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ancianita

(37,165 posts)
Mon Oct 16, 2023, 11:21 PM Oct 2023

Grateful, proud of the greatest Commander-in-Chief & Leader of the Free World in our lifetime!

President Biden doesn't just talk democracy. No.

With every fiber of his being he FIGHTS for democracy and freedom for Israel and Ukraine.





There's no one in the world stronger than President Biden.


Beau Biden knew it.




Joint Chiefs General Brown knows he is.




NATO definitely knows it.




Ukraine knows without a doubt.




Our troops feel it.




Israel now knows it.




God Bless President Biden, the best of America and the Free World. :










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Grateful, proud of the greatest Commander-in-Chief & Leader of the Free World in our lifetime! (Original Post) ancianita Oct 2023 OP
A Man for the Moment OAITW r.2.0 Oct 2023 #1
nice tribute. Recommended. BootinUp Oct 2023 #2
What an OP.. Mahalo, ancianita! Cha Oct 2023 #3
WHAT A MAN! ancianita Oct 2023 #4
TRUE!! 💙 Cha Oct 2023 #7
This post has calmed my fears of Biden going to Israel. Ty Deuxcents Oct 2023 #5
What a great post! sheshe2 Oct 2023 #6
Beautiful! ShazzieB Oct 2023 #8
K & R Stuart G Oct 2023 #9
Beaut! 🥰🥰🥰 MerryBlooms Oct 2023 #10
It has felt so good and inspiring to be proud of our President again, Bayard Oct 2023 #11
Our lifetimes are of different durations... Some octogenarians on DU may have a different opinion. RockRaven Oct 2023 #12
lol You think those age 60 or older would hold a different opinion? ancianita Oct 2023 #13
2023 minus 80+ equals 1943 or earlier. 1943 or earlier... Hmm... RockRaven Oct 2023 #16
Dude. Yes, ancianita Oct 2023 #17
Eisenhower's presidency ended in 1961 Grasswire2 Oct 2023 #14
So best president of some DU'ers' childhoods? ancianita Oct 2023 #15
The leader we need! Thank your President Biden! PortTack Oct 2023 #18

Deuxcents

(17,443 posts)
5. This post has calmed my fears of Biden going to Israel. Ty
Mon Oct 16, 2023, 11:43 PM
Oct 2023

This is a great tribute to our President and his leadership that I support. I’m still nervous about this trip but have to believe that the preparations and the assurances he has been given by all parties involved are solid or he would not be going. Very fine post.

Bayard

(22,955 posts)
11. It has felt so good and inspiring to be proud of our President again,
Tue Oct 17, 2023, 12:18 AM
Oct 2023

Instead of the humiliation TFG's presidency brought. Imagine how he would have handled the current situation....

We have respect and standing again in the world.

ancianita

(37,165 posts)
13. lol You think those age 60 or older would hold a different opinion?
Tue Oct 17, 2023, 12:36 AM
Oct 2023

I've followed Biden all his public life. I'm 75, and not about to make the perfect the enemy of the good -- or the perfect the enemy of the best leader of the Free World in my lifetime.

One thing I can say about Joe is that he learns from his mistakes, and apologized more than once for them.

That shows in his diverse cabinet, the economy of green investment, bringing outsourced manufacturing and jobs back, eliminating college debt, credit card fees, insulin gouging. Sure, he's not perfect. But he's accomplished a lot of "firsts" through his domestic and international leadership.

He's applied what he's learned to take the domestic fights to anti-democracy foreign power fights. And many more experts in fields he knows nothing about want to now join with him. Ask the DEF CON 31 AI Village.

It's only jingoism when the leader doesn't deliver.

RockRaven

(15,580 posts)
16. 2023 minus 80+ equals 1943 or earlier. 1943 or earlier... Hmm...
Tue Oct 17, 2023, 01:17 AM
Oct 2023


You said lifetime...

Who was President, who was President, who did people invoke for decades afterwards as the paragon (deserved or not, mileage may vary... but mileage DID vary and therefore include him)... 'Tis a mystery!

If you think people's opinions are only formed by their personal adult life experiences.... Well, that would be a unique and amazing and peculiar experience to believe thusly. I wonder what that is like.

ancianita

(37,165 posts)
17. Dude. Yes,
Tue Oct 17, 2023, 01:53 AM
Oct 2023

as you know and of course would point out, we weren't alive in all of U.S. history. Indeed, since history doesn't tell the whole truth, 'tis a mystery. Unless at an early age one reads prolifically to make sense of the world.

If I think...? Why would you even......think like that. But enough about me or you.

I see that you're a heavy hitter poster, so how does this sound: "In our lifetime" is usually understood as a metaphor meant to be short of "in U.S. history."


(sorry this post was delayed, I was listening again to EL-P's 'Up All Night' from his I'll Sleep When You're Dead album)

ancianita

(37,165 posts)
15. So best president of some DU'ers' childhoods?
Tue Oct 17, 2023, 12:52 AM
Oct 2023

This country is in multiple threat zones with Ukraine, Israel, the Pacific and here at home. When it comes to Biden handling those threats, I'm going to keep the faith.


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