Make no mistake, however, this is no love letter like editorialists write to potential presidential candidates up in Boston. We feel we know you better than most, Joe, because you hail from Delaware, which is, after all, just Maryland in miniature with a soft spot for corporate tax dodges, so we can be candid like any good neighbor would be. We have no way to know if you would be a good president or even necessarily a great candidate. Heck, your run for the presidency in 1988 was a disaster, assisted in no small part by your failure to credit the British Labour Party's Neil Kinnock in a speech which, in turn, raised other possible incidents of plagiarism in your past. Your run for the same office in 2008 failed to gain much traction at all and is remembered mostly for spawning the kind of klutzy verbal faux pas that, along with inappropriate neck rubs, have come to symbolize your years as President Barack Obama's number two.