Why I’m Voting for Joe Biden in the Georgia Primary
I’m putting this post on both Myspace and Blogger because it’s just like any other post, but I have been neglecting Blogger for a while since school ended. It probably should be more than just my editorials.
So, today I have many things to do around the house to prepare for the birthday party I’m having on Saturday. I walk back into the house after edging the yard; I sit down at my computer and read my email. Then I look to Facebook to see if I have any more birthday blessings. What I found perplexing is that no less than three people all have about the same message: “Happy Birthday! Joe Biden?” Instead of writing messages separately on their walls saying, “Thanks! Trust me on this one,” I just decided to write out a blogpost. So I went downstairs, took a shower, ran some water to wash some clothes, got some iced coffee out of the refrigerator (a delicious summertime treat) and then opened up MSWord.
I really was quite indifferent about Biden. I knew little about his past except that people found him to be longwinded. Then the first debate ran on CNN. That evening I saw a man who was intent on educating the American people on the problems in this nation. He was sure to tell people about the mess in
The same thing happened in the second debate. Tavis Smiley made sure that everyone had equal time but
I feel a sincerity from him when he speaks. I feel like we’ll pull out of
But to sum up, I really like Biden’s domestic and foreign policy. I believe that with a good staff, he could look kinder to the general people when addressing the nation, but when it comes to the nitty gritty, I want an angry guy in office sometimes to get the major work done. I think Biden is what’s good for
And these are the things that I think about on my 21st birthday.