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Posted on Sep 07, 2008 at 11:20 PM

There are many different skills needed to run a country or even a large corporation, and the lack of any will hurt. Here are a few Leadership High level management of money, manpower, resources, etc. Long term strategic planning and execution, very important. Tactical planning and execution Foreign Policy Foreign Trade Taxes Economics, and the list is almost endless. Things like project management can be left to others. Advisors are great, but one person decides after the debate is over. His decision needs to be right. Lets take just one, Leadership, and see how the military would pick its leaders. Let me remind you we are talking about selecting the boss of all of our military. A ROTC or Military school would give extensive classes to cadets in leadership, moral, Esprit de Corps, responsibilities of leaders, ethics, failures in leadership, strategic planning, tactics, importance of both, etc. Then the young Lt would be observed and graded yearly by senior officers on his leadership and military skills, etc. By the time he is a Col or a General he has really been looked at and observed by people who are rather smart, for many years. Any one of these rating officers could ruin his career with one bad evaluation. Now I have observed that people who go through military training and serve in the military usually have better ethics in the corporate world, and generally more honest, etc. They are just better citizens than the norm. Period. Now a charismatic leader is none of the above. They are not leaders, they are only popular. Hitler was a very charismatic leader, one of the best the world has ever seen. Bill Clinton was one of the best in modern times, and did do some good things. Charismatic leadership can be easily misused, or it could be put to great good. Unfortunately after they get in, they are not easy to get out. I personally want wisdom, ethics, honor, etc., not charismatic leadership. I want good decision making, good strategic planning, good tactical execution, etc. etc. etc.

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Posted on Sep 15, 2008 at 10:01 PM

Dr Valerie is correct.

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Posted on Sep 15, 2008 at 10:00 PM

Ok Bill..he has predicted many things about the economy 6 years ago that have come true now..he is the only candidate that was qualified to handle the economy ...and in my opinion the only one qualified to be the President...now my second choice is Chuck Baldwin. The other two...when I think of them...I get a little sick to my stomach!

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Posted on Sep 11, 2008 at 10:20 PM

Let me settle this once and for all. Now, who you think is the most qualified. I hope the let the picture be seen. lolololololol

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Posted on Sep 11, 2008 at 04:37 PM

I don't like either one of them. Neither is truthful and ethical.

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Posted on Sep 11, 2008 at 04:33 PM

LOL Newman... Getting elected is most important thing in the political process. Without getting elected you don't get to do anything. I thought Obama was a phenomenon. Sarah is even more incredible. She has to be tough. She hunts wolves and moose from helicopters but the press has her portrayed has this prissy hockey mom. Actually she may be the most qualified of all of them. She is the only one with administrative experience. This is the first time a Senator will be elected president since Kennedy in 1960. A lot of unique stuff this year. Makes for an interesting election... Hey Hugged jump in anytime with a few nice words for Ron Paul...lol

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Posted on Sep 11, 2008 at 02:17 PM

Hi Everyone! Hey Bernie and Bill, How are you guys doing? We have not chatted in a while now. Fill me in on what's been going on. And Bernie, in answer to your original question about the best candidate for the Oval office. My vote goes to- "None of the Above" lol. Talk to you soon. Blondie

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Posted on Sep 10, 2008 at 09:04 AM

Quoting author: My vote is for McCain. I was not totally happy with his VP selection but he had my vote regardless of the VP pick. I suspect he knew he would not lose folks like me and went after some of the Hillary folks who are not happy with Obama. Had Obama taken Hillary as VP, I may have voted for him....may is the key word....I have said all along that Obama is not ready and quite frankly the WORLD may not be ready for him and his so called reform.

I thought the same thing when I first heard he chose Palin. I spent a couple of days in Wasilla and never heard of her. I was having breakfast at a IHOP in Kingman, AZ. when the announcement was made. The whole restaurant was stunned. Now I think it was a stroke of genius. She has stolen the show. If Obama had picked Hillary I think he would have won easily. Thank God he did not. Now I think he is exposing himself as the amateur he really is. less...

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Posted on Sep 09, 2008 at 09:56 PM

Hon..you know where to find me...lol

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Posted on Sep 08, 2008 at 06:12 PM

Darn, we need someone to argue with. lol

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Posted on Sep 08, 2008 at 10:39 AM

Quoting author: My vote is for McCain. I was not totally happy with his VP selection but he had my vote regardless of the VP pick. I suspect he knew he would not lose folks like me and went after some of the Hillary folks who are not happy with Obama. Had Obama taken Hillary as VP, I may have voted for him....may is the key word....I have said all along that Obama is not ready and quite frankly the WORLD may not be ready for him and his so called reform.

Likewise, I would probably voted for Hillary on the general election and now McCain have my vote and not because of a woman VP (however, I like her) but, I listened and watched both DNC and RNC - McCain has the experience...should I say more? :-)Tinypebbles

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Posted on Sep 08, 2008 at 08:47 AM

Hope you will be out voting in November and execute these thoughts and ideals to be heared by all... Tinypebbles

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