Who really runs the show

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Do you think the President is the one calling the shots, or is he just for traditional purposes?

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The president has some power

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Corporations run the show

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The rich elitist run the show

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No I dont think he calls the shots

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TheMarquis says2015-05-22T10:39:31.9076304-05:00
"Division of Powers" Take a government class or at least look into that term. He has some sway over the country but is not a King. The executive is mainly a head of state and times of emergency guy who works with the legislative on internal and external affairs. He has more than them on external though.

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