The issue of age is again moving to the forefront of the U.S. presidential election. It is no secret that both Joe Biden and Donald Trump are senior citizens, each hoping to spend four more years in the Oval Office. There have been plenty of jokes about Biden’s age and even mental acuity since the campaign began. But a new special prosecutor’s report paints a harsh picture of the President. While recommending no charges be filed in a case dealing with classified documents, the report refers to Biden as a “well-meaning elderly man with a poor memory” and described his memory as “hazy.” Biden isn’t helping his cause, mistakenly confusing the names of the President of Egypt and Mexico. Of course, Trump has had his share of gaffes, at times seeming to confuse Biden with President Obama, and confusing his opponent Nikki Haley with Nancy Pelosi. What should we expect? My mother is 86 years old and makes her share of gaffes. It is common in old people, especially when they spend so much time talking. But these are our choices for President. Two old men, and neither will be getting any younger should they win another four-year term.