Patrick Buchanan: Biden’s Game Plan — Take No Risks & Run Out the Clock
When Vice President Calvin Coolidge ascended to the presidency on the death of Warren Harding in 1923, a wag remarked that Silent Cal’s career had exhibited unmistakable signs of celestial intervention.
Governor Coolidge vaulted to national attention during the Boston police strike of 1919, where, in a stinging letter to Sam Gompers of the AFL, he thundered: “There is no right to strike against the public safety by anybody, anywhere, any time.”
If Joe Biden becomes president, celestial intervention, once again, cannot be ruled out.
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WNU Editor: It is going to be hard to keep his campaign low key and tightly scripted. But they are going to try. As to the question …. will it succeed? In the normal situation the answer is no. But we are in the middle of a pandemic, and the old rules no longer apply. And because of that there is a possibility that this campaign strategy may succeed. But my money is still on President Trump winning re-election based on three issues. He has not put the US in a new war. People have more confidence in him rebuilding the economy. The opponent is weak and campaigning from his basement.