Where does Joe Biden rank in the list presidents from best to worst? He’s not at the bottom of the list with the likes of Richard Nixon, Donald Trump and Andrew Jackson, and he’s not at the top with heroes like Abraham Lincoln, George Washington and John F. Kennedy.
Biden doesn’t have the eloquence of Barack Obama, the wit of John F. Kennedy, the charisma of Ronald Reagan, the courage of Abraham Lincoln or the mastery of the Senate of Lyndon Johnson.
What Biden does possess is a penchant for plagiarism, a well-documented predilection for fondling young girls and a stubborn streak a mile wide. Biden’s liabilities, especially his declining cognition skills, rank him just above the aforementioned losers at the bottom of the list.
If Biden had any self-awareness, he would realize that he became president only because his opponent was the reprehensible, execrable and demented Donald Trump. He would acknowledge that time takes its toll on all of us, and his mental acuity has diminished to the point where he isn’t qualified to be the president of the Bingo Club at a nursing home.
Biden is the embodiment of the Peter Principle, and he might have ranked in the middle of the list had he been elected president a couple of decades ago when he was still mentally competent.