Washington (CNN) – Some advice truly is timeless. Some elections are extra special. Jeb Bush is looking hard at 2016, but many close to him have doubts. If you keep saying something over and over again and you are Joe Biden, does that make it true? And can "severely conservative" be topped?
Here are five takeaways from this Sunday’s “Inside Politics:”
Washington (CNN) - Vice President Joe Biden says he's "so tired about hearing about the demise of the Democratic Party."
Giving a pep talk Thursday to Democratic Party officials to go on offense as the 2014 midterm election season heats up, the vice president went on to say that "my central message to you is look: I think we should not apologize for a single thing."
(CNN) – In another quintessential “Biden” moment, Vice President Joe Biden joked about his basketball skills in Washington on Tuesday.
Known at times for his off-the-cuff remarks, Biden said at an event honoring African-American history month that he and former NBA star Kevin Johnson, now Sacramento’s mayor, could take on the President in a game of hoops.
(CNN) – Vice President Joe Biden weighed in further Tuesday on his thinking process about a potential 2016 presidential bid and perhaps hinted what a potential campaign theme might look like.
On ABC's "The View," the Democrat said Hillary Clinton's decision on a second presidential campaign would not be a factor as he considers his own White House run.
Had it not been the debut night for Seth Meyers as the new host of NBC’s “Late Night,” Vice President Joe Biden may have revealed his plans for 2016.
The “Saturday Night Live” alum asked the Vice President if he would share his thoughts on a potential presidential run in 2016.
“I was planning on making a major announcement tonight, but I decided tonight’s your night,” Biden joked. “So I hope you’ll invite me back.”
(CNN) - Vice President Joe Biden said what others have basically conceded - the Obama administration may fall short of its original enrollment target for Obamacare.
That might give critics another reason to attack the health care law, but the acknowledgment is consistent with what number crunchers have said previously.
(CNN) – Vice President Joe Biden acknowledged that the Obama administration may fall short of its original unofficial target of signing up seven million people to the new health care law by the end of March. But the Vice President said that signing up five to six million would be a good start.
"Initially we talked about by the end of this period having seven million people lined up. We may not get to seven, we may get to five or six, and that's a hell of a start," Biden said Wednesday in Minneapolis.
(CNN) - Adding a second nationally televised appearance to his schedule, Vice President Joe Biden will stop by "The View" next week, his office said Tuesday.
Biden will discuss the Affordable Care Act with the ladies of the ABC daytime show on February 25, the morning after he appears as the opening guest for Seth Meyers' debut as "Late Night" host.
(CNN) - Vice President Joe Biden jabbed Republicans Friday over factions within the GOP, while also rallying members of his caucus to "aggressively push" the Democratic agenda ahead of this year's midterm elections.
"There isn't a Republican Party. I wish there were. I wish there was a Republican Party. I wish there was one person you could sit across the table from, make a deal, make a compromise, and know when you got up from that table it was done," Biden said Friday morning at the House Democrats' issues conference on Maryland's Eastern Shore.