sure ronald reagen george dubya bush bill clinton its all about attitude and knowing your audience
Yes If the country wants change. Of and by him/herself no, unless you ignore the constitution
yes if the president is republican and so is congress or is republican and congress is weak and full of democrats<br />
if a president is democrat apparently not , not even when they have a majority in congress ,then they need a supermajority in representatives<br />
and even then they need to control the senate<br />
so thatd be a noooooooooooooo........god the left are useless everywhere theyve abandoned all principles of the welfare state ,redistribution and fair taxation <br />
theyve been captured by the rich since 1990s; just like the right in the 1970s and 1980s
Not in four years.
the leader is one who guides self, listens well, communicates well, identifies problems and provides solution to impact people in large.<br />
as you and me dont surge ahead and try to create impacts, we rely on someone who does. <br />
if all believe in a person, change comes in.
absolutely yes. The person's experience, thoughts and feelings create momentum for change. After 50 plus years of having social security, the mitt guy want to do away with it cause it cost money to take care of the elderly and retirees. Even Mitt Rommey said on the news "I do not care about the elderly" One of a thousand examples of downgrading America.
No...but for the average person, it really is just a dictatorship...
Doesn't the new president come into office with an entirely new staff?
Yes, that is true and yes, that is true.