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Biden can heal a wounded nation | READER COMMENTARY

President Joe Biden holds a booklet as he speaks about the coronavirus in the State Dinning Room of the White House, Thursday, Jan. 21, 2021, in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)
President Joe Biden holds a booklet as he speaks about the coronavirus in the State Dinning Room of the White House, Thursday, Jan. 21, 2021, in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon) (Alex Brandon/AP)

It would be understandable if one were to weep tears of joy and relief as you watched the inauguration of President Joe Biden (”President Biden signs 10 pandemic-related executive orders, aiming to fast-track vaccinations, reopen schools and mandate mask wearing,” Jan. 21). Our ship of state has managed to weather four years of perilous, turbulent seas under the leadership of a clueless captain who was concerned with a constituency of one without a thought for the good and welfare of the other 330 million of us.

Somehow, we have made it safely to port, badly in need of repair, but nevertheless, safe and sound. Under the leadership of our new chief executive, reason and sanity will once again be the rule of the day.

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There is much healing to be done and he is the right man for the job. A man experienced in the ways of government for many years, a compassionate man who cares about the good and welfare of us all. Be thankful that we have made it to this day without further calamity.

Sig Seidenman, Owings Mills

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