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How Speculators Like You Destroy the Economy

Cebu : Philippines | May 31, 2012 at 12:17 AM PDT
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Skooter reporting 05/31/12

A great leader had one quality in common and that is a strong penchant to give credit to others when things go right and take personal responsibility when things go wrong. Basing on that standard, Obama is no leader at all. I would say, the U.S. President’s handling of the situation can be compared to the present Philippine President in my own opinion, who is also not a good leader. Both presidents have similarities and that is they have long fingers to point the blame of their failures to their predecessors and political opponents.

In the case of Obama, nearly four years into his term, he still blames high unemployment and the state of the economy on his predecessor. He blames his trillion-dollar plus deficit on the stubbornness of his political opponents, even though his own party can’t even propose a budget.

In the other hand Aquino is also pointing his finger at his corrupt predecessor who was the cause of all sufferings that his country is experiencing and yet he didn’t do anything positive to correct the situation like the ever increasing poverty, unemployment, etc. In fact, the militant youth dubbed him as “Noynoying” meaning, doing nothing; he didn’t want to take responsibility.

Let’s hear what Alexander Green’s could say about this.



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