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South Korea's Yoon takes responsibility for missteps after 2 years in office

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By Josh Smith and Hyonhee Shin

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The worlds's "democracies" seem to be in a bit of a rut.

Yoon, who won the presidency in 2022 by a margin of less than one percentage point, has seen his support ratings plunge to a low of 21% in one public opinion poll.

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You gotta give this guy some credit. It takes a real leader, a real President, a real MAN (or WOMAN) to admit they screwed something up and take responsibility for it.

And everybody does.

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The worlds's "democracies" seem to be in a bit of a rut.

Yes, the global cabal is arguing in their secret, nefarious, anti-dictator meetings. Egads, you've exposed the conspiracy! Whatever shall the Democracy League do?!

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deanzaZZRToday 12:40 pm JST

The worlds's "democracies" seem to be in a bit of a rut.

The PRC is still claiming to be a democracy so I guess that includes them.

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Regardless of how much he capitulates, he and his party are on the way out, because they failed big time.

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The worlds's "democracies" seem to be in a bit of a rut.

I'd rather be in a democracy where ya can vote out a leader ya don't like, than in a country where ya have no say at all whether the leader stays or goes

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I can't remember the last time a country's leader admitted to mistakes. In fact, I can't remember that happening at all. Yoon should, and probably will, earn points from South Korea's people. If he makes moves to correct his course, well, that's a gutsy guy.

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