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I've never been one to criticize Obama

 
Currahee
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02/01/2011 12:04 AM
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I've never been one to criticize Obama
but I'm watching an interview with Paul Kagame and I wish I had a president as smart and forthcoming and real as this guy. Anyone know who I'm talking about? President of Rwanda, I'm just trying to read up about him now. Anyone have an opinion on him?
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Re: I've never been one to criticize Obama
If you've never been one to criticize Obama you know nothing and are easily impressed. Sorry.
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02/01/2011 01:27 AM
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Re: I've never been one to criticize Obama
If you've never been one to criticize Obama you know nothing and are easily impressed. Sorry.
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I should of said I've never been one to openly criticize any politician because I think nothing of them, they're not ordinary people, and most of them are dumber than shit. Yes, I've met most of them too. No not Obama. I don't see any point to criticize Obama, he's just a puppet. The office of president means nothing to me because the whole system is fucked. Singling out one politician, especially the president, and thinking the system can be changed if this or that person was in position is just ludicrous. I think TPTB love to watch the democrat/republican struggle, it's probably the biggest circus we have to keep us distracted.

Hearing Paul Kagame talk was the first time, maybe ever, that I've heard a person talk and really respected their leadership and felt he was deserving of the peoples trust. Most 'leaders', especially in America, only talk rhetoric and walk in the opposite direction. Kagame talked like a human, about real situations and without any teleprompters or press secretaries to come to his aid. And his footsteps show the direction he walks.

So no, your assumption that I'm easily impressed is wrong. It was quite the opposite, for the first time I was impressed by a leader of men.





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