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They should make presidents lead their troops as kings led their knights on the battlefield.


That may raise the "stock" on diplomacy what is your thoughts

 

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Deforest (maxoxam41) says

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    Handicapped Chef 3 years ago

    Your right if we did this all wars would cease tonight

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    Larry Wade Price (larryprice5372) 3 years ago

    would sqy kinow. mos of our leaders have nit served in battle, but it is not the leader but the individual person at war. A man is an individual person who does as he sees right. It is individual courage that is the question here.


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Christopher Antony Meade (christopheranton) says

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    Handicapped Chef 3 years ago

    The Bigger question - "What you gonna do about it?" Having been behind the curtain a few time, it annoys me that so many people say 'D's and R's are the same' not because its true or not, but because too many folks sit on their hands and bitch. You w

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    Christopher Antony Meade (christopheranton) 3 years ago

    Henry V and Edward III were both fighting at the head of their soldiers during the Hundred Years War. But then they were not presidents. They were kings. There's a difference.


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    Handicapped Chef 3 years ago

    It still was a time in our history so it was not a fairy tale the difference was they were Kings not presidents.


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Treathyl FOX (cmoneyspinner1tf) says

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    Christopher Antony Meade (christopheranton) 3 years ago

    The British Royal Family have always fought in the frontline in conflicts. Prince Harry served in Afghanistan, Prince Andrew in The Falklands casmpaign. Prince Philip fought in World War Two and King George Vi served in the Battle of Jutland .


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