit (senile) and it’s imperative that he chooses a woman with gravitas, experience and wisdom.