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John Boyd writes:
The leaders of both political parties have come to embrace the philosophy of the common box turtle. They believe the key to success is to refuse to "go first" and never "lead with your chin." They are convinced the loser will be the one who is forced to propose solutions to the problems they were elected to solve. This behavior is not acceptable.
We expect our leaders to analyze the pressing issues of the day based on the best information available and then to reach a consensus concerning the best course of action.
Read the rest of his letter and the others also.
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