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What Book Would You Like To See the president Read?

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Comment by Ed Price
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The Yongle Dadian.

He should learn Chinese full time until he is an expert. Then he should read the Yongle Dadian full time untill he has read and understood every word.

If he did it full time starting today, we would never have to worry about him ever doing anything in Office again!

Comment by Anonymous
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"Andersonville"

Comment by Anonymous
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The Constitution

Comment by Ed Vallejo
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Michele,

I contemplated using the '(P)resident' designation in the title, but opted for the more subtle non-capitalization of the word to show my distaste for using the 'official' title for the individual in question.

You are not alone...

 

-Ed 

Comment by Michele Power
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 First, I use the term "President" loosely when describing Obama.  Second, I'm not convinced he can read.  But, if he were to accept a homework assignment, I'd like him to read - Our Toxic World, by Doris Rapp.

Comment by Charzhome S.
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Methinks he's trying to tell us something; just being subtle about it. (G)

Comment by Ed Vallejo
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"The first chapter introduces the thesis of the book: that a 'post-American' world order is emerging in which the United States of America will continue to be the most powerful nation but its relative power will be diminished."

Wikipedia link:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Post-American_World

 

Ed 


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