Will Joe Biden appear weak if he makes a public statement against the Senate proceeding to impeach President Trump?
The Chicago Tribune articles report more preparations on the Senate to impeach Trump along with an article that if Trump is impeached it will set back Joe Biden campaign speech to unite our Nation.
The Purpose of This Post
Is to relate an ancient proverb with a contemporary article for interested readers to discern the conundrum question.
Proverbs 15:1 – A soft answer turned away wrath: but grievous words stir up anger.
Proverbs 19:11 – The discretion of a man deferred his anger; and [it is] his glory to pass over a transgression.
Proverbs 10:12 – Hatred stirred up strife’s: but love covered all sins.
Psychology Today – Forgiveness Excerpt
“Both research and experience have suggested that one roadblock people face with forgiveness is the idea of being seen as “weak” and saying that what the offender did is excusable. However, let’s reevaluate the definitions of forgiveness described above. In many ways, it actually takes more strength to forgive. Staying angry and bitter is easy a lot of times. We can accommodate and get used to our angry feelings. It takes a lot more work to forgive. So, to suggest that forgiveness equals weakness is actually false, forgiveness is powerful.”
What’s My Point?
He (Joe Biden) has been hesitant to fully endorse an impeachment process, however, and said on Jan 8 that impeachment was “a decision for Congress.”
My experiences in business, CEO’s in business have to make decisions about: “grey area matters” that others may or may not agree with.
My Point is to question, was the 2020 Election a “grey area matter” when the facts is that certain States did not abide by election rules of their Constitutions?
In My Opinion
Joe Biden will be inaugurated on January 6, 2021 as President of the USA to makes decisions that former President Truman described as the role of President as “the buck stops here.”
A new report states: “He (Joe Biden) has been hesitant to fully endorse an impeachment process, however, and said on Jan 8 that impeachment was “a decision for Congress.”
In other words, should we consider Joe Biden will start off his Presidency with what I consider a “pass the buck” statement” or assuming a “neutral or present” vote on the question of the Senate proceeding to impeach President Trump?
Read the articles in the Source Links below
If after reading, how will you discern about Joe Biden and the conundrum question?
Will Joe Biden “be the biggest loser” by being “neutral or present” on the issue building “roadblock people face with forgiveness is the idea of being seen as “weak” and saying that what the offender did is excusable.”
Is it wise or foolish for Joe Biden to begin his Presidency by being neutral, or just present, about impeaching President Trump on a grey matter and then give a speech about uniting the Nation?
Regards and good will blogging.
Chicago Tribune January 18, 2020
Joe Biden Is Impeachments Biggest Loser
Bible Verses on Forgiveness
Joe Biden Statement