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Stuff that Brightens my Day...
First and foremost, there needs to be a national registry
for everyone who wishes to become President of the United States.
Then, everyone who registers should automatically be removed from
contention... leaving the office open to only those persons who would
never seek it.
Next, the actual selection of the President should be closely
tied to Jury Selection. I envision that the next President would
come home from a hard day of work, stop at his mailbox, and while going
through his letters shout out "Oh Crap!". His next door neighbor
overhearing this comment might ask "What's wrong Bill?" "This
card says that I'm supposed to be President for the next four
years!" His neighbor would probably reply "Wow, that really
sucks... but I understand it's pretty easy to get out of... you just
have to show up and tell them that you're looking forward to it, and
they send you home".
I don't really see how this could improve the country... but sadly, I
don't see how it could make matters much worse either...
The single greatest argument one can make against
democracy, is a five minute conversation with a typical voter. -
Democracy is the absolute worse form of government. Except of
course, for all the others. - Winston Churchill
Stuff that Brightens
Things always look darkest.... right before they go
completely black. - Unknown
Doing a good job here is like wetting your pants in a dark suit.
It gives you a warm feeling, but nobody really notices. - Unknown.
Nothing I do today is going to make a hill-of-beans worth of difference
in another hundred million years. - Mark Epperson
You can lead a horse to water... but if you can teach him to tap dance
you can sell tickets! - Mark Epperson
Never let an overly developed sense of morals keep you from doing what
you know is right. - Mark Epperson