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1. Noel Meyer
     (12/30/2017 4:36:32 AM)
     Message ID #295850

This message is in response to Patricia Pomerleau ( message id #295051 )  View All Related Messages

Do you think it's more effective to be for or against something or someone?


2. I'll borrow the tag line of another contributor, " It Depends"
a. If all are for something, I agin it.
b. If all are against something, I try to play devil's advocate and contribute 'what if' down the road.

3. Americans (IMO) are tired of the Republican 'not just "NO", but "HELL NO"' attacks AGAINST any and all things not of their own.

4. Americans and the world WANT leadership, can't prove a negative, can't lead when you don't support something.

5. Whether company spirit, team spirit or what have you, its MORE effective when you FOR something you can build upon. Anything else is disruptive when you are against something you still have to be for something else.

6. An ASSASSIN is against something or someone == A BUILDER is for something. Is it harder to be for something? You betcha. Its easier to be against -- Against change, Against mercy for others, Against helping other "JUST SAY NO" or "HELL NO" like the Republicans do.

7. Did America win WWII by being against something (GERMANY) or for something (TRUTH, JUSTICE AND THE AMERICAN WAY)?

8. Seems the answer comes from 'Are you the king of the world or are you just one of many?' If you are a hammer, then being AGAINST things comes naturally, if you are a solver, then being for something is where and how you approach your solutions.

9. Ying and Yang -- it depends comes in when you think --"Am I really paranoid, or are they really out to get me?" If you don't trust democracy then being against things is your bag, If you do trust the founding fathers, then being for America rules your life.
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