Bonus: Who do you that you wish would run for president? What are the criteria you think you need to both be elected and be a great president?
Sure, why not? I would not only want to run for president, but also be the first woman president elected. Why wouldn’t I run? I would be no worse than some of the buffoons we’ve elected president (think Bush).
If I were elected as the first woman president, I’m sure I would be torn to shreds and criticized no end. My clothing would probably be topic one on the list of the complainers. But it would be worth it to be president.
Just think, once I’m out of office, the benefits I would get would be rewarding. I would get a great pension (I wouldn’t have to worry about going hungary). There would be FBI protection for the rest of my life (I could sure the protection of the FBI now). Free and good medical care for the rest of my days. I would have access to world leaders and influential people all over the world. I would collect millions in speaking engagements (making me a very rich woman forever). So why not run for president?
The requirements for running for president aren’t that high. A person must be a born citizen of the U.S.; must be at least 35 years of age; must live in the U.S. for at least 14 years. And that’s it for the requirements. Of course, there are other things to consider. The person who runs must have lots of money to run a campaign. He/she must be able to compromise. Hopefully, be worldly (has to deal with all those world leaders and know how to act). The president must keep up with the daily news and know what’s happening all over the world. Must have a likeability about him/her. It’s hard enough to be president, but if the public doesn’t like you, you won’t get anywhere with anybody.
There is no one I know that I think should run for president…except for me, of course (she laughed!).
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