We can think of an obvious reason: He has no chance in hell.
Vice President Joe Biden said Friday he couldn’t think of a good reason he should not run for president and will likely make a decision in the summer of 2015.
“I can’t,” Biden told CNN’s Kate Bolduan. “There may be reasons I don’t run. But there is no obvious reason, for me, why I think I should not run.”
To a question about his timeline for a decision, he said: “Probably, realistically a year this summer.”
Doesn’t he realize The Pantsuit has already anointed herself? Silly guy.
Biden said the decision would be based on whether he is the best person qualified to focus on two issues he cares about: helping the middle class and creating a foreign policy where “we not only are known for the power of our military but the power of our example.”
Under the “leadership” of Obama and Biden the middle class is in shambles and our foreign policy is … well, nobody really knows what it is. Maybe he can run on “Hey, we let Iran get the bomb” or something.
“There is so much that is just within our grasp,” he said. “It doesn’t mean I am the only guy who can do it. But if no one else, I think, can and I think I can, then I’d run. If I don’t, I won’t.”
Sounds like as good a reason as any. He goes on to note how massively unpopular Obama is, which really should invigorate the electorate.
“Some places, the president is considerably more popular than I am, but there are some places where I can go in and the president can’t,” he said. “There are some places where it makes no sense for me to go in and the president to go in.”
Do these morons even consider why they’re so unpopular?