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- noun One who, or that which,
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Barack H Obama, on the other hand, is a emotionally secure empowerer of people whonot only has used participation and involvement to secure the Presidency but will use the same formula to secure the necessary commitment and support to fulfillhis campaign promises and verypossibly peace in the Middle East as well as eventually world peace.
Barack Obama is uniquely qualified to be our next president for he approaches the presidency as an organizer and empowerer of Americans ~ who collectively know what it means tohave beenoutside of thingsfor the last eight years.
They have seen in the reconciling Christ an empowerer of strong reconcilers -- Martin Luther King, Pope John XXIII, Dorothy Day, Desmond Tutu and so many unknown fighters against abuse.
He is a great empowerer and has a great deal of trust in people around him.
Lyrical postscript: Burning Spear sings of Marcus Garvey (1887-1940), founder of the Universal Negro Improvement Association and seen by many as the first organizer and empowerer of black people.
He is seen in his many roles at the school -- charismatic leader, mentor, child advocate, black empowerer and preserver of the faith.
So in your model, you’ve got the media as the enabler/empowerer of our self-justifications and denial, rather than the media as our moral watchdogs.