Japanese prime minister is quitting amid perceived lack of leadership after tsunami disaster
There are 3 comments on the Amherst Daily News story from Aug 26, 2011, titled Japanese prime minister is quitting amid perceived lack of leadership after tsunami disaster. In it, Amherst Daily News reports that:
Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan announced Friday he would resign after almost 15 months in office amid plunging approval ratings over his government's handling of the tsunami disaster and nuclear crisis.
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#1 Aug 26, 2011
if the President of the United States had any abiltiy to recognize his major part in the U.S. Economic Tsunami disaster he would be resiging also.
#3 Aug 26, 2011
At least the Japanese leaders have the good sense to RESIGN whenever they are caught not doing their job. Here we have to WAIT FOR FOUR YEARS to get the Ratfink out of office. There is something to be said for REALIZING THAT YOU ARE STUPID and just throwing in the towel.
#4 Aug 27, 2011
japanese ladies rock!( international pluriacy statement)
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