Since Biden has had two aneurysms in his brain, is that any cause for alarm in the Democratic voters confidence?
So far, his brain seems to be working just fine, producing a steady, regular stream of verbal blunders and gaffes as it’s done for the majority of his career. (Years ago, Biden jokingly blamed his first aneurysm for his frequent foot-in-mouthing: “It could’ve saved us all a lot of trouble [had I known], you know what I mean?”) But given the occasional mental hiccup during the debates, and ongoing, specious attacks from his more dotardly counterpart, Donald Trump, pundits cannot help but offer armchair diagnoses. “I would look at his résumé for maybe 30 seconds and reach one obvious conclusion: remarkable qualifications, too old,” Kurtis Meyer, the Democratic chairman of Mitchell County, Iowa, delicately suggested to the Times earlier this month. “He’s pressing against Father Time, who is a very tough competitor.”
No cause for alarm? Or are Democratic voters concerned that Biden is not able to conduct affairs of the nation if he is elected president of the United States due to brain damage?