Sounds exactly like Joe*."The Girl Everyone Hates": Kamala Has No Supporters
Republicans hate Kamala, but so do leftists. She came out of the San Francisco socialite circuit, hooked up with Willie Brown, and then made the leap to the Senate. Her background as a prosecutor is at odds with an era when leftists hate anything to do with the criminal justice system and her activist credentials are non-existent.
Black people don't have Kamala's back. Nor does the Left. Nor does the Biden administration. Two out of the three are undermining her.
Biden wants to keep her down so she's not a threat if he manages to run for another term. And there's a host of Democrat rivals waiting to bump her off before she can run for the top job.
Aside from a manufactured Twitter fan base, Kamala is all alone. And while some politicians might persevere in the face of all that, Kamala is too weak and untested. Dick Cheney could dig into the number two job, no matter how much he was hated. Biden disregarded how much of a joke he was and persisted until he ended up in the White House. There are plenty of other examples from Truman to Nixon of unloved second bananas who were unfit for the job, persisting in the position they lucked into, until they got the brass ring.
But Kamala doesn't know how to endure. She's used to getting people to like her, and she turns surly and confused when they don't.
In a statement, the two-term Democratic president said he and former First Lady Michelle Obama “couldn’t be more thrilled” about Kamala Harris being named as Biden’s running mate.
President Obama added that he thinks Biden “nailed this” decision.
“By choosing Senator Kamala Harris as America’s next vice president, he’s underscored his own judgment and character,” Obama, 59, said. “Reality shows us that these attributes are not optional in a president. They’re requirements of the job. And now Joe has an ideal partner to help him tackle the very real challenges America faces right now and in the years ahead.”
Vice President Kamala Harris was criticized Saturday for suggesting that rural Americans wouldn’t be able to comply with new voter-ID laws because they lack photocopying equipment.
Harris was asked on BET-TV about whether she believes there is room for compromise with Republicans on measures requiring voters to include a copy of identification with their ballots.
“I don’t think that we should underestimate what that could mean, because, in some people’s mind, that means, well, you’re going to have to Xerox or photocopy your ID to send it in to prove that you are who you are,” the Democrat told host Soledad O’Brien in an interview aired Friday night.
“There are a whole lot of people, especially people who live in rural communities, who don’t — there’s no Kinko’s, there’s no Office Max near them,” Harris continued.
No CVS, Walgreens, corner store? No one with a frikin' cell phone? Does she believe that just because you live rural means you're a complete bumpkin wearing coveralls with no shirt and barefeet cooking over a campfire with a still in the background?“There are a whole lot of people, especially people who live in rural communities, who don’t — there’s no Kinko’s, there’s no Office Max near them,” Harris continued.
Don't forget the outhouse!No CVS, Walgreens, corner store? No one with a frikin' cell phone? Does she believe that just because you live rural means you're a complete bumpkin wearing coveralls with no shirt and barefeet cooking over a campfire with a still in the background?