Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger Won't Seek Reelection
Democrats everywhere have to say goodbye to Representative Dutch Ruppersberger.
He announced in a recent statement that he will not be seeking reelection for the House seat in Maryland that he has held for more than 20 years.
Could Biden learn from this fellow Democrat?
"This was an incredibly difficult decision for me because, now more than ever, Congress needs thoughtful, end-game representatives like me — members who care more about constituents and our country and less about cable news hits. But it is time to pass the torch to a younger generation of leaders and I am looking forward to spending more time with my family,” Ruppersberger said in his statement.
Ruppersberger, who was elected back in 2003, seems to understand the concept of standing down when age prohibits you from continuing.
Even if you don’t agree with Ruppersberger’s political views, you have to respect the tact that comes with making that decision.
Now, only if President Joe Biden and his administration was capable of doing the same!
The president and his supporters are all in total denial of Joe Biden’s obvious cognitive and physical decline that has occurred rapidly during his term in office.
First lady Jill Biden is one of those supporters.
Recently, she went so far as to say that she sees her 81-year-old husband’s “vigor” and “passion.”
“I see his energy,” Jill Biden also said in an interview on Morning Joe.
“He has experience. He knows every leader on the world stage. He's lived history. He knows history. He's thoughtful in his decisions. He is the right man or the right person for the job at this moment in history,” she continued in her statement.
The sooner Joe Biden and the rest of his supporters wake up and realize he is too old to be the next president, the better.
Joe Biden needs to learn from Ruppersberger and STEP DOWN.
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