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Always good to share one's perspectives & put some ideas out there. There's a welcomed nod to President Reagan. I witnessed him speak 1979-80 in Columbus, which made a believer out of me that he was indeed of strong leadership character. More so now, in retrospect. To make any allusion whatsoever to The Incredible Mr. Limpet-in-Chief possessing some semblance of "qualifications" regarding Worldly matters such as these is a gross overstatement. As much as I dislike saying, but by comparison Ms. Hillary would've exhibited stronger leadership in this particular situation.
That's about all I can muster regarding the current state of our present-day "leadership."

I could say it happened upon a midnight clear, but it didn't. A few days before Christmas Twitter was buzzing with a ridiculously cheap airfare to Paris that l'homme and I could not resist. Expect a full beauty, food, and wine review when I return.

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