Polls And Joe Biden Speech Attacking Donald Trump Bring Biden Closer To Presidential Candidacy

The watch and wait for Vice President Joe Biden to run for President continues, but has been encouraged by new polls and a Biden speech denouncing Donald Trump on immigration.

A new poll shows Joe Biden to be the most trustworthy candidate on either side of the campaign, a total of 81 percent seeing him as honest and truthful, an amazing number for any politician, particularly in a time of distrust of politicians rising to an all time high.  Biden’s authentic, genuine character is a major plus, and he is closest of any modern politician to a “regular guy”.

Another poll shows that 57 percent of Democrats want him to run, as the image of Hillary Clinton continues to decline, with disillusionment setting in, even among Democratic women who thought they would have the first woman President, but for now at least, souring on her.

And Joe Biden went on the attack yesterday in a vigorous manner against the nativist stand of Donald Trump, and indirectly, other Republican Presidential candidates, in a speech before an Hispanic group.  He seemed to have the “fire in his belly”, as Joe is inspired when he speaks.

Joe Biden is still sorting through the stages of mourning the death of a loved one, particularly one’s children dying before him.

Joe is sure to hear Beau Biden’s voice telling him he should run, and it now seems highly likely that he will decide to run on his own time table.

And when he does, if he enters the race, the effect will be magnetic, and will make the Presidential race so much better and more interesting, even in a year where there has been so much attention paid to Donald Trump, as Biden is the perfect candidate to attack and destroy the Trump message.

There is no better campaigner than Joe Biden, no more effective orator or debater than Joe Biden.

Joe Biden will remind us of “Give Them Hell” Harry Truman at his best, and Franklin D. Roosevelt attacking the power elite of Wall Street!

His oratory will soar like that of John F. Kennedy, and his charisma will match, if not surpass that of Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton.

As a sitting Vice President, Joe Biden would enter the race in a totally different situation than in 1988 or 2008, and remember Ronald Reagan ran three times, losing the first two times, but then triumphing in the right time frame on his third try.

So the hope is once again to Joe Biden: Run, Joe, Run!

11 comments on “Polls And Joe Biden Speech Attacking Donald Trump Bring Biden Closer To Presidential Candidacy

  1. Southern Liberal September 16, 2015 3:47 pm

    We need to ensure that we give a Democratic president a Democratic congress, otherwise gridlock will continue.

  2. Ariel Leis September 16, 2015 4:58 pm

    “His oratory will soar like that of John F. Kennedy, and his charisma will match, if not surpass that of Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton.” With all due respect, don’t you think you went just a little bit overboard here? LOL!

  3. Ariel Leis September 16, 2015 5:00 pm

    The Democrat Party is desperate. They need Biden to run if they want to have a chance. There is no way that blue collar democrats aka “Reagan Democrats” in the “Rustbelt” will ever vote for Hillary or a 70 yr. old socialist.

  4. Ronald September 16, 2015 5:23 pm

    Ariel, I do NOT think I have gone overboard on Joe Biden, LOL

    I really mean it!

    As far as Bernie Sanders is concerned, he would be 75 when inaugurated, while Joe Biden would be 74, and Hillary 69, and Trump past 70 and a half so we are likely to have an older President than we have ever had.

  5. Ronald September 16, 2015 5:25 pm

    Southern Liberal, you are right about the need for a Democratic Congress with a Democratic President, but no guarantee that will occur!

  6. Ariel Leis September 16, 2015 5:38 pm

    Actually with Sanders I was referencing not so much to his age but more to his socialist ideology. I just don’t see blue collar Democrats , mine workers etc voting for him. For Biden, yes, but not for Sanders.

  7. Southern Liberal September 16, 2015 7:48 pm

    The media is completely focused on Hillary and Bernie but there are other candidates running and who will be in the debate in October: Martin O’Malley, Jim Webb, and Lincoln Chafee.

    Keep in mind that the election is about a year away and the primaries are months away. Things can change between now and then.

  8. Ronald September 16, 2015 9:19 pm

    It amazes me how Martin O’Malley has failed to ignite at all, as he is an outstanding younger candidate.

    I will write on this soon, which is hard to understand, Southern Liberal!

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