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Mr. President becomes Mr. Citizen over night when he vacates the white house the most powerful office in the world. How will he reconcile with this change?

Asked by Good Citizen, 25 Feb '10 03:23 pm
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What? Ex presidents in the Untied States are entitled to CIA briefing's. Many opt to get out of politics and just sort of enjoy retirement or just go as brand ambassidors, but for interested parties, the US gives a LOT of pull and push to a ex Prez should he opt to go that way.

Bush is a good example. Not so much Jr. But Senior.

He represents Carlyle group, a defense contractor investment firm, which has Salem Bin Laden listed as his highest investor , even today, it goes on, legally in the US. The victims of the 9/11 DID sue the White House in Bush regime due to connection w/ Bin Laden family....but they hired top legal firm pulled strings and got away with it.

WHen Osama Bin Laden....was crashing planes into property and killing innocent folk in the US, in the immediate week, ALL flights were cancelled except "special flights" and guess who? The Bin Laden family in the US. They were in Ritz Carlton in 9/11 to be precise in a Carlyle meeting.

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Answered by A Moin, 25 Feb '10 10:06 pm

 
  
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That is the specialty of America and Americans. Even when Mr. Citizen becomes Mr. President, he does not lose his head. American public also do not put their Mr. President on a high pedestal and treat him as their GOD. They watch his every step and move and if he falters, they make sure that he pays for his fault. Under such circumstances, even after retirement from the position of Mr. President to Mr. Citizen, Mr. Citizen does not find any difference to live like an ordinary citizen except all those material things associated with the office of the President. Take a look at how the former Presidents like Jimmy Carter, Senior and Junior Bush, Bill Clinton live even today with the same panache.
Answered by Tony Fernandez, 25 Feb '10 03:42 pm

 
  
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He still enjoys all the facilities of Ex-President but without power.
Answered by krishna bhojwani, 25 Feb '10 03:32 pm

 
  
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