The world's most powerful people
Forbes presents its annual ranking of the individuals who wield the greatest influence. Here's a look at the top 10.
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Ok Obama defiantly isn't the worlds most powerful person. Only a dictator could be the most powerful person. I mean sure Barak Obama may be the president of the worlds most powerful country but he can only do things in 4 years and he can only do things that are constitutional and he can only do things that congress agrees on and he still has to obey the law. That isn't really power, but being able to make any law you want and do whatever you want until you die is really power. The dictator of Saudi Arabia, Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, is defiantly the worlds most powerful person. America is flat broke while Saudi Arabia controls 20% of the worlds oil supply, not to mention that it's a dictatorship.
Want a good laugh? Scroll and count the number of times Obama is called "THe Anti-Christ" on this board... Can you imagine people are so deluded that they think they can spot the anti-Christ? Lol. You suckers don't own this country, bozos. You lost the election. You've lost your minds. You're sinking to the bottom of your already low standards. Grow up. Modernize. Advance. Progress. Catch up.
The former President left a Big mess and it will take longer than 8years to fix it , I hope everyone here doesn't think it could of been fixed in 4yrs ?
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