Top 127 Powerful Joe Biden Quotes

Great leaders don’t seek power, they are called by necessity, BIDEN can beat Trump if we stick together and never before has a necessity to win has happened more than now. A guy who’s literally been a politician for 50 years with no record of accomplishments and all of a sudden he’s going to fix things…..WHAT A JOKE!!!

Quotes From Joe Biden

1. “In Delaware, the largest growth in population is Indian-Americans moving from India. You cannot go to a 7-11 or a Dunkin’ Donuts unless you have a slight Indian accent. I’m not joking.”

2. “When the stock market crashed, Franklin Roosevelt got on the television and didn’t just talk about the princes of greed. He said, ‘Look, here’s what happened.”

3. “Every Republican’s voted for it. Look at what they value and look at their budget and what they’re proposing. Romney wants to let the – he said in the first 100 days he’s going to let the big banks once again write their own rules – unchain Wall Street. They’re gonna put y’all back in chains.”

4. “Look, John’s last-minute economic plan does nothing to tackle the number-one job facing the middle class, and it happens to be, as Barack says, a three-letter word: jobs. J-O-B-S, jobs.”

5. “I would be honored to run with or against John McCain, because I think the country would be better off.” ~~~ Joe Biden Quotes

6. “(On Barack Obama) “I mean, you got the first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy. I mean, that’s a storybook, man.”

7. “And don’t any of you, by the way, any of you guys vote Republican. I’m not supposed to say, this isn’t political. …don’t come to me if you do! You’re on your own, Jack!”

8. “This is a big fucking deal!” –Joe Biden, caught on an open mic congratulating President Barack Obama during the health care signing ceremony, Washington, D.C., March 23, 2010”

9. “His mom lived in Long Island for ten years or so. God rest her soul. And- although, she’s- wait- your mom’s still- your mom’s still alive. Your dad passed. God bless her soul.” –Joe Biden, on the mother of Irish Prime Minister Brian Cowen, who is very much alive, Washington, D.C., March 17, 2010” ~~~ Joe Biden Quotes

10. “I hear the voice of the people calling for a future in which every American is more secure in life and liberty and more able to pursue happiness. I hear the voice of people willing to make sacrifices today to achieve that kind of tomorrow. It’s time for a president to listen to that rising voice and to amplify it. It’s time for a president who can point the American people to the future within their reach, tell them what it will take to get there, and vigilantly remind them why it’s worth fighting for. It’s time for a president to stand up and remind the American people that we have promises to keep — promises to the world, promises to one another, promises to our children and to our grandchildren. In rededicating ourselves to to the hard work of fulfilling those promises, we restore America as the hope of the world and the vision of a brighter future.”

11. “Reality has a way of intruding.” ~~~ Joe Biden Quotes

12. “Reverend Clementa” ~~~ Joe Biden Quotes

13. “I thought I’d died and gone to Yale.” ~~~ Joe Biden Quotes

14. “We have to take care of the cure that will make the problem worse no matter what.” ~~~ Joe Biden Quotes

15. “It’s time to reach deep into the soul of this country and once again give everyone — and I mean everyone — the opportunity to achieve the impossible.” ~~~ Joe Biden Quotes

16. “I’ve always found comfort in the ritual associated with my Catholicism. I find the rosary soothing. It’s almost like my meditation. And mass is a place I go to be by myself, even in the middle of the crowd. I always feel alone, just me and God. When I pray, I find myself not only praying to God, but praying to Neilia and to my mom to intercede with God for me. It’s a way of reminding myself that they are still a part of me, still inside me. And in the first hours after we lost Beau, I began to talk to him, too. It was my way to remind myself that he was still here with me, too.”

17. “For the first time in my life, I understood how someone could consciously decide to commit suicide. Not because they are deranged, not because they were nuts, but because they had been to the top of the mountain and they just knew in their heart they’d never get there again.”

18. “We have put together one of the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organizations in the history of American politics.” ~~~ Joe Biden Quotes

19. “When Seagull droppings landed on my head at a campaign event, I chose to read it as a sign of a coming success.” ~~~ Joe Biden Quotes

20. “For the world to follow, we must do more than rattle our sabers and demand allegiance to our vision simply because we believe we are right. We must provide a reason for others to aspire to that vision. And that reason must come with more than the repetition of a bumper-sticker phrase about freedom and democracy.”

21. “So I try to be mindful at all times, of what a difference a small human gesture can make to people in need. What does it really cost to take a moment to look someone in the eye, to give him a hug, to let her know, I get it. You’re not alone?”

22. “I was a newly elected thirty-year-old United States senator, excited to be down in Washington interviewing staff, when I got the call that my wife and eighteen-month-old daughter had died in a car accident while out shopping the week before Christmas. Beau and Hunt had been in the car, too.”

23. “that it was possible to absorb real loss and make it through.” ~~~ Joe Biden Quotes

24. “I have always believed the problem was solvable—because the problem was obvious. There were real, legitimate fears on both sides. And if the problem is fear, the answer is knowledge.”

25. “We all spend so much time on the move, racing to keep up with the imperatives of modern life and personal ambition. So I try to be mindful, at all times, of what a difference a small human gesture can make to people in need. What does it really cost to take a moment to look someone in the eye, to give him a hug, to let her know, I get it. You’re not alone?”

26. “The time will come when the memory will bring a smile to your lips,” I would tell everyone in that situation, “before it brings a tear to your eyes.”

27. “The president had the further benefit of near absolute self-sufficiency; unlike most people I know, his own sense of his worth seemed entirely independent of what other people thought of him. He was almost never ruffled by the slights and unfair criticisms I saw him endure.”

28. “The spread of ISIL’s bloody rule changed the political calculus for all three factions in Baghdad, forcing them to think like the old American revolutionary Ben Franklin. “We must all hang together,” Franklin had famously said, at the signing of the Declaration of Independence, “or assuredly, we shall all hang separately.”

29. “Their experience seemed to confirm my father’s belief that fate was an inescapable part of life, but that every person, and every family, got a kind of zero balance in the good fortune–bad fortune equation on the ledger sheet. The bigger the highs, the deeper the troughs. My own life bore out his adage.”

30. “So how do I want to spend the rest of my life? I want to spend as much time as I can with my family, and I want to help change the country and the world for the better. That duty does much more than give me purpose; it gives me something to hope for.”

31. “And yet there was an eerie stillness on Capitol Hill–like a moment of prolonged equipoise between inhalation and exhalation.”

32. “Part of being a public servant, I came to understand in 1978, was absorbing the anger of people who don’t know where to turn.”

33. “We have never, ever, ever, ever, failed in America when we have acted together.” ~~~ Joe Biden Quotes

Quotes From Joe Biden

34. “Police weren’t getting out of their cars to meet people as much anymore. They were more and more riding around alone, understandably fearful in the toughest neighborhoods, sometimes in surplus military and paramilitary equipment that made them look like invaders instead of protectors. Dramatic footage of high-profile deaths”

35. “I have come to believe that the first duty of a public servant is to help bring people together, especially in crisis, especially across difficult divides, to show respect for everybody at the table, and to help find a safe way forward. After forty-five years in office, that basic conviction still gave me purpose. * * *”

36. “grew harder and harder for either side to acknowledge the basic humanity of the other.”

37. “Ya know, Joey,” Uncle Ed would say, “there’s no accountin’ for horses’ asses.” And Uncle Ed’s line became a key bit of shorthand between us, a private joke. When one foreign head of state came to the White House for a visit,…almost the first thing out of his mouth was this: “They say I am strong, Barack, and you are weak…We just looked at one another, and the president, cool as always, turned to me, raised an eyebrow and said, “Uncle Ed.”

38. “Poor kids are just as smart as white kids” – Joe Biden”

39. “I kept seeing the little “Forever Wild” house, undermined by the powerful indifference of nature and the inevitability of time, no longer able to hold its ground; I could almost hear the sharp crack as its moorings failed, could envision the tide washing in and out, pulling at it relentlessly and remorselessly until it was adrift on the water, then swallowed up by the sea.”

40. “I believe all politics is personal, because at bottom, politics depends o trust, and unless you can establish a personal relationship, it’s awfully hard to build trust.”

41. “If you can’t write a good announcement speech,” somebody said, “you shouldn’t be run.”

42. “I’ve been suppressing my Irishness for a long time.”

43. “…if the problem is fear, the answer is knowledge. Each side has to be willing to try to understand the concerns of the other.”

44. “But I have come to understand that nobody can really take away all the pain no matter how close. There are times when each of us must bear the burden of loss alone, and in his or her own way. The people who really understand that are the people carrying those burdens, too.”

45. “I trusted him as far as I could throw a piano.”

46. “But I had made the case that in the aftermath of our loss it was even more important that we continue to do the things that had always meant so much to the family. That we could not let our traditions drift away. That Beau would have wanted us to make the trip. I knew from pas experience that as hard as it would be, it was better to go through it than to avoid it.”

47. “I knew from previous experience that grief is a process that respects no schedule and no timetable. I would be ready when I was ready, if I was ready, and not before. I had no idea when that would be.”

48. “said to Finnegan as we walked back through the gate and back into our own time. “This can happen again. This is happening in other parts of the world now. And you have to speak out. You can’t remain silent. Silence is complicity.”

49. “I regarded these requests as the fruits of a life well lived: our grown children actually wanted to be with us.”

50. “So how do I want to spend the rest of my life? I want to spend as much time as I can with my family, and I want to help change the country and the world for the better. That duty does much more than give me purpose; it gives me something to hope for. It makes me nostalgic for the future.”

51. “The voting public was tired of careful and carefully packaged candidates. My reputation as a “gaffe machine” was no longer looking like a weakness. The public could see that”

52. “We prefer truth over facts.”

53. “to put loyalty to country over loyalty to political party. I had”

54. “We hold these truths to be self evident, All men and women created by…the…go you know the… you know the thing!”

55. “Democracy doesn’t happen by accident. We have to defend it, fight for it, strengthen it, renew it.”

56. “In the last analysis, a free and inquiring press is the most reliable check the citizens of our nation have against wrongdoing and bad judgment in government, since government, like any individual, is often reluctant to call attention to the errors of its own ways. It is therefore a mistake for the Congress to pursue legislation which hinders the press from performing this vital function.”

57. “What makes the partisanship so debilitating is that it’s not confined to one party and, despite what so many pundits say, it’s much more than a political tool to win elections. It has shaped our culture and our national dialogue. We’ve lost our ability to disagree without being disagreeable, and to argue substance without questioning the basic decency of the people on the other side of the line. The partisanship rips at the bonds of affection that tie the country state to state, political party to political party, citizen to citizen.”

58. “May history be able to say that the end of this chapter of American darkness began here tonight as love and hope and light joined in the battle for the soul of the nation.”

59. “Don’t tell me what you value, show me your budget, and I’ll tell you what you value.”

60. “So I try to be mindful, at all times, of what a difference a small human gesture can make to people in need. What does it really cost to take a moment to look someone in the eye, to give him a hug, to let her know, I get it. You’re not alone?”

61. “Rules for Happiness: something to do, someone to love, something to hope for. —Immanuel Kant”

62. “The time will come when [his] memory will bring a smile to your lips before it brings a tear to your eyes.”

63. “if the problem is fear, the answer is knowledge.”

64. “True bravery is when there is very little chance of winning, but you keep fighting.”

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65. “My own father had always said the measure of a man wasn’t how many times or how hard he got knocked down, but how fast he got back up. I made a pledge to myself that I would get up and emerge from this debacle better for having gone through it. I would live up to the expectation I had for myself. I would be the kind of man I wanted to be.”

66. “For too long in this society, we have celebrated unrestrained individualism over common community. For too long as a nation, we have been lulled by the anthem of self-interest. For a decade, led by Ronald Reagan, self-aggrandizement has been the full-throated cry of this society: “I’ve got mine, so why don’t you get yours” and “What’s in it for me?”

67. “Funerals are for the living, I have always believed, and the job of the eulogist is to acknowledge the enormity of the loss they have just suffered and to help them appreciate that the legacy and accomplishments of their loved one have not died with them.”

68. “I believe all Americans are born with certain inalienable rights. As a child of God, I believe my rights are not derived from the constitution. My rights are not derived from any government. My rights are not denied by any majority. My rights are because I exist. They were given to me and each of my fellow citizens by our creator, and they represent the essence of human dignity…”

69. “Never tell a man what his interests are. Be straight and open with him about your own interests. And try to put yourself in his shoes. Try to understand his hopes and his limitations, and never insist that he do something you know he cannot.”

70. “My own father had always said the measure of a man wasn’t how many times or how hard he got knocked down, but how fast he got back up.”

71. “If you do politics the right way, I believe, you can actually make people’s lives better. And integrity is the minimum ante to get into the game.”

72. “Right now, you know, everyone one is going to be there for you.” I explained. “Everyone will surround you with love and you’ll be busy and have things to keep your mind off the worst. And then in six weeks, or may be twelve weeks, everybody else’s life is going to start to get back to normal. But your life isn’t going to be normal again. As a matter of fact, as you probably understand already, it’s going to get harder for you. And after a while you’re going to start feeling guilty because you’re going to be going to the same people constantly for help, or just to talk. And as their lives get back to normal, you going to start to worry about leaning on them too much. There might come a time when you think, I’m asking too much. I’ve got to stop complaining. So when you’re down and you feel guilty for burdening your family and friends,” I said, “pick up the phone and call me.”

73. “We Irish are the only people in the world who are actually nostalgic about the future.”

74. “Nothing we’re going to do is going to fundamentally alter or eliminate the possibility of another mass shooting…”

75. “There will come a day, I promise you, when the thought of your son, or daughter, or your wife or your husband, brings a smile to your lips before it brings a tear to your eye. It will happen. My prayer for you is that day will come sooner than later.”

76. “But all our differences hardly measure up to the values we all hold in common… ”

77. “And if the problem is fear, the answer is knowledge. Each side has to be willing to try to understand the concerns of the other.”

78. “The senate is a place filled with goodwill and good intentions, and if the road to hell is paved with them, then it’s a pretty good detour.
Hubert Humphrey, as quoted by Biden, p. 134”

79. “To me this is the first principle of life, the foundational principle, and a lesson you can’t learn at the foot of any wise man: Get up! The art of living is simply getting up after you’ve been knocked down. ”

80. “My rights are not derived from any government. My rights are not denied by any majority. My rights are because I exist.”

81. “So how do I want to spend the rest of my life? I want to spend as much time as I can with my family, and I want to help change the country and the world for the better. That duty does much more than give me purpose; it gives me something to hope for. It makes me nostalgic for the future.”

82. “I wasn’t built to look the other way because the law demanded it. The law might be wrong.”

83. “Israel has no better friend than Joe Biden

84. “History says, don’t hope On this side of the grave. But then, once in a lifetime The longed-for tidal wave Of justice can rise up, And hope and history rhyme.”

85. “Acknowledging that a woman’s right to be safe from a gender-based attack was a “civil right,” I believed, was critically important in changing the American consciousness. When a right reaches the status and categorization of a “civil right,” it means the nation has arrived at a consensus that is nonnegotiable. Violence against women would no longer be written off … Once our criminal justice system — at the local, state and federal levels — recognized these as serious and inexcusable crimes, women could stop blaming themselves.”

86. “This can happen again. This is happening in other parts of the world now. And you have to speak out. You can’t remain silent. Silence is complicity.”

87. “you should not run for president because tactically you can win. The questions you have to ask are why you’re running for president and what will you do when you are president. You shouldn’t run until you know the answers to those questions.”

88. “There’s only three things he mentions in a sentence — a noun, a verb, and 9/11.”

89. “We must rekindle the fire of idealism in our society, for nothing suffocates the promise of America more than unbounded cynicism and indifference.”

90. “We must have public officials who will stand up and tell the people exactly what they think… Our failure in recent years has not been the failure of the people to meet the challenges placed before them, but rather the failure of both our great political parties to place those challenges honestly and courageously before the people, and to trust the willingness of the people to do the things that really need to be done.”

91. “America is the promised land, because each generation bequeathed to its children a promise, a promise that they might not come to enjoy but which they fully expected their offspring to fulfill. So the words ‘all men are created equal’ took a life of its own, ultimately destined to end slavery and enfranchise women. And the words ‘equal protection’ and ‘due process’ inevitably led to the end of the words ‘separate but equal,’ ensuring that the walls of segregation would crumble, whether at the lunch counter or at the voting booth.”

92. “Candor generates trust. Trust is the basis on which real change, constructive change, is made.” ~~~ Joe Biden Quotes

93. “1983: To my generation has now come the challenge. In the days to come we will be tested on whether we have the moral courage, the realism, the idealism, the tenacity, and the ability to sacrifice some of the current comfort to invest in the future… I believe that this generation will rise to the challenge… The experts believe that, like the Democratic Party itself, the less than forty-year-old voters are prepared to sell their souls for some security, real or illusory. They have misjudged us. Just because our political heroes were murdered does not mean that the dream does not still live, buried deep in our broken hearts.”

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94. “He told Beau to go home and live like he had a future. ‘Run for governor. Have a purpose.’ Almost every day after that, I found myself acting on that advice – have a purpose. No matter what came at me, I held fast to my own sense of purpose.”

95. “I kept trying to tell people that just because I was young didn’t mean I could speak for all young people.”

96. “I am absolutely comfortable with the fact that men marrying men, women marrying women, and heterosexual men and women marrying another are entitled to the same exact rights, all the civil rights, all the civil liberties. And quite frankly, I don’t see much of a distinction beyond that.”

97. “One of my colleagues in the Senate, Daniel Patrick Moynihan, once made this simple but profound observation about us Irish: “To fail to understand that life is going to knock you down is to fail to understand the Irishness of life.”

98. “… in an airport in ’64, Goldwater said, ‘Well, keep punching, Hubert’ during a chance meeting there.
By the end of 1977, it became increasingly clear that the Boss (Hubert Humphrey) would not be around much longer. And on the Senate floor one day, Barry Goldwater walked across the aisle and enveloped Hubert Humphrey. Goldwater was so big and Humphrey so frail that Humphrey almost disappeared. The two men stood for a long moment, locked in a hug, and I could see that both men were crying. They made no effort to hide it.”

99. “the Democratic Party had failed (in 1983)
‘to remember waht got us this far and how we got here — moral indignation, decent instincts, a sense of shared sacrifice and mutual responsibility, and a set of national priorities that emphasized what we had in common.. The Party that was the engine of the national interest — molding our pluralistic interest into a compelling new social contract that served the nation well for fifty years — became perceived as little more than the broker of narrow special interests. Instead of thinking of ourselves as Americans first, Democrats second, and members of interest groups third, we have begun to think in terms of special interests first and the greater interest second.. We have let our opponents set the agenda and define what is at stake.
p. 140”

100. “I believe we have to end the divisive partisan politics that is ripping this country apart, and I think we can. It’s mean-spirited. It’s petty. And it’s gone on for much too long. I don’t believe, like some do, that it’s naïve to talk to Republicans. I don’t think we should look at Republicans as our enemies. They are our opposition, not our enemies. And for the sake of the country, we have to work together.… Four more years of this kind of pitched battle may be more than this country can take.”

101. “When one of your loved ones goes out of your life, you think what he might have done with a few more years,” Joe Sr. had written to his friend. “And you wonder what you are going to do with the rest of yours. Then one day, because there is a world”

102. “He wanted me to understand two big things: First, that nobody, no group, is above others. Public servants are obliged to level with everybody, whether or not they’ll like what he has to say. And second, that politics was a matter of personal honor. A man’s word is his bond. You give your word, you keep it. For as long as I can remember, I’ve had a sort of romantic notion of what politics should be- and can be. If you do politics the right way, I believe, you can actually make people’s lives better. And integrity is the minimum ante to get into the game. Nearly forty years after I first got involved, I remain captivated by the possibilities of politics and public service. In fact, I believe- as I know my grandpop did- that my chosen profession is a noble calling.”

103. “Vice President Cheney has been the most dangerous vice president we’ve had probably in American history. The idea he doesn’t realize that Article I of the Constitution defines the role of the vice president of the United States, that’s the Executive Branch. He works in the Executive Branch. He should understand that. Everyone should understand that. And the primary role of the vice president of the United States of America is to support the president of the United States of America, give that president his or her best judgment when sought, and as vice president, to preside over the Senate, only in a time when in fact there’s a tie vote. The Constitution is explicit. The only authority the vice president has from the legislative standpoint is the vote, only when there is a tie vote. He has no authority relative to the Congress.”

104. “Rules for Happiness: something to do, someone to love, something to hope for.” ~~~ Joe Biden Quotes

105. “Folks, I can tell you I’ve known eight presidents, three of them intimately.” –Joe Biden, Aug. 22, 2012”

106. “Senator John Stennis: The civil rights movement did more to free the white man that the black man. … It freed my soul.”

107. “The more people learn about them (Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton) and how they handle the pressure, the more their support will evaporate.”

108. “A man I’m proud to call my friend. A man who will be the next President of the United States — Barack America!”

109. “I got tested for AIDS. I know Barack got tested for AIDS. There’s no shame in being tested for AIDS. It’s an important thing.”

110. “I promise you, the president has a big stick. I promise you.” (April 26th 2012)”

111. “Stand up, Chuck, let ’em see ya.” –-Joe Biden, to Missouri state Sen. Chuck Graham, who is in a wheelchair, Columbia, Missouri, Sept. 12, 2008”

112. “Hillary Clinton is as qualified or more qualified than I am to be vice president of the United States of America. Quite frankly, it might have been a better pick than me.” –Joe Biden, speaking at a town hall meeting in Nashua, New Hampshire, Sept. 10, 2008” ~~~ Joe Biden Quotes

113. “We all know – or at least we are told continuously – that we are a divided people. And we know there’s a degree of truth in it. We have too often allowed our differences to prevail among us. We have too often allowed ambitious men to play off those differences for political gain. We have too often retreated behind our differences when no one really tried to lead us beyond them.”

114. “Humans were capable of incredible cruelty, our father wanted me, my sister, and my brothers to understand. And just as dangerous, he made us see, human beings were also capable of looking the other way and remaining silent when awful things were happening all around them.”

115. “First they came for the Socialists, and I did not speak out— Because I was not a Socialist. Then they came for the Trade Unionists, and I did not speak out— Because I was not a Trade Unionist. Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out— Because I was not a Jew. Then they came for me—and there was no one left to speak for me.”

116. “Robert Bork, at opening of Judiciary hearings: How should a judge go about finding the law? The only legitimate way, in my opinion, is by attempting to discern what those who made the law intended…
As I wrote in an opinion for our court, the judge’s responsibility “is to discern how the framers’ values, defined in the context of the world they knew, apply in the world we know.
If a judge abandons intentions as his guide, there is no law available to him, and he begins to legislate a social agenda for the American people. That goes well beyond his powers..”

117. “Dad. Look at me. Look at me, Dad. Remember, Dad. Home base, Dad. Home base.” What he was saying was: Remember who you are. Remember what matters. Stay true to your ideals. Be courageous.”

118. “then headed off separately to face their days—as I supposed thousands of husbands and wives all over the city did every morning. I just turned and looked at my dad for an explanation. “Joey, it’s simple,” my dad told me. “They love each other.”

119. “Ya know, Joey,’ Uncle Ed would say, ‘there’s no accountin’ for horses’ asses.”

120. “can happen again. This is happening in other parts of the world now. And you have to speak out. You can’t remain silent. Silence is complicity.”

121. “The only way I survived, the only way I got through it, was by staying busy and keeping my mind, when it can be, focused on my job.”

122. “The conservatives could sneer about “social engineering” if they wanted, but I thought that most people believed as I did that government should embody our best hopes and lend a hand to people who were struggling.”

123. “quoting from Neil Kinnock, running against Thatcher in 1987:
Why am I the first Kinnock in a thousand generations to be able to get to university? Why is Glenys the first woman in her family in a thousand generations to be able to get to university? Is it because all our predecessors were thick? Did they lack talent? Those people who could sing, and play, and recite, and write poetry, those people who could make wonderful things with their hands? Those people who could dream dreams, see visions? Why didn’t they get it? Was it because they were weak? Those people who could work eight hours underground and then come up and play football? Weak? Those women who could survive eleven childbearings? Were they weak? Anybody really think that they didn’t get what we have because they didn’t have the talent, or the strength, or the endurance, or the commitment? Of course not. It was because there was no platform on which they could stand.”

124. “We should not let this disease take over our entire existence. He told Beau to go home and live like he had a future: “Run for governor. Have a purpose.”

125. “somewhere along the way I had begun to look up to my own sons.”

126. “Never tell a man what his interests are. Be straight and open with him about your own interests. And try to put yourself in his shoes. Try to understand his hopes and his limitations, and never insist that he do something you know he cannot. It’s really just about making the effort to make a personal connection.”

127. “Now, people when I say that look at me and say, ‘What are you talking about, Joe? You’re telling me we have to go spend money to keep from going bankrupt?’. The answer is yes, that’s what I’m telling you.”

 

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