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Re: Open Questions to the President


>I think it was T. Roosevelt that said" A quick way to find ones
>character, is to give them a position of power"

Oh, how true!  I'm sure Teddie wasn't thinking of Bill and Hillary 
Clinton when he said that!  Or was he?  I may get a bit of an argument 
here, but in my opinion the US has had about 5 impeccably honest 
Presidents - Washington, Lincoln, T. Roosevelt, Truman and Eisenhower. 
I can barely remember Thuman.  If you consider all the positions that 
Eisenhower had, was there anyone in the world who had in a life time 
more power then Eisenhower?  I don't think anyone can come up with a 
illegitimate misuse of power by Eisenhower.  Some people can respect 
power; unfortunately, it's not many.

Joe Halinar

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