there's no obvious reason for me why I think I shouldn't run for President in 2016."
Which suggests that he's suffering from an even greater degree of thought impairment than previously thought.
Among the "obvious reasons" he shouldn't run: he hasn't been right on a foreign policy decision in decades, he believes that the 2nd Amendment requires people to shoot shotgun blasts into the air when they think there's a prowler in the house, he declared that Wall Street wants to put black Americans "back in chains," and he can't speak for 30 seconds without committing a major gaffe.
As further proof that Mr. Biden's brain has turned to watery tapioca, we share this unedited statement in which he presents his seemingly random thoughts about running: "I think the future for this country, I know people think I'm too
optimistic, but it is incredible. There's so much just
within our grasp. Doesn't mean I'm the only guy that can do it, but if
no one else, I think, can, and I think I can, then I'd run. If I don't, I
Seriously, we've seen more cohesive sentences created at random on a Scrabble board.
But perhaps the ultimate proof that Uncle Joe is missing an "obvious reason" not to run is that he didn't mention the possibility of ending up at the end of the long, long list of people who have died mysteriously after getting between the Clintons and their political goals.
For this reason, Hope n' Change sincerely hopes that Mr. Biden will reconsider his political ambitions after discussing them with someone who can give him good advice. For starters, he can try contacting Vince Foster with a Ouija board.