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    Default Re: voting for a vice-president

    Quote Originally Posted by TonyF View Post
    This may well be the first presidential election when votes will be cast for a vice-president rather than a president. If Joe Biden wins the election, I predict he will not serve out his first term. He will be forced to resign because of health issues. Not a year after my mother survived pancreatic cancer we started to see her mental faculties decline. She was eventually diagnosed with dementia. I observed firsthand the cognitive decline such that she would lose her train of thought in the middle of a sentence, or pause for lack of finding the right word with which to complete an expressed thought. I've seen the exact same thing in Mr. Biden in countless videos. No one can convince me otherwise that he is not suffering a similar fate.

    I feel sorry for him and his family because it is a terrible thing to witness and experience a loved one in that condition. I also think the democratic establishment should be ashamed for compelling him to run as I feel strongly it borders on elder abuse given his current mental state.

    This is not an endorsement of President Trump. It is rather a realization of the stark reality that the nation is so ideologically divided that some would consider a electing a candidate who in his present mental state, is very likely not fit to serve.

    Sigh.
    I completely agree.

    I think BOTH candidates are showing signs of mental decline, though Biden moreso.

    I think EITHER candidate could be removed from office (or die) shortly after the election.

    It's all about the veep.

    I'll take Pence over Kamala (or any of the other likely Dem VP choices) any day.
    "Those who would give up essential Liberty to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety" - Ben Franklin.

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    Dopey Joe was a dope before he came down with dementia.
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    Default Re: voting for a vice-president

    One word.

    Karma.

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    This isn't the first election where people voted in hopes of the president croaking.

    There were a lot of people who voted for McCain in hopes he would get a stroke.
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    Democrats know that Biden is controllable and would be their Puppet ! Trump will be re-elected even the Dems know a bad choice Biden would be when they see one !

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    I completely disagree.

    He won*t be forced to resign. It*s been the plan all along.

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    I just hope we can hold on to the Senate.
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