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Yesterday, we asked you: How do you feel about the direction of the country after the inauguration of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris? Here’s what some of you said…
“I’m looking forward to a kinder, compassionate president who really is concerned about the American people.” — Brenda Emmerth
“I wasn’t quite sure that Joe Biden was up to the enormous task. However, after watching his great inauguration speech, I am not as doubtful. Plus, it will be great to have decency back in the Office of President of the United States. Our new president has known tremendous heartbreak, which I believe will benefit him in his duties.” — Mary Galvin Garr
“A little nervous, as I do not agree with many of his policies. I pray he makes good decisions for the United States of America and not for a party and a select few.” — Barbara Leigh Johnson-Wood
“It feels as if a heavy burden has been lifted off the nation’s shoulders.” — Jonathan B. Rivera
“We all lose in the end regardless of who’s in office.” — David Castillo
“Like America can FINALLY be great. While Biden wasn’t my first choice, he understands that ALL people living in America deserve to be treated with class and decency.” — Daven L. Donald