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(48,065 posts)
Thu Mar 11, 2021, 10:30 PM Mar 2021

This has been Biden's signature closing

throughout the primaries:

This is America! There is nothing we cannot do!

I fell in love with this closure. While the other candidates were angry, closed their presentations with fire and brimstone, or just with a call To arms, Biden steadily was positive, called us, and is continuing to call us to do good.

To act from love and compassion, not from anger and disappointment.

Yes, this is my President.

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This has been Biden's signature closing (Original Post) question everything Mar 2021 OP
Americans need all the pep talks and hope we can get. Irish_Dem Mar 2021 #1
PresidentJoeIsTheMAN NoMoreRepugs Mar 2021 #2
Joe Biden's the perfect president for this time in American history. oasis Mar 2021 #3
It's what we all believed when we were growing up. Pepsidog Mar 2021 #4
Was hoping Joe would have used JFK's famous line... KS Toronado Mar 2021 #5
Quite the observation! BobTheSubgenius Mar 2021 #6
Governing from unity quells the need for revenge. Qutzupalotl Mar 2021 #7


(52,848 posts)
1. Americans need all the pep talks and hope we can get.
Thu Mar 11, 2021, 10:50 PM
Mar 2021

It has been so rough for so many.
And not just happy talk, we need real help which Biden is giving us.

KS Toronado

(18,238 posts)
5. Was hoping Joe would have used JFK's famous line...
Thu Mar 11, 2021, 11:51 PM
Mar 2021

when he was talking about the precautions we need to continue doing, "Ask what you can do for your country"
Wear a f**king mask you idiot.


(14,642 posts)
7. Governing from unity quells the need for revenge.
Fri Mar 12, 2021, 08:48 PM
Mar 2021

That's why I doubt there will be a hard swing of the pendulum away from Dems after Joe. They know he's decent and loves the country.

I'm so glad he was our candidate. If we had gone with a firebrand this time, I would expect a snapback afterwards. Now I wonder if the Rs will ever have a majority. Certainly demographics are not on their side, and they are tied to white supremacist policies, which will be like an anvil to them as they drown.

Granted, there was a hard swing after Obama, but it was not for lack of him trying to govern the whole country magnanimously. Republicans never accepted a black man in the White House. Trump to them was the anti-Obama: unreasonable, stupid and egotistical. May Republicans be ashamed of him forever.

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