Possibly because of the Obama/Hollywood fete this week with Obama
yukking it up with George Clooney and the Beautiful People, I keep
getting this annoying image of Joe BidenJoe BidenTrump campaign CEO met with ex-Carter adviser Biden reveals .45 billion loan to Amtrak Trump was wrong: Kaine is a liberal in a moderate's clothing MORE in “Apocalypse Now” with Obama
as the Brando baldy Col. Kurtz, the god-king gone mad from self-idolatry
and ethereal abstraction, and Biden as his coked-up scurrying sidekick
(originally played by Dennis Hopper): “He (Obama/Brando/Kurtz) is not
like you and I,” says Hopper/Biden, wild-eyed and arms flailing. “He
reads poetry. Out loud!” T.S. Eliot, no doubt.
I cannot imagine how Obama, five points behind Mitt Romney in the current Rasmussen poll, thinks this is going to work for him. Does he really want to be president a second term or is president just resume filler and like Kurtz (and Clinton), he has greater plans ahead as a demigod?
Obama is, as Bill ClintonBill ClintonFoundation headaches mount for Clintons Lanny Davis: Don’t let Clinton Foundation become a casualty of politics Clinton aide Abedin cited security when not using email in Russia MORE is reported to have said in a new book (The Amateur by Edward Klein), such “an amateur” that Clinton pressed his wife to challenge him in the primaries. But Joe Biden is an incompetent. Bloomberg reports that he apologized to President Obama for upsetting the White House’s timetable for revealing the president’s support for same-sex marriage, according to an administration official. But this behavior, starting early on in Israel, has been characteristic of Biden.
President Obama seems today a vacuous fiction of Hollywood and the geist. But he has here the rare opportunity to shift gears on the incompetence front. He could take this opportunity to fire Joe Biden and replace him with someone serious, someone honorable, someone mature and competent and someone who could gather a few votes outside of the city limits of Los Angeles and Washington, D.C.. Both senators from Virginia come to mind, Jim Webb or Mark WarnerMark WarnerDem senator's daughter could face Congress over EpiPen price hike Judge rejects settlement in major Uber driver status case Fidelity denies lobbying for student loan tax break MORE. He might even prepare a future for the Democrats and trump the Republicans by going country with Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer or Montana Sen. Jon TesterJon TesterSenators weigh in on FCC's business internet reform plans Senate Dems push Obama for more Iran transparency Bayh jumps into Indiana Senate race MORE.