At this point, it seems nobody said it, or perhaps it came from an anonymous blogger who dislikes the president. Some people have claimed: "This quote was translated into English from an article appearing in the Czech Republic as published in the Prager Zeitung of 28 April 2010." But the problem is there's no evidence such a newspaper exists, nor have any reputable sources been able to find it anywhere. We see this on the internet often-- someone creates a quote, posts it to a blog, and suddenly it takes on a life of its own. Certainly, the president has political enemies, as all presidents do. But many of the quotes that claim to "prove" Mr. Obama is disliked are questionable. This one certainly seems to fit into that category.
Czech Republic: The Danger To America Is Not Barack Obama But The Fools Who Elected Him | God and Country First
The framers wanted a presidency that could withstand intense popular pressure. It set out to accomplish this by having the president elected via the electoral college.
No. Boeing is a private-sector private company, whereas America is a country, which is technically not capable of owning companies. America does not own Boeing, nor does it own any companies.
America is not capable of inventing anything, however the people of the Americas did develop plant breeding, pyramid building, and hydroponics.
Depends on what Capability you ask IPV6 Capable ? VOIP Capable ? Video Capable ?
Today the only nation capable of playing an equivalent role is the US. Allies will be needed but America is, as Madeleine Albright said, "the indispensable nation".
You are not 'capable' of using 'capable' in a sentence.
more capable, most capable
Giraffes are not native to North America, they are a native species of Africa. Giraffes however, are fully capable of surviving in captivity in North America. We can extrapolate from climate conditions, that the giraffe species could survive out of captivity in the southern areas of North America, particularly southern Mexico.
No, the word capable is not an adverb.The word "capable" is an adjective.
You are capable of using the word capable in a sentence. The cat is capable to jump on the counter top.
More capable Most capable
Yes, alcoholics are capable of loving. They are capable of all emotions. They are people.
The meaning of capable is : Having capacity or ability; efficient and able: a capable administrator. Having the ability required for a specific task or accomplishment; qualified: capable of winning. A sentence for capable could go like this: She is a very capable person. I don't know if they are capable with a task like this. Is he capable of this? I am capable enough to fix that. Are you capable of winning? These are some example sentences of 'capable', i hope they help.
Capable is the correct spelling.
verb for of capable
it is capable of killing you :)
Japan surrendered to the allied forces because America had dropped 2 atomic bombs which were very destructive affecting morale and showed Japan that America was capable of devestating technology and weaponary.
The boy was very capable even though he was 14 years old. I am capable of being responsible.
Capable is a word alone.
Are you capable of doing this task for me(?) Sonny is quite capable of babysitting the twins.
Possessing ability, qualification, or susceptibility; having capacity; of sufficient size or strength; as, a room capable of holding a large number; a castle capable of resisting a long assault., Possessing adequate power; qualified; able; fully competent; as, a capable instructor; a capable judge; a mind capable of nice investigations., Possessing legal power or capacity; as, a man capable of making a contract, or a will., Capacious; large; comprehensive.
capable of making mistakes = fallible