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Ntfs_encryption
"Cyniquian" Level Poster
Username: Ntfs_encryption

Post Number: 1792
Registered: 10-2005

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Posted on Friday, February 09, 2007 - 06:22 pm:   

"My point is this, bruh: Given what we've had to endure from OTHER mofo's running thang, how can we in good conscious be hypercritical of a Black man's(or woman's) leadership qualities?"

You can't. You can only hope and pray (depending if you are a supporter or hater) they fulfil their obligations and responsibilities in an acceptable and hopefully outstanding manner.

"I mean, it's been my observation that it's really almost impossible to measure how effective a person will be as a leader UNTIL he or she is conferred the position."

Exactly! Any other line of thinking is to the contrary of reality. The person must be given the opportunity to perform their job in order to be effectively judged or evaluated properly.

"Because Bill Clinton was probably as qualified a person to ever be elected president. He's brilliant, had ever necessary credential and political experience."

Very true. The man is a scholar and genius compared to that stumbling goober in the White House now.

" But, bottomline, he was mostly horseshyt as a Commander In Chief."

Yep! Clinton was much more conservative than many people believe. But as a CIC -he sucked!! I thought he was very weak with military matters and he was loathed by those in uniform. This was his glaring weakness to me.

"Because were he NOT such, Al Gore, NOT George W. Bush, would be President of the United States."

Good point. And Al Gore was still elected by the popular vote!


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