Joe Biden Celebrates a First for Any President in History…and It’s Not a Good Thing
If you ask most people, they would say that Joe Biden is too old to be president. Personally, I think that there should be an age limit on member of Congress and presidents. I mean just think about how many 80+ year olds you know that are tuned into the current times and have it all together upstairs.
Most of the ones I know shouldn’t be driving a car let alone running a country.
In recent months, Joe Biden has sought to reassure voters that his age is not a liability. He’s even gone so far as to say that he feels 50. But with his 80th birthday fast approaching, and with rumors swirling that he may make another bid for the White House in 2024, it’s worth taking a closer look at whether or not the president is too old for the job.
There are a number of reasons why Joe Biden’s age is a problem. First and foremost, there’s the issue of stamina. It’s no secret that the presidency is a demanding job, and it takes a lot of energy to keep up with the demands of the office. As we’ve seen with presidents in the past, age can take a toll on a person’s energy levels. This can lead to a decline in mental and physical stamina, which can in turn lead to errors in judgment and an inability to effectively perform the duties of the presidency.
Another issue related to Biden’s age is his cognitive function. As we get older, our cognitive function tends to decline. This can impact our memory, our ability to process information, and our decision-making skills. All of these are critical components of the presidency, and there’s no room for error when it comes to these things.
If Biden is experiencing any decline in his cognitive function, it could have serious implications for his ability to do his job effectively. In fact, it appears that his cognitive decline has already affected his work performance as well as his sanity.
As voters consider whether or not to support Biden for another term in 2024, his age is likely to be one of the factors they take into account. Well, it should be anyway. You would have thought so the first time as well.