Thursday, September 04, 2008

Joe Biden Is Michael Jordan
-The Value of Experience

It is awesome to consider how much Senator Joe Biden resembles Michael Jordan. Being from Chicago, Barack Obama must have seen it, too. That must be why he selected Biden as his running mate.

Both Jordan and Biden had long successful careers in their chosen fields; Jordan in the N.B.A, Biden in the U.S. Senate. Both men retired from that field to pursue one only slightly different; Jordan trying a baseball career, Biden striving for the Vice Presidency. Jordan had lifelong athletic experience, Biden had long political and foreign policy experience. Previous experience surely would prove valuable in the success of their new dreams.

The result of Michael's experiment is something that we must consider to estimate the probable result of Joe's.

According to 'The Global Oneness Commitment; Co-creating a Happy World':
He [Michael Jordan] had an unspectacular professional baseball career for the Birmingham Barons, a Chicago White Sox farm team, batting .202 with 3 HR, 51 RBI, 30 SB (tied-5th in Southern League), 11 errors and 6 outfield assists.

One of his teammates did remark that Jordan could not hit a curve ball with an ironing board.
In 1995, Michael Jordan returned to the Chicago Bulls of the N.B.A. with the announcement, "I'm back."

Because of this experience, I propose that sometime shortly after the 4th of November, 2008, that Joe Biden be mercifully returned to the Senate by the voters where he can proclaim, again like Jordan, "I'm back."

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