Joe Biden responds to controversy over his comments about segregationists - Former Vice President Joe Biden responds to the controversy surrounding his comments that touted his experience when he worked with two segregationist Southern senators. While sitting down with Al Sharpton Biden says, "The context of this was totally different. ... You got to deal with what's in front of you, and what was in front of me was a bunch of racists and we had to defeat them."
He did the same for the Iraq War by giving his vote to the GOP despite strong indications - such as information from intelligence agencies that Trump ignores today... see the pattern? - the Iraq War was a setup (indicating Biden either lacks the ability to differentiate fact from fiction, like Obama or Sanders did, or sought political gain by helping the GOP kill people for oil with bullshit. In either case he would make a bad President).
Flashback: Rep. Bernie Sanders Opposes Iraq War
Just because Joe Biden was Vice President when Obama was President shouldn't be the only measure for electing him. But that's clearly what's going on. Taking credit for Obama's actions as President when his only role was to throw in a deciding vote in the Senate is ridiculous. This is not something the media should tout as accomplishments. We shouldn't be even comparing Biden to Trump, we should be looking for he most capable leader and that's clearly not Joe. Sanders is way better than Joe Biden on important issues where good intelligent decisions are required which will be an almost daily necessity as President (as the record shows). Joe Biden already has a pattern of caving to GOP demands, does anyone doubt that he will continue it? He's already taking money from maga rich anti-American GOP donors. Do you really thinking taking bribes to pass policies will stop under Joe Biden as President when it didn't under Obama or Trump?
VOX: Joe Biden is the Hillary Clinton of 2020Americans want outsiders, reformers, and fresh faces, not politicians with decades of baggage.
Why nominate another Iraq hawk? In 2008, Democrats responded to the evident unpopularity and failure of the 2003 war in Iraq in the sensible way — by nominating someone who'd spoken out against the war when he had a chance.