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  •  I always kinda liked "Barry". (1+ / 0-)
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    Mumon

    It's friendly and affectionate, to me :-)

    And kudos for the reminder that EXACTLY!!! Our elected officials ARE our employees (or should be...) When I was in college, that was how I regarded my teachers -- with respect, but also with the expectation that they would do their job, and do it well.

    •  Please read my reply to the poster above. (1+ / 0-)
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      Larsstephens

      In addition, friendly and affectionate are your emotions toward the President. He has earned the title. It has zero to do with your emotions, with your relationships and expectations of your teachers.

      The President of the United States.

      Republicans use that childhood name as a put down, as a demeaning of the President.

      Calling him Barry makes clear that he is an employee?

      My personal computer is limited, can't post without tagging on. Community computer better. Pardon tagging to comments, spelling, please.

      by CuriousBoston on Thu Oct 04, 2012 at 02:11:48 PM PDT

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