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Should Biden Run in 2024? Democratic Whispers of ‘No’ Start to Rise.
By HatetheSwamp
June 12, 2022 5:02 am
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Most top elected Democrats were reluctant to speak on the record about Mr. Biden’s future, and no one interviewed expressed any ill will toward Mr. Biden, to whom they are universally grateful for ousting Mr. Trump from office.

As the challenges facing the nation mount and fatigued base voters show low enthusiasm, Democrats in union meetings, the back rooms of Capitol Hill and party gatherings from coast to coast are quietly worrying about Mr. Biden’s leadership, his age and his capability to take the fight to former President Donald J. Trump a second time.

“To say our country was on the right track would flagrantly depart from reality,” said Steve Simeonidis, a Democratic National Committee member from Miami. Mr. Biden, he said, “should announce his intent not to seek re-election in ’24 right after the midterms.”

Democrats’ concerns come as the opening hearing of the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol made clear the stakes of a 2024 presidential election in which Mr. Trump, whose lies fueled a riot that disrupted the peaceful transfer of power, may well seek to return to the White House.

For Mr. Biden and his party, the hearings’ vivid reminder of the Trump-inspired mob violence represents perhaps the last, best chance before the midterms to break through with persuadable swing voters who have been more focused on inflation and gas prices. If the party cannot, it may miss its final opportunity to hold Mr. Trump accountable as Mr. Biden faces a tumultuous two years of a Republican-led House obstructing and investigating him.

Most top elected Democrats were reluctant to speak on the record about Mr. Biden’s future, and no one interviewed expressed any ill will toward Mr. Biden, to whom they are universally grateful for ousting Mr. Trump from office.

But the repeated failures of his administration to pass big-ticket legislation on signature Democratic issues, as well as his halting efforts to use the bully pulpit of the White House to move public opinion, have left the president with sagging approval ratings and a party that, as much as anything, seems to feel sorry for him.

That has left Democratic leaders struggling to explain away a series of calamities for the party that all seem beyond Mr. Biden’s control: inflation rates unseen in four decades, surging gas prices, a lingering pandemic, a spate of mass shootings, a Supreme Court poised to end the federal right to an abortion, and key congressional Democrats’ refusal to muscle through the president’s Build Back Better agenda or an expansion of voting rights.

...They have watched as a commander in chief who built a reputation for gaffes has repeatedly rattled global diplomacy with unexpected remarks that were later walked back by his White House staff, and as he has sat for fewer interviews than any of his recent predecessors.


(Note: Curt has yet to notice a single gaffe.)

Just think. Less than two years ago, the Former Truck Driver set a record by a looooooooong shot, receiving 81 million ballots. [wink wink]

Bahahahahahahahahahaha, ahhhhhhhhhhh.

NOT!

Bahahahahahahahahahaha.


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Comments on "Should Biden Run in 2024? Democratic Whispers of ‘No’ Start to Rise.":

  1. by Curt_Anderson on June 12, 2022 9:54 am
    I prefer that Biden not run. He was about my fifth choice of candidates in the 2016 primaries. So it's not exactly a surprising sentiment. Given his age it's perfectly understandable and acceptable that he retire.


  2. by HatetheSwamp on June 12, 2022 10:03 am

    In my opinion, even Joe knows he's not up to governing to age 86 but to declare himself a lame duck before the midterms would be foolish.


  3. by Donna on June 12, 2022 10:11 am
    I agree with Curt. In fact I've posted several comments on this forum stating my view that Biden should either not seek another term or be challenged.

    For electability, I think someone like Beto O'Rourke would have the best shot at winning.


  4. by Curt_Anderson on June 12, 2022 10:21 am
    Of course, Beto has a gubernatorial election to win first. If he loses, he's labeled a weak candidate. If he wins, it's not quite cricket that he campaign for another office just after starting a new job as governor.

    I like governors as presidential candidates. Maybe Gavin Newsom or Phil Murphy of New Jersey. "Among all New Jersey adults in the latest poll, Murphy had a job approval of 55%, while 35% said they disapproved. That approval ticked up to 57% among registered voters."
    northjersey.com


  5. by Donna on June 12, 2022 10:39 am
    I'm curious what word you meant to type for "cricket".

    I meant more a Beto type - young, energetic and charismatic - you know, the opposite of Joe Biden.



  6. by Donna on June 12, 2022 10:42 am
    Okay, I see now that you employed an obscure definition of "cricket".


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