Personality And Leadership Characterities Of Bill Clinton And George W. Bush

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in the middle of a bumpy patch, this is President Bush's electoral strength. There's not a lot of good news for the president in the poll numbers right now. Some surveys have his opponent John Kerry ahead. People are doubting the course in Iraq and questioning his handling of the economy.hgbijlkbjjjjjjjqdddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddasZZZZZ-

Any of the universally endorsed characteristics (i.e., integrity, fairness, decisiveness, etc.), along with relevant experience and a history of previous leadership successes, are essential in selecting a President or any high-level executive. President Bush's actions were always more on the dictatorial side (another of the universally undesirable leadership qualities) than on the inclusive side. He is NOT known for being a rhetorically gifted popular leader, his overall job approval rating has reached the lowest ever measure

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There are some differences between these presidents. One difference is Bill Clinton and George W. Bushes political party. Bill Clinton was a democrat and George w. Bush is a republican. Bill Clinton was the Governor of Arkansas before he was president and George w. Bush was the Governor of Texas before he was president. These two presidents also have some similarities both George W. Bush and Bill Clinton. They both served Eight years as president of the United States. getting married.
Wow! He is getting married.
I put first love in quotes 'cos at 17, was it really love? Well...whatever it was, it was niiice. That kind of good feeling that had me randomly cheesing at random hours of the day, counting down the hours till we could see again, my heart skipping when we finally got to see. Ooooh weee, it was nice indeed. It's not often that a man inspires such feelings in my 'cold, cold' heart. :-D

I remember when we first 'met'. Again, I put met in quotes because it was more like me and my friend (Let's call her Amina) saw him walking down the street one day and we were like 'who is that? he kinda cute'.
We had done some research and found that he was the new dude around town, his name was 'boo-boo' and he went to X school. LOL @ our stalking ways. But that's all we knew about his mystery cutie.
And that's how it was...we'd always see him walking down the street and all but he never said nothing. I thought he was snobbish, but when I got to know him I realized that he was just a shy kinda guy. lol...

I was a shy girl too. So before we even said hi to each other, we had something in common. I was uncomfortable interacting with men on that level, and for most of my teen years I had always been the guys girl rather than the girl that the guys wanted to date. If you wanted the girl that the guys wanted to date, the hot one who everyone wanted her digits, then you were looking at my friend; Amina.
So one day when Amina suddenly told me that my boo boo was always checking her out when he walked past her on the roads and that she had a hunch he was feeling her, I didn't question it. It was nothing new. I was dissappointed but I attributed it to those of those things in life and mentally backed off.

I'd always see boo boo around town and dream from a distance...but that was that.

Life went on, a year or 2 went by. We (we being the class of that year; which included Amina and boo boo) graduated from secondary school and everyone started making moves. Amina got admitted to a uni abroad and she left town. I had no idea what boo boo was up to 'cos his sightings were pretty sporadic, and as for me...I had gotten admission to a uni in Naija; thanks to my sweet SSCE and JAMB scores and I was ready to rock uni and be one hot jambite. :-D

Uni was fun, uni was sweet, uni was nice! Till today, I still miss the good ol' days I had in my Naija uni. Good times,