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originally posted by: AngryCymraeg
a reply to: lordcomac
Test them how again? Clinton was Secretary of State. That's a massive job with a significant amount of skill needed to do it. Donald Trump hasn't built a damn thing in ages, is being prosecuted for Fraud over Trump University, sticks his name all over the place and his latest torrent of abuse has been direct I believe at the Japanese. He seems to be having a mental breakdown in public.
So you can guess who I think should get the job.
originally posted by: ladyinwaiting
This is interesting, and another member and I touched on this the other day on another thread.
I would like to take it a step further.
When my nephew was going through the process of being hired as a police officer, he was required to take a series of psychological evaluations, such as the MMPI. (Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory) which detects personal characteristics on many levels, personality disorders, depression, thought disorders, etc. He also underwent verbal evaluations by psychologists. He was also required to take a polygraph.
We require this of police officers but not our President? With all these questions about both candidates right now, I would love to see this implemented, and the results disclosed to the public.
originally posted by: VP740
a reply to: enlightenedservant
Of course, the parties could qualify their candidates however they want. Even though it isn't constitutionally required, I wouldn't mind seeing some basic standards from our two main parties.