Did you perchance mean fellowship?
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“However, if we've seen other leadership coming, and I am speaking here perhaps of President Al-Assad's brother, Rifaat Assad, who still got strong "followship" and followers within the Alawite community who would actually like to see someone older, someone more experienced, someone who can actually protect the interests of the Alawites and the army, then perhaps someone strong can really find some kind of compromise and accommodation with the general view of the new world order.”
“Whether they actually practice bold leadership, or rather some curious form of government-approved 'followship', is perhaps the big question.”
“Much as we criticize our elected and failed-to-be-elected leadership I think that non-conservatives need to acknowledge the failures in followship as well as leadership.”
“But, since she has become a Senator, she has shown nothing but timidity and followship.”
“Because that is what spin doctors and the republican (followship party) does – mislead the uniformed and the easily mislead.”
“Apparently it is also a technique practiced by all republican “followship party” members.”
“It's time for leadership, not followship even if it's sometimes controversial.”
“He keeps tracking the GOP followship party; for this reason he will go no where.”
“The rest of Dems are now getting a lesson in leadership and followship, and Hillary is . . . where?”
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