Former Vice President Joe Biden performed magnificently last night, and for all realistic purposes, is the Democratic Presidential nominee in 2020.
Joe has often been underestimated and trashed by many for his shortcomings, which all politicians and all of us have, but he is a battler, a fighter, and should not be dismissed as a serious challenger to Donald Trump, who fears him, and did not want him as his opponent in November.
The Obama coalition of 2008 and 2012 is being revived, and the outlook is bright, as long as the Sanders supporters stop being sore losers, and back Joe Biden.
Here we are, four days away from the conclusion of the Barack Obama Presidency, which is what motivated me to start this blog on August 11, 2008.
I felt compelled to start an historical record of the effects of Barack Obama on American history, and I believe the nearly 5,500 entries on this blog since August 2008, with the vast majority i some way related to developments under Obama, have, hopefully, added a great deal to the understanding of the past eight years of a Presidency I regard as one that will go down, ultimately, as being one of the top ten in all of American history.
I wish to thank the many contributors to this blog, who added a lot of their insight and knowledge and opinions to this blog in the past eight years.
But now, the goal is to hold Donald Trump’s feet to the fire, and continue to promote the progressive agenda, and I will continue to dedicate myself to this blog, and hope I will gain more followers, with the numbers having grown dramatically in the past eight years.
So let us celebrate Barack Obama, with a renewed dedication to his accomplishments and his vision for the future!