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Does "great visionary leader" sound pompous in your instinct?

I'd say Yes. That is my impression at first sight.

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Yes.

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For some reason, the first thing I think of is "Must be a douchebag". Boy, have I got cynical :laugh:

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For some reason, the first thing I think of is "Must be a douchebag". Boy, have I got cynical :laugh:

You and me both, then. :p

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For some reason, the first thing I think of is "Must be a douchebag". Boy, have I got cynical :laugh:

It's sad, we all have. First thing I think is scheister. Successful snake oil salesman. :/

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Sounds like the way communist states describe their leaders.

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From the title of the post I thought this was about North Korea ....

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Sounds like the way communist states describe their leaders.

Sounds like the over-zealous way most places describe their leaders-to-be. I could see this against Romney, for example.

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It's sad, we all have. First thing I think is scheister. Successful snake oil salesman. :/

It came to like a flash as well, and so I came to ask your feelings here.

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It's called a pre-conceived notion.

You guys immediately made a judgement about the guy basing on the title of the presentation/press release without knowing anything concrete about him.

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The part I have a problem with is "the next great visionary leader." Such a title should be applied after proving himself in the position.

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The part I have a problem with is "the next great visionary leader." Such a title should be applied after proving himself in the position.

Yeah, future is full of possibilities, open to anyone who's still making efforts.

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The part I have a problem with is "the next great visionary leader." Such a title should be applied after proving himself in the position.

That would make him "the latest", "next" implies an assumed future.

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A leader without a vision is not a leader, so to say "a visionary leader" is somewhat redundant imho, but it's still a good complement if it's been rightfully deserved.

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Hum is the only great visionary that I know. :p

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Are we supposed to know who that is?

How about posting some context instead of just a crappy picture?

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