I have always liked Senator Biden, even if the last time I mentioned him here was to make fun of him (the Talking Points Memo interview I link to in that post is still worth reading in its entirety, though). I think it is his willingness to give it to you straight:

"My intention is to seek the nomination," Biden said on CBS's "Face the Nation." "I know I'm supposed to be more coy with you. I know I'm supposed to tell you, you know, that I'm not sure. But if, in fact, I think that I have a clear shot at winning the nomination by this November or December, then I'm going to seek the nomination."

Doing some preliminary reconnaissance on Biden's positions, I find myself at odds with his position on both Newdow v. United States Congress and Amtrak (the senator commutes to work). Were he to become the nominee though, I think I would live. Of course, if Wesley Clark were to throw his hat in the ring again (hopefully earlier in the game this time), I would be inclined to support him.

UPDATE: TalkLeft explains why Senator Biden is a bad, bad man. I knew I was going to find something like this as soon as I posted...