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  • canucanoe1 canucanoe1 Jan 8, 2009 4:49 PM Flag

    Obama's Leadership

    Oh my, now I've seen everything. Alpha, do you really believe what you write? I guess that requires a sanity test.

    Citigroup is now owned by the US Govt. It has had 2 gigantic infusions of money and $300B of its liabilities guaranteed. It will do what the Govt wants.

    As for you assigning this act to Obama, well... he's not the one in charge right now and he didn't buy Citigroup.

    He has done a lot of talking. That's not leadership. We'll see what he does when he has the power to lead. Until then, just remember, today he told us that only Govt can solve the problems. Huh?! Even FDR didn't have these kind of balls. I see Gen'l Hindenberg, circa 1930's, coming. A naive do gooder who misses reality.

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    • I do feel sorry for uyou Canoodle. You wear such blinders and have along with your limited sight, such limited understanding of leadership. The consequence is you support the incompetents, like W, Cheney and Rummy and reject the considerably smarter like Clinton and Obama.

      You also obviously also have limited hearing. Suggest you listen to all of what Obama said regrading the gov't and 'making the investment' necessary AT THIS TIME.

      Now step back from the precipiece and speak to your fith grade tutor. He'll explain to you the entire paragraph and you will recieve a much needed lesson on reading comprehension.


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