Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden speaks at a campaign event Friday, Sept. 27, 2019, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/John Locher)
Ready for President Joe?
Better yet, how about VP Michelle?
If so, Biden’s taking care of business.
At least, he wants to.
He’s got plans for the former First Family in general.
On Tuesday at a campaign event in Muscatine, Iowa, an audience member queried as to whether Joe might put “Obama” on the Supreme Court.
Take a guess:
“Yeah, I would.”
Feel that? That’s called elation.
But you might wanna settle down:
“[I] don’t think he’d do it.”
“He’d be a great Supreme Court justice.”
Man: "Would you consider appointing Obama for the Supreme Court?"
Joe Biden: "Yeah, I would, but I don’t think he’d do it. He'd be a great Supreme Court Justice."
Man: "Second question is – which Obama?"
Joe Biden: "I sure would like Michelle to be the Vice President." pic.twitter.com/4OYIsEcNQn
— The Hill (@thehill) January 28, 2020
The voter posed a a follow-up:
“Second question is, ‘Which Obama?'”
Wouldn’t the use of “he” have been a solid indication?
Joe’s got particularly high hopes for Mrs. O:
“Well. I sure would like Michelle to be the vice president.”
You heard him, folks.
He sure would.
Or would he? In September of last year, Stephen Colbert asked Biden if he ever went to Michelle for advice.
He responded, “Only to be my vice president.”
But then he followed with a real downer:
“I’m only joking. Michelle, I’m joking.”
Has he changed his mind?
Unfortunately, as reported by The Hill, Michelle’s repeatedly said she has no interest in running for office.
Well, it’s still anyone’s game. Michelle would really help Joe out.
I’m still waiting for Hillary to crash the party.
It’s a good chance. At the next Dem debate, don’t be shocked if she swings onto the stage from a vine.
Heck, same goes for Trump’s next inauguration.
In the meantime, do you think a Joe/Michelle ticket could take the Oval Office? A lot of Democrats love Michelle, and the media would need shovelers behind them during every moment of coverage.
In terms of personnel involved, I hope some surprises are indeed in store.
There’s still time for great fun.
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