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Talk the Talk, but can you back it up

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Submitted by Joshua (United States), Sep 22, 2012 at 17:48

Fair enough,you posted "ONE" cartoon within this article as the date of the article. Tomorrow you will still remain the president of this organization and your article will also remain as your vision and thoughts. Waiting to see more artistic posts from a leader who chooses to lead the masses on a daily basis.

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Me by myself is not the point. A wall-to-wall consensus is.

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