Biden Breaks Out The Vapid Platitude Ads

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  1. If theres three things i would say joe biden doesnt have a single ounce of in him they would be kindness humility and empathy. Those are the qualities hes shorter on than all others! Hilarious!

  2. The Biden campaign really are trying their darndest to be white Obama 2.0, only with none of the charisma or oratorical prowess. "Kindness and Humility" is just the 2020 version of "Hope and change." We sure hoped things would change but nothing really did. You'll get less with Biden.

  3. It's even more sinister than just masturbatory self praise, the intent seems to be to appropriate those values as inherently unique to Biden/Neoliberals and then lambaste any opposition as an attack on "goodness" to try and manipulate/shame progressives & independents into compliance.
    "But Joe is the kindness justice empathy candidate, surely you aren't against those things……riiiiiight?"

  4. Biden has your back.. He's the one behind you sniffing your hair and groping your body making you feel uncomfortable . Uncle Joe, please step away from the children.

  5. That ad literally made me sick to my stomach. The going “back” to a time of tradition and “who we are” sounds like fascist propaganda. Reminds me of MAGA.

  6. kyle, I already told you that you're wrong on the covid-ad. don't repeat your wrong analysis, because that was a good ad. the covid-ad says:trumptrumptrumptrumptrump. trump dragged his feet. trump fired the experts, there's shortage on equipment, the US didn't have eyes on the ground. it's so much policy in that ad. People will focus on that. and it's really hard to read that as an attack that comes from the right. it's all about policy. even worse is that you take ad's where the focus is clearly policy-based, and interpret it in your own special wrong way. pretty bad analysis to take a policy-based ad and to hint at people that Biden don't focus on policy. when it comes to the debates, joe has to be all policy-focused, but as long as he leads with double the margin of error…unity ads equals: keeping the the lead/slight increase. unless the polls change, he doesn't have to do much until the debates start.  and don't forget, he's going to forgive student loan debt for low Income and middle class-families.he's no Hillary Clinton in the sense that, he knows he has to swing hard at trump with policy. why are you commenting like you know joe's strategy. you don't.

  7. Wasn’t Biden the VP when the Democrats lost their majority in the House and then lost the White House to Trump? Wouldn’t you bet good money he’d be one of the last people on Earth that could win that power back? And why are they using the ‘“better than Trump” pitch again? It’s clearly not a winning strategy, specially when the contender is not only a creature of the swamp but also one that has a lot of the same baggage, like:
    – multiple sexual assault allegations
    – a history of lying
    – a history of nepotism
    – declining mental faculties
    – a penchant for war
    – clearly being out of touch
    – no empathy for the poor

    He’s even worse than Trump in some aspects like pushing terrible trade deals and having a lifelong history of voting for legislation that worked against the interests of the American people ?‍♂️

  8. WORST Political Ad ever. Spot on analysis of Biden, in general. I want Bernie!!! I guess I'll hold my nose when I vote against Trump. Pre-Trump status quo here we come.
    And I'm a suburbanite boomer; voted for BERNIE in 2016 & 2018 primaries. We are not all the same.

  9. The ad basically is talking down to the american voters expecting them not to see trough all the cliches in the ad and the sad thing is that the advertisers probably are right, no offense…

    3rd party is the only way in stead of keep talking about reforming a corrupt and bought party which obv. is an impossible task.

  10. Tbh I can’t name one person I know that is voting for Biden most are trump supporters and the few leftist I know wanted Bernie and now he’s dropped out they ain’t gonna vote

  11. I just went to to look at the "Vision" section. It has 11 rows of 3 blocks each. The Healthcare block wasn't at the top. In fact, it was on 8th row. First of all, 33 vision blocks are way to many for anyone to read and comprehend. Second, why is healthcare so far down his list? I think we know. He is not Hillary 2.0. His messaging is far worse and hers was really bad.

  12. We will show them…. Oh will we show them… we will not support a cheating party. Joe biden is no more the movement then D. trump. Stop insulting us biden.

  13. Joe Biden tries so hard to resonate with young people by having them in his commercial even though as a black person, being best friends with Storm Thurmond and James Eastland, two vicious segregationists…does not invoke any of my millennial confidence in him. Obama made Biden. We wouldn’t be discussing this old sack of shit if Obama didn’t pick him as a running mate. That’s factz

  14. I've really become convinced that the DNC is actively trying to lose without being too obvious. I think it's a thinly veiled one party system.

  15. Initially, Biden started his Senate career advocating for equality in education. But, when his constituents became irate, Biden sided with bigots to keep schools segregated.

    *The Delaware senator broke ranks with northern liberals— and joined his virulently racist North Carolina colleague Jesse Helms in voting to kneecap all federal efforts to integrate schools, anywhere in the country. Specifically, Biden voted to bar the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare from requiring schools to provide information on the racial makeup of their student bodies — thereby making it nigh-impossible for Uncle Sam to withhold federal funds from school districts that refused to integrate.

    The measure was rejected. Nevertheless, Biden persisted. And his cowardly example inspired other self-professed liberals to throw racial justice under the bus. As the historian Jason Sokol writes:

    Immediately after the Helms amendment was tabled, Biden proposed his own amendment to the $36 billion education bill, stipulating that none of those federal funds could be used by school systems “to assign teachers or students to schools … for reasons of race.” His amendment would prevent “some faceless bureaucrat” from “deciding that any child, black or white, should fit in some predetermined ratio.”

    The Senate approved Biden’s amendment. Biden had managed to turn a 48-43 loss for the anti-busing forces into a 50-43 victory for segregation.

    The NAACP called Biden’s proposal “an anti-black amendment.” The Senate’s sole African-American member, Ed Brooke, called it “the greatest symbolic defeat for civil rights since 1964.”

    But Biden helped his fellow liberals reconcile themselves to the wrong side of history by recasting integrationists as the real racists.

    “The new integration plans being offered are really just quota systems to assure a certain number of blacks, Chicanos, or whatever in each school. That, to me, is the most racist concept you can come up with,” Biden said in a 1975 interview recently unearthed by the Washington Post. “What it says is, ‘In order for your child with curly black hair, brown eyes, and dark skin to be able to learn anything, he needs to sit next to my blond-haired, blue-eyed son.’ That’s racist!”

    Biden echoed this in remarks to NPR that same year, saying, “I think the concept of busing … that we are going to integrate people so that they all have the same access and they learn to grow up with one another and all the rest, is a rejection of the whole movement of black pride…"

    Biden defended his stance in 2007 by referring to school integration as "a liberal trainwreck".