Well, you knew it had to happen.
You knew at some point somebody somewhere would actually push Joe Biden for president.
That time its now. Maybe because of Hillary's email mess. Maybe because Elizabeth Warren says she won't run. Whatever the reason, The Washington Post reports there's now a "Draft Joe Biden" super PAC and, yes, it means draft him for president.
The Post reports it's run by a 26-year old Democratic campaign staffer (no doubt to snag the youth vote), is looking for a major fundraiser and even has a website, runbidenrun.com: "There is no one more deserving, more willing and more qualified."
I'll give you there's no one "more willing."
I'll also give you there's no one more gaffe-prone.
And if memory doesn't immediately provide you with examples, I refer you to the (partial) list put together last year by Politico.
My favorites include:
-- While campaigning in 2008 he called the top middle-class issue "a three-letter word: jobs, J-O-B-S, jobs."
-- In 2012, perhaps hinting at his own work ethic, he said, "I never had an interest in being a mayor `cause that's a real job. You have to produce. That's why I was able to be a Senator for 36 years."
-- In 2010, defending former GOP Vice President Dan Quayle and maybe displaying his affection for the perks of high office, he noted that because Quayle had a pool built at the VP's residence, "I just want you to know he's my favorite vice president."
And who can forget stuff he said about Barack Obama?
-- "The first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy."
-- "A man who will be the next president of the United States -- Barack America!"
-- "I promise you the president has a big stick. I promise you."