Opinion | The Kamala Removal Fantasy

So… it’s pretty clear that Joe Biden will announce that he’s running for re-election. What do you think he should do with Kamala Harris?

A) For God’s sake, keep her going.

B) Heaven for you.

C) Shouldn’t we talk about banks or something?

Hey, this discussion is brought to you purely because I don’t know enough about banking to write about it. How often do you find yourself chatting about the vice president when there’s a different subject?

The veep question appeared recently on a radio show in Boston, where Elizabeth Warren is request if she thinks Harris should stay on the ticket. “I really wanted to delay what made Biden feel comfortable on his team,” the Massachusetts senator said, with what could be described as a lack of enthusiasm.

Warren is said to have tried to phone Harris to apologize but was unsuccessful. But the answer to our original question is extremely simple: If Biden runs for re-election, Harris will be his companion. Imagine him starting his campaign for a second term by firing the first female vice president. Who is also the first vice president of Black or Asian descent.

Veep-Dump has come a long way. Thomas Jefferson turned on Aaron Burr – although denying someone who went on to shoot Alexander Hamilton is setting the bar pretty low.

The last time was the 1976 election, when Gerald Ford give up Nelson Rockefeller for Bob Dole. Miss? ARE NOT? Well, let’s try to guess why that happens:

A) Rockefeller was tired of breaking votes in the Senate.

B) Rockefeller was too liberal and rich.

C) Bob Dole is charismatic.

The answer is a free association of wealth. Even moderate voters seem to find it difficult to relate to someone with a billion dollars.

Today, critics point out that Biden, now 80 years old, would be the oldest president ever to run for re-election — and as a result, his campaign will be particularly scrutinized. Eight vice presidents succeeded to the presidency when their boss died. Some of them are gruesome assassination stories, doubly hurting voters who haven’t really thought of second place.

But four presidents are simply… dead. We will not discuss Zachary Taylor further, except to say that Joe Biden should not, under any circumstances, consume cherries and cold milk on a very hot summer day. Or the story of William Henry Harrison, who created huge error about drinking White House water from a swamp near a field containing human excrement. Warren Harding died of a heart attack at the age of 57 – possibly because he ran out of other things to do wrong with his administration. And FDR ran for a fourth term though an expert warned his doctor that he will never live through it.

Biden’s medical team says he’s in superhuman shape, which sounds reasonable. He doesn’t seem to have a bad habit – exercise all the time and His strongest drink is Gatorade. While there are varying estimates of his longevity, almost all of them should get him through to a second term. Once a group of medical professionals before the 2020 election, expected 96.8 years.

(The same group estimates Donald Trump will live to be nearly 89 – that could keep him in your life for another decade or so, people. I’m just letting you know.)

No matter how well Biden is doing, you have to seriously consider anyone looking to be No. 2 against a man in his 80s. With Harris, there’s definitely a downside. You’ll remember that she’s not a strong candidate for president when she runs for office in 2020, and her staff is messy.

Staff seems to have been a problem for Harrisand when we think about a potential CEO of the most powerful country in the world, the phrase “doesn’t run the business very well” is a serious problem.

Her tenure under Biden didn’t start well, though to be fair, Biden didn’t really give her the easiest portfolio. The biggest task is to solve the migrant crisis on the Mexican border.

“Don’t come,” she helpful suggestion for our southern neighbours.

Time for the positive side. As vice president in a narrowly divided Senate, Harris spent a lot of time tearing up equal votes. Before we wrap up 2024, it’s pretty certain that she’ll be the record-breaker – and who wouldn’t want to go down in history for breaking more deadlocks than John C. Calhoun?

I have to admit, I was a member of the change-for-KH club. But I have begun to grasp reality. It won’t happen. Meanwhile, her performance has definitely improved – she’s done an important thing recent speech in Munich on the Russian-Ukrainian situation. And she’s a passionate voice for the government on abortion rights.

And let’s admit we’re talking here about whether, if we lose Joe Biden in his second term, Kamala Harris will perform better as president than Donald Trump, for example. . Suddenly, all of our questions were washed away.

It’s not fair to say Cocaine Bear would be a better president than Donald Trump.


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