This week The Washington Post ran an opinion piece by Jonathan Capehart. The feature considered his four top choices of presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, Joe Biden, for his running mate in the upcoming election. Having served as vice-president to President Barack Obama, Biden understands the importance of this position out on the campaign trail and inside the White House.
Candidate Biden has already stated that his choice will be female to balance the ticket. Just a few days ago, Amy Klobuchar one of the leading contenders, bowed out and urged Biden to pick a woman of color as his running mate. “I think this is the moment to put a woman of color on the ticket.” she announced on MSNBC’s Last Word with Laurence O’Donald, “If you want to heal this nation right now — my party, yes, but our nation.” — this is sure a hell of a way to do it.”
The announcement of a presidential running mate will very likely be announced at the Democratic convention this August. Biden views himself as a transition president. and If elected he would be the oldest sitting president in U.S. history. He needs to choose a partner who can slide into the presidency in case of his untimely demise or run for the office in the following election on their own in .
Capeheart’s picks include Georgia House of Representative,Stacey Abrams; U.S. Representative, Val Demmings; California Senator, Kamala Harris; and a previous U.S. National Security Advisor,Susan Rice. Others suggestions are Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, New Mexico Gov. and Michelle Lujan Grisham. All of these women are competent . It’s their dynamic with Biden that is at issue.
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Michelle Lujan Grisham
The two prospective candidates born on Sunday may be too strong to partner with Biden. They would have to hold back as vice president, but they could be powerful presidential candidates later on. The three born on Mars-ruled Tuesday are ready to work energetically with Biden’s Mars ruled Scorpio. The two gals born in the zodiac sign of Libra could bring a sense of balance to a relationship with Biden. Both could smooth off the rough edges of Biden’s temperament. That’s our outlook!
Kamala Harris is Jonathan Capehart’s pick for Vice-president and Dayology agrees! Capehart made his decision based upon various political considerations. We weighed the astrological strengths of all the candidates and then narrowed them down by their compatibility. The signature of Kamala Harris is #31 TUE LIB. It dove tails with the signature of Joe Biden’s signature is #68 FRI SCO. Her energy pattern is MAR/VENUS and his is VENUS/MARS. This complementary pattern is very rare but extremely compatible. Coming With very different life experiences, they profit greatly from each other’s perspective,
Despite the heated encounter in the 6/27/2019 televised debate, Biden and Harris appear to have respect and, even affection, for one-another. Now that it’s clear that Harris is her own person, we can expect her to speak up if it appears necessary. Biden has discovered, that like most of us, he has a lot to learn regarding the ways that social change will be unfolding in these changing times.