By Andy Weddington
Wednesday, 26 February 2020
What do you regard as most humane? To spare someone shame. Friedrich Nietzsche
In South Carolina a day or so prior to last evening's Democrat Party Presidential debate Joe Biden, addressing a crowd, declared he was a candidate for the United States Senate.
He invited the folks to look him over.
Does he know he's a candidate for President?
During the debate he confused North Korea and China.
Too, and best, he forcefully stated that since 2007 one hundred and fifty million people in America have been killed by firearms.
That death by firearm math works out to 31,600+ deaths per day, every day, for the past 13 years. [The actual total figure is about 450,000 deaths or an average of 94 per day.]
No one, moderator nor opponent, called him on it.
Not even Buttigieg, the sole veteran in the pack of silly seven, called Biden out on his fudged number.
What else did Candidate Biden flub?
As Vice President Dan Quayle stated correctly but botching, "When you take the United Negro College Fund model that, what a waste it is to lose one's mind, or not to have a mind is being very wasteful, how true that is." (The Fund's slogan: "A mind is a terrible thing to waste.")
If Joe Biden was critter not man 'The Incredible Dr. Pol' would likely advise he be put down; humanely.
Wasn't there once consideration of an Obamacare committee (AKA: Death Panel) for making such decisions?
There's no call of analysis.
Joe is terrible.
He seems to have lost his mind.
And he's wasting a nation's time.
Friends don't let friends drive drunk.
Family does not let family make a fool of themself.
When's the intervention, family Biden?
No need to put Joe down. Just take him out; with dignity.
Though for mere comedy it'll be sad to see him go.
Last night's takeaway: Be informed. Vote responsibly.