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  1. says:

    Explain your answers. Links.

  2. widerscope says:

    A commitment to his racist ideologies –

    From Dreams of My Father:’I ceased to advertise my mother’s race at the age of 12 or 13, when I began to suspect that by doing so I was ingratiating myself to whites.’

    From Dreams of My Father : ‘I found a solace in nursing a pervasive sense of grievance and animosity against my mother’s race.’

    From Dreams of My Father:’There was something about him that made me wary, a little too sure of himself, maybe. And white.’

    From Dreams of My Father: ‘It remained necessary to prove which side you were on, to show your loyalty to the black masses, to strike out and name names.’

    From ‘Dreams of my Father’, “The emotion between the races could never be pure, even love was tarnished by the desire to find in the other some element that was missing in ourselves. Whether we sought out our demons or salvation, THE OTHER RACE (WHITE) WOULD ALWAYS REMAIN JUST THAT: MENACING ALIEN, AND APART” Barack Hussein Obama

    “..THAT GHOSTLY FIGURE THAT HAUNTED BLACK DREAMS. Barack Hussein Obama, ‘ Audacity of Hope’

    From Dreams Of My Father: “That hate hadn’t gone away,” he wrote, BLAMING “WHITE PEOPLE — some CRUEL, some IGNORANT, sometimes a single face, sometimes just a faceless image of a system claiming power over our lives.” Barack Hussein Obama

    “NEVER EMULATE THE WHITE MEN and brown men whose fates didn’t speak to my own. IT WAS INTO MY FATHER’S IMAGE, THE BLACK MAN, SON OF AFRICA, that I’d packed all the attributes I sought in myself, the attributes of Martin and MALCOLM, DuBois and Mandela.”Dreams From My Father”

    Quote from Barack Obama’s book, Dreams Of My Father:
    “THE PERSON WHO MADE ME PROUDEST OF ALL, THOUGH, WAS MY [half brother], ROY..HE CONVERTED TO ISLAM”.

    From ‘Dreams of my Father’, “IN INDONESIA, I SPEND TWO YEARS AT A MUSLIM SCHOOL” “..I STUDIED THE KORAN..”

    From ‘Audacity of Hope: “LOLO (Obama’s step father) FOLLOWED ISLAM….”I LOOKED TO LOLO FOR GUIDANCE”.

    From The Audacity Of Hope, “WE ARE NO LONGER JUST A CHRISTIAN NATION, WE ARE a Jewish nation,A MUSLIM NATION, a Buddhist nation, a Hindu nation, and a nation of nonbelievers.”

    From Audacity of Hope:’I will stand with the Muslims should the political winds shift in an ugly direction.’

    …some stmts made by those who served as Obama’s mentors –

    “God will destroy America by the hands of the Muslims….God will not give Japan or Europe the honor of bringing down the United States; this is an honor God will bestow upon Muslims.” – Nation of Islam Leader Louis Farrakhan

    “White people are potential humans…they haven’t evolved yet.”– Nation of Islam Leader Louis Farrakhan

    According to a journalist’s account, “Farrakhan called ‘the white man’ the ‘anti-Christ’ to rousing applause.”

    “White America got their wake-up call after 9-11. White America and the Western world came to realize people of color had not gone away, faded in the woodwork, or just disappeared as the Great White West kept on its merry way of ignoring black concerns.” Jeremiah Wright

    “The Israelis have illegally occupied Palestinian territories for over 40 years now. Divestment has now hit the table again as a strategy to wake the business community and wake up Americans concerning the injustice and the racism under which the PALESTINIANS have lived because of Zionism.” Jeremiah Wright.

    And finally, more Obama –

    Obama wants to destroy America and the nation of Israel, and he’s been hard at work.

  3. says:

    Okay guys, cheesy question time. and I -am- shamelessly using you to help with an assignment prompt. -coughs-

    What does leadership entail? What kind of qualities would you expect to see in a leader? What kind of qualities make up a good leader apart from the norm? Are good leaders always strong and brave, e.t.c? What are the more unusual situations you’d see leadership in – i.e, if you have any personal stories of leadership apart from the usual one boy rallying up the group, that’d be great.

    This is for an assignment I have. Thanks heaps!

  4. Steph says:

    In the light of the events in Israel with the Jewish only state and leadership, Hamas Islamic leadership, Iranian Islamic leadership, and the French royalty who had lead as well as being at the head of the Church in France, and the papal states who had lead with inquisitions across europe.

    Is therefore mixing religion with leadership a dangerous thing to do?

  5. JimmyC says:

    Yes it is. Bush said he was guided by god, and look at the mess he caused. The US, despite denying, makes sure the president is always a devout christian. There is no separation of church and state in the US.
    Leaders should be able to make rational decisions, without being affected, as they are, by whatever religious doctrines they subscribe to.

  6. says:

    How is someone called to leadership (in the Catholic Church)? How could someone meet this call? How could someone participate in the call to bring about the “Kingdom of God” on Earth? What could someone learn about leadership, especially from a Salesian perspective? (Salesian basically means engaging in missionary and educational work) Stories and examples are welcomed! Thanks for your feedback!!

  7. Wolfeblayde says:

    What did you guys do to torque off your Catechism teacher? This is the second religious ed. question I’ve seen in five minutes. In any event, here ya go:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catholic_Church_hierarchy

    Most of what you need to do your own homework is in there.

    Edit:

    And you can find a lot of info about the Salesains here:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salesians_of_Don_Bosco
    http://www.salesianmissions.org/

    You might have to dig a little and draw your own conclusions, but thinking for yourself is a good thing. ;-)

  8. Spongebob says:

    I’m not even in 11th grade yet and I am really worried about college.I want to get into GWU, UVA, or any other good college but I heard the students need to have a lot of leadership roles.I joined about 3 or 4 clubs but I am not an officer in any. Is there anything else I could do for having leadership roles?

  9. says:

    Get into Student Government. It looks reaallly good on applications.

  10. Blackbear says:

    Who do you recognize as a great leader today? Why? What qualities of leadership do you think they possess? Answers needed by 1730 hours 4-30-2007.

  11. Meemee says:

    A great leader has many followers and the followers will follow him wherever he may go.

    His followers will respect and obey him.

    A leader will care for his followers

  12. Rhonna says:

    I am in a Women’s Empowerment and Leadership Development organization at my school, and we are looking for quotes about leadership said by women. Just looking to get some ideas from others.

    Thanks!

  13. says:

    “Why can’t you make your own sandwich?”

  14. says:

    I’m currently in high school and I want to become a CEO(or a position along those lines of leadership) but I have no one to talk to. I need to set this rolling early but I don’t quite know how. I am a straight A student and I balance extra curricular activities well. I also don’t know what would be the most successful leadership career. If anyone can give me advice it would be taken with gratitude. Also I wish to be successful at a young age. I would like to have someone help me with my options and get me started.

  15. says:

    There are 500 CEOs of Fortune 500 companies, and they had 500 different career paths to get to their current positions. Generally speaking though, I think there are three main ways to make to the CEO’s suite.

    1. Start out at the bottom of a large company, and spend your whole career impressing people and working your way up the corporate ladder until you eventually get to the top.
    2. Start out in a “training ground” job like investment banking, management consulting, or private equity; learn about how large companies are run, and then leave the training ground to become an executive at a large company.
    3. Become a technical expert in order to invent a product or service that is clearly superior to all competitors’ products or services or fills a previously unmet human need.

  16. razzledazzle says:

    I’m really passionate about the Make-A-Wish Foundation and I have visited the office and attended Wish Granter training. Unfortunately, I’m not old enough to be a Wish Granter. However, I still want to be involved and my dad wants me to do something that would fall under “leadership” to look good on my college app. I was thinking about being on an event committee, organizing a fundraiser, and/or being a public speaker. Would this be leadership? Do you have any other ideas that would include Make-A-Wish?

  17. JaynesaysREADMOREBOOKS says:

    Ideas for Leadership Volunteering Activities
    http://www.coyotecommunications.com/stuff/goldaward.shtml

  18. koala_march says:

    All my friends have some kind of leadership in our college, whether it be that they are on the exec board of their club or they are the president. I am involved in a lot of different activities, but I don’t have any leadership positions. I’m involved, but I’m not the best at everything I’m in. And I feel like even if I run for something, I won’t get it. What should I do?

  19. iSpeakTheTruth says:

    None whatsoever unless it’s aligned with your major and career goals. Grad schools wont give a damn about clubs and that nonsense. It’s all about your grades and research experience that you have racked up. MBA programs will care about the professional job position you obtained after undergrad.