Intelligence. Intellectual honesty. Grace. Hubris. Fortitude. Honor. Compassion. Loyalty. Courage. Integrity. Humor. Confidence. Kindness. Discipline. Generosity. Conscience of one’s own nature.
These character traits are what generally may define a “good” person. One need not exhibit all the traits to be deemed a good person, but one or two doesn’t hurt. One would expect a good leader to have several of them.
So as we’re discussing Democrat presidential candidates Joe Biden, we can agree that he is generally kind and nice, seems to love children (at times a little too much), has a sense of humor in his own way, and outwardly seems to be a compassionate individual.
So yes, Joe is probably a good person, which is the persona he is pushing, and his compliant, bought and paid for media is also pushing his “nice guy” narrative.
But to be polite:
- He isn’t the brightest bulb in the socket
- His elevator doesn’t go to the top floor
- He’s 2 bricks short of a full load
- He’s a few cards short of a full deck
- He’s not the sharpest knife in the drawer
- His battery isn’t fully charged
- He has a full six-pack, but lacks the plastic thingy that holds them all together
- The gates are down, and the lights are flashing, but the train isn’t coming
He can’t speak for 2 minutes without uttering a huge gaffe of one sort or another. And it doesn’t matter that he doesn’t know anything about anything. Even if he did he couldn’t remember it if and when he needed to. And that’s on a good day.