Ryan E.
September 17, 2023

Americans Believe Presidency Should Have An Age Limit

A Quinnipiac poll recently found that Joe Biden is doomed.

The strange thing is, this poll didn't have anything to do with approval ratings or popularity numbers.

It had to do with the question of our president's age.

In a response that transcended demographics, ages, or political affiliations, America responded overwhelmingly that there should be an age limit on who is allowed to run for president.

Just 33% of Americans think that people of any age or mental capacity should be allowed to run for America's presidency. Compare that to the 62% of people who are in favor of a maximum age limit for candidates.

Donald Trump is getting up there as well, but it's extremely clear whom most people picture when being asked this question: it's Joe Biden.

You can throw out all of the political and ideological differences between Joe Biden and me. Even if Sleepy Joe and I agreed on literally every single issue, I still couldn't bring myself to vote for him.

That's because the Old Man is too tired, too corrupt, too confused, and too careless to be the leader of the free world.

America's presidency is literally the most important job in the entire world. We can't be afraid to criticize our leaders just because it's not polite to ask people about their age.

The job description of the nation's president is too important to be protected by the politically correct idea that people of any age can do a good job.

It probably is true in general that the elderly can sometimes do just as fine of a job at certain tasks as anyone else in America.

Leading our entire country is not one of those tasks.

You need to be mentally sharp, endlessly energetic, and a whiz with words to be America's president.

Joe Biden may have been some of those things in the past.

Now that he's in his 80s, he's none of those things.

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