Leaders need to have character and integrity

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

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Whether we like it or not, we have elected a most unusual individual as our nation's leader. Along with his good points however, we have to learn to accept his character flaws. They are not always easy to ignore or overlook since the television news media is all too quick to point them out at every opportunity. He is quick to verbalize a proposed program and establish a level of expectation in the minds of those listening. However, after some thought and when he rephrases the program at a later date using a different set of parameters or objectives it can sound different. And, even the slightest changes in the headlines wordings can prompt the television commentators to quickly point out the difference and make an accusation of him lying.

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