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Two Steps Forward, One Step Back

Discussion in 'World Politics' started by Jim415, Mar 18, 2014.

  1. Jim415

    Jim415 Well-Known Member

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    You really should post a little something about the contents of your article, to make it interesting.

    Most readers won't just click on a link.
     
  3. Jim415

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    ok
     
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    Its to bad if they ignore it . Its very good article .Its their loss.
     
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    I agree with @Cruella. Why not encourage others to read it. Put a quoted portion of the article to prod us to click the link. If you say it is a very good one, you don't sound and act convinced with just posting the link. It is sad you are consciously allowing it to be ignored. Go ahead.... say something about it just a bit. I'd click it if I have an idea what it is about, what is wrong with America's citizenry trusting the capability of a leader like Obama? He was catapulted to the presidency, after all.

    What if it is a clickable virus and the title you posted is the name of the virus that might crash my computer? (just saying.....:oops::cautious:):LOL:
     
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    That's what put me off first, then I thought what the hell. :rolleyes:
    I don't like Obama - actually does anyone? :confused:
     
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