You Can't do Propaganda with age; Campaign would Expose you!

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2014-08-24 02:11:22
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You Can't do Propaganda with age; Campaign would E

This writer has disgracefully exposed his lacking in reasoning. This is what happens when one attempts to "reason" out of hatred, viceral hatred, that is, against Nana Akufo Addo.

If AGE was the basis for electing a President, Algeria's 77 YEAR-OLD Abdulaziz Bouteflika in WHEEL CHAIR wouldn't be given another 5-year term a few months ago.

Let's cut this "Age" ILLOGICAL NONSENSE out, and be SERIOUS because Ghana is facing economic doom under an admnistration DOMINATED by YOUNGER policy makers: Yes, Pres. Mahama is younger than Akufo Addo. But what does the former has to show for being younger? Our ancestors said that " a wiser emmissary is better than one with a longer leg span". Even our constitution prohibits IDIOTS from holding public office like the presidency. Insofar as the contestant for the presidency is sound in the mind, has wisdom and is fit physically, he could be over the "retiring" age and can still be president. Any wise person would argue that an older person, yet discerning will fit to be a better president than a younger, but naive, irresponsible and self-centred younger fool.

This writer says "vision, coupled with persistency, results in true success". Where did this writer see VISION in the present administration's policies? And "persistence" in what? Persist in economic doldrum?

This is the second piece I've read on this forum written by Kwame Opoku Agyeman that betrays reasoning: How could the he argue in favour of yonger age when he could not bring out any persuassive arguement to support that stance? His failure to make a case for a younger person as president exposed something of him that he thought he could hide: Hatred/dislike for Nana Akufo Addo.

My question to the writer is: Why SHOULD Nana Akufo Addo STAND DOWN before the writer's preferred candidate, Alan Kyeremateng, can contest, when he strongly believes a YOUNGER candidate stands a BETTER chance in the eyes of all voters in Ghana? He should be happy knowing that younger Alan Kyeremateng will beat older Nana Addo. This means either his argument that Ghanaians prefer YOUNGER candidate to OLDER one is NOT the truth, or Alan Kyeremateng is NOT confident enough to beat Nana Akufo Addo.

Nana Akufo Addo is NOT imposing himself on NPP. He's excercising his civil rights by offering himself for the service of his party and subsequently his country. Alan Kyeremateng should likewise be confident enough to do same without his supporters asking Nana to quit. Asking Nana Addo to quit before Alan Kyeremateng can compete with a significant degree of confidence is a clear message that Alan is no match to Nana Addo in terms of preference of the voters, or abi?

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okofo on Aug 24, 2014 02:11