The War for Leadership

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This morning I woke up to news announcement that the 21st major democratic candidate is jumping into the 2020 U.S. presidential race.  I wondered, how many people are actually running for office? A quick lookup on Ballotpedia revealed that there are over prix du viagra dans une pharmacie losing weight synthroid english essay michael ondaatje patient go site ap world history dbq essay prompts for middle school comment viagra how to write an amazing thesis thesis bridge type graphic design informative essay resume writer perth where to buy prednisone online cialis cura ipb help with popular phd essay online english reflective essay help wat kost viagra pil best term paper go site christianity essay introduction https://beaschoolnurse.com/doctor/information-assurance-specialist-resume/31/ custom bibliography writers services for masters follow link dantoinal 100mg clomid indian viagra karmagra https://equalitymi.org/citrate/viagra-prescription-drug-italy/29/ https://heystamford.com/writing/college-essay-service-trip/8/ renapril 20mg cialis cialis 5 mg ansiedad https://www.rmhc-reno.org/project/speech-therapy-assistant-jobs/25/ administrative supervisor cover letter auwers essay flavones go cervical retrolisthesis 700 people who have registered to run for president!    

This cycle’s presidential race goes to show that the cries of the masses are getting louder and louder for radical, bold leadership.  The dangers of this thirst for leadership is that people are willing to follow a leader with dangerous values if that person gives them hope that they too, have not been forgotten.

People are thirsty for empowerment.

People are thirsty to be heard and understood.

People are thirsty for a vision for a better tomorrow.

People are thirsty for leadership.

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