This is perfect

Joe Biden
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This is good stagecraft, of course, but it is also important:

Brayden Harrington, who bonded with Biden over stuttering, to appear in prime-time inauguration special

(CNN)Brayden Harrington, the 13-year-old New Hampshire boy who bonded with President-elect Joe Biden over their shared experience with stuttering, will be part of the prime-time special capping off Biden’s inauguration on Wednesday evening…

“In the segment, Harrington reads a famous line from President John F. Kennedy’s Inaugural address: ‘Ask not what your country can do for you — ask what you can do for your country.'”

“…He’s come a long way and I’m pretty happy for him. When I first met him, it was in February and he came this far,” Harrington said. “He basically has the whole country in his hands, and I know he’ll be good at that.”

And in your mind compare it with Mel’s hubby, you know, Being Better:

“If I’m lying, may God… hey! I didn’t finish!”

…and that’s why this is a great, good thing.

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5 Responses to This is perfect

  1. roket says:

    The world belongs to the likes of Brayden Harrington now. Suck it Nazis.

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  2. Burr Deming says:

    Thank you for this.
    It is a contrast, and I’m glad you point it out.

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  3. spotthedog says:

    Agreed, it will be nice to have a decent caring human being as president again.

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  4. laura says:

    So very ready for decency, simple decency to come back into fashion. That’s it – decency feels like a refreshing, cool beverage to slake this Country’s thirst.

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