[T]he contest will be about whether Trump deserves to continue his presidency.
The Democrats are ready to go to battle, but they go in disarray.
[E]conomic fundamentals suggest that Trump can be reelected in spite of those who considered his election an unexpected historical event.
Biden’s pitch is that he can reverse that angry white tide without losing the diverse rainbow coalition built by Obama.
In any earlier Presidential election, Joe Biden could have been squelched by age, neck-nuzzling or the Anita Hill thing. This time around, he has a good chance of surmounting all of the above, simply because of The Donald.
But what are the limits to determination? How do we know when it turns into stubbornness, obstinacy or obsession?
[Democrats] must choose a course of action and not look back at a definitive moment that does not allow for hesitancy.