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Why is it that only one man is chosen to lead the Nation?
Ms Sans Serif
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[quote:Thor's Hamster:MV8yMDA3OTU3XzMzNzM3MjkwX0U0RkE5Mjg1] The older I get, the more I think that the best system of governance is a benevolent dictatorship, like Sultan Qaboose in Oman. Things get done for the greater good of the great majority of the citizens. Obviously, though, once the benevolent dictator (if he truly is one) dies, how can the country be assured the next in line of succession will be benevolent? Knowing human nature, this is an unsustainable form of governance for more than a generation; maybe two. It's possible to have a benevolent dictator, as I believe Sultan Qaboose (pronounced like the train car, "cuh-BOOSE") is. But I don't think it's possible to establish a sustainable "benevolent dictatorship". [/quote]
It has to be a politician?
I would think a committee of our top scientists, medical specialists, explorers, engineers, and thinkers alike would make more sense. Leading is in a sense, progression. How can that happen when politicians are more like a roundabout of the same non-committed babble?
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