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  1. Bob Lamborn

    It strikes me as very odd that both parties, Republicans and Democrats alike, choose leaders devoid of personality and charisma. They all seem to lack likability, yet these are the people who appear almost daily on national television to explain their party’s position on public matters so we the public associate them with that party.

    The Republicans have chosen Mitch McConnell in the Senate and John Boehner in the House, while the Democrats rely on Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi to carry their message.

    People cast their votes for candidates they can relate to, for candidates they feel comfortable with. I think politics is largely a popularity contest for votes. Yet, these four members of Congress come across as nothing more than two-bit politicians who are products of the Washington DC system, a system most of us detest. We know what they’re going to say before they open their mouths.

    Give me a leader with personality.

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