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Are people better able to build their own lives rather than stress who becomes president?

Doesn't people know that they as an individual have a lot of power what they can gain out of life? Don't we as people have enough in us to get those things like food and energy to survive on and we all can learn and deal with our own lives? Why do people need a certain president to help them have better lives when they can gain the better life on their own, of course if they either have employment and some resources that allow them to do on their own?

Asked By: Mercer - 1/16/2012
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I have to agree that people shouldn't need a certain president to help them live a better life. But they do need a president that's a leader who has the ability to lead the nation in a positive manner. They need president that has the ability to unite the country and who can motivate the expansion of business... More
Answered By: Monkin - 1/16/2012
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Never underestimate the importance of voting and being up to date on current events. We are individuals, yes, but we are also a group.
Answered By: AgriCult - 1/16/2012
 
Your life is what you make it. Assuming you have your health you cannot blame the president or anyone else for what goes wrong in your life unless it's a war or something of that kind.
Answered By: DR + Mrs Bears face - 1/16/2012
 
People do have power as an individual, but when you're government is fu**ing you over instead of keeping you safe that's when it becomes a problem.
Answered By: Rebbeca - 1/16/2012
 
I disagree that we are a group. I think we are very much individuals, exclusively. Individuals have the right to do whatever they like in their life, and that includes choosing to identify with a group. But identification with a group does not mean inclusion in that group and exclusion from another. You take what works... More
Answered By: SOWingSEAson - 1/16/2012
 
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