Barack Obama is President Again?
For several months I’ve been saying that the Democrat’s best chance for defeating Donald Trump in November is not the senile Joe Biden but his not yet announced but very charismatic running mate to be, Barack Obama. It’s been obvious the Democrat’s plan must be to sneak someone in late in the election cycle, and who would half of America want to see replace Trump more than Obama? Before I repeat what I wrote in April (below) let’s consider Biden’s own words just yesterday:
CBS News headlines said: Biden wants “strong” vice president who is “ready to be president on day one.”
The longer quote: “It’s really important that whomever you pick as a vice president agrees with you in terms of your philosophy of government and agrees with you on the systemic things that you wanna change,” Biden told O’Donnell. “And is, in fact, going to be able to be someone who is not at all intimidated by the president, not at all intimidated walkin’ in the White House. And is going to be prepared to give their unvarnished opinion and be able to privately argue with the president if they disagree. I want someone strong. I want someone strong, and someone who can — who is ready to be president on day one.” [I wonder who matches that description…]
But this theory doesn’t depend on yesterday’s description of Joe’s future running mate. Obama is clearly the most liked and most electable democratic possibility. There are fantasy books about this duo.
There are comic books about the pair:
The messianic return of their savior Barack Obama
is the liberals’ (and globalists’) wet dream.