Lessons from the US Presidential Elections (Nov 2012)

English: Seal of the President of the United S...
English: Seal of the President of the United States Español: Escudo del Presidente de los Estados Unidos Македонски: Печат на Претседателот на Соединетите Американски Држави. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

History keeps speaking. Echoes of truth beckon

And with the 2012 U.S. Presidential elections now in our past, there are valuable lessons re-echoing.

  1. In a “literate” nation, money does not buy election victory.
  2. Lies soon lose their cloaks. Lie  so often and about so many different things, and soon people will catch on.
  3. It’s difficult to win as a loner. We need one another. And so, its wise to learn how to play.
  4. Leaders win the hearts of the people, Oppressors impose their will on the people.
  5. There is power in an organized force.The Latinos helped Obama secure victory.  Think of a broom stick and a bunch of brooms. The difference is in power of unity.
  6. A champ is not someone who never suffers a defeat. Did Obama win all the debates?
  7. Many at times, it’s not about the crowd, but about the power or efficacy of a thing. The Electoral College or the masses? The people or God factor?

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This other post may interest you:  https://timelessbits.wordpress.com/2012/07/25/farouk-lawan-femi-otedola-bribery-scandal/

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