Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Most Americans lack confidence in leaders ( they should never had confidence in them in the first place!)

Anyone who will steal an election, in a Democracy, will do just about anything, for to do so is to darken the light of hope; our only hope.

It costs us our trust in ourselves, when we realize that the people we trusted to govern our nation, are of this Reptilian species or whatever, many of us never even hearing that the wrong man has been in the White House for over 5 years now.

We might say, King George is the usurper of the American throne. America will finally have to deal with monarchy (of course, one pretending to be something else; typical of the USA), after all these years, on our own soil; not on the other side of the pond, when it was a long ocean cruise to get one from continent to another.

The time for monarchies is over....long time over.

Monarchies, oligarchies, corporatism, and a rather long list of other systems of government, have become passe, even dangerous to the transformation of humanity, because we, as the race called humanity, have, in large part, grown beyond needing Mommy and Daddy, even though many still cling to the earthly authority like breath itself.

ue Oct 25, 8:59 PM ET

Seventy-three percent of Americans lack confidence in their leaders and a majority believe the country would be better off with more women in power, a survey showed on Tuesday.

The survey by Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government and the U.S. News & World Report also showed that 66 percent of Americans believe the United States faces a leadership crisis.

The release of the poll comes as President George W. Bush is struggling to stem a slide in popularity caused by the slow federal response to Hurricane Katrina, the Iraq war and soaring gasoline prices.

The nationwide telephone survey of 1,374 adults, taken from September 13 to September 23, covered all levels of U.S. leaders -- from the White House to Congress and state and local governments.

It showed that 65 percent of Americans are upbeat about the future of the country's leadership and expect better leaders in the future.

The poll also showed that 64 percent believe the country would be better off if more women occupied leadership positions, and perhaps surprisingly more men than women believe this -- 69 percent to 61 percent.

"It's a wake-up call to leaders who enter the public sector," said Todd Pittinsky, assistant professor of public policy at the Kennedy School.

The poll had a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 2.8 percent.


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