posted on Apr, 14 2007 @ 11:40 PM
If I were to take office there's a bit of cleaning to do. The White House, like any house is never left in perfect condition when you take up
residence. Here's what I'd do;
1. Remove most of the high level staff immediately. The lower staff, such as the common paper pusher can stay so long as they do their job well and
without political agenda. To be honest I've got no clue how many of the administration that is, although I'd guess it's a lot so I'd probably
have to stick a rather large "Now Hiring" sign out on the White House lawn.
2. I'd insert a trap door in the floor in the Oval Office. That way with the push of a button I could remove annoyances (such as certain diplomats,
and aides that put cheese on my hamburger).
3. Reverse the funding cutbacks to NASA and the Department of Veteran's Affairs.
4. Sign an executive order which would essentially make the PATRIOT Act null and void until Congress finally repeals it.
5. Eliminate the Department of Homeland Security and return the agencies to where they were, and instead have one independent office to coordinate
6. Sit down and talk with Iran. It wouldn't exactly be the end of civilization as we know it to invite Amadinejad out here to chat about the weather
and nuclear issues over some take-out Chinese food. The worst case scenario is that he eats something too spicy and doesn't like the meal.
7. Investigations into things such as 9/11 and the Iraq War would be launched in full view of the public.
8. Take groups such as peace protesters off the terrorism watch lists. Groups that throw thing and start fires would stay on, but your common peace
protester who just goes out there with a catchy slogan and a tie die shirt has no place on such a prestigious list as our terrorist black lists.
9. Repeal the No Child Left Behind Act. Not only is it unconstitutional, but I've heard a single teacher who was supportive of it. Instead I'd
replace it with a more constitutional bill which would give additional funding to schools which adopt productive policies.
10. Hire Stephen Colbert as my press secratary. His resume can be found at;