OK I'll take that challenge.blackg wrote: ↑2 weeks agoI challenge anyone reeling from a blitzkrieg campaign around the United States to remembe exactly what state they are in on a day-to-day basis.
Heck, sometimes these candidates are in two states on the very same day!
Ohio then Kentucky, for example. Crossing the Ohio River from Cincinnati south into Covington, Kentucky.
Two cities and two states in one day. I'd like to see @Rudiger do this and keep his wits about him.
These things are hectic and as Joe would say "give me a break."
...so now what do we do? Great point as always cuckg.
I'd feel completely comfortable with such a thing for different reasons, especially if I had years under my belt as a career politician, but even if we take me out of the equation, why did 19 other nominees this year do similar campaigns without such consistent gaffes? Why does that happen every election season?
And it's not that the likes of Elizabeth Warren or Eric Swalwell are the most impeccable and engaging public speakers, but Biden was the king of gaffes in a field packed with morons. Being able to remember what state you're in is probably the most basic of things for people who do public speaking multiple times on a daily basis.
It's awful what the Dems are doing, propping this guy up for a downfall, you're part of it in your own way. Look, fat, you are personally responsible for single handedly causing Biden to drop dead soon.
Gimme a break, let's take this outside.