The country — not to mention the president — could use a reset.We’re not getting one. Instead, on January 19, we got Biden’s combative, discursive, and delusional mess of a one-hour-and-51-minute press conference. Among the reasons the occasion was notable — and notorious — was that it forced the White House to clarify later Biden’s comments on not one but two issues: Biden’s ambiguity over America’s response if Russia launches a “minor incursion” into Ukraine, and Biden’s repeated assertion that the Senate’s failure to pass his election-takeover bills throws the legitimacy of the midterm elections into doubt. To watch Biden at the lectern was to experience shock and dismay interspersed with moments of alarm and dark humor. No wonder he hides from the media.
What's worse, in my opinion, is that when asked what he might do differently, President Mushhead said he's going to get out of Washington and speak directly to the American people. No course correction, no policy changes, no shuffling of his senior staff; all Joey needs is a road trip.
Why must we suffer?