THERE’S LOTS of loco in American politics, primarily on the left-hand side.
For instance, the Democrat Party is chockablock with people who dis “old white men” as being the source of all problems.
And yet, who are the current front-runners for next year’s Democrat nomination for president? One assumes the polls are based on questions put to Democrat voters.
Bingo! Two old white men! Joe Biden is 76 and would turn 78 just weeks past next year’s presidential election and would turn 82 in his hypothetical, first presidential term.
It’s even worse for Bernie Sanders, a year older than Joe. Ole Bern would turn 83, if he’s still breathing, in his hypothetical first presidential term. Sitting presidents who seek re-election win more often than lose, so both would be pushing 90 at the end of their second terms.
So these guys are certainly old — really old — and definitely white.
Don’t Democrats pay attention to what’s coming out of their mouths?
You just gotta chuckle at them. I sure do.
I have nothing against white men, old or young. Here’s who will get my support for president after Trump completes his second term. The one-eyed Dan Crenshaw. He’s got quite a political future ahead of him.
He likely should wait till 2028, however, because presidents who complete two full terms are almost always followed by a president of the opposing party.
Trump will be president for eight years, of course.
Alas, I probably will be either in the ground or hopelessly senile in 2028, but I wish Crenshaw well.