posted on Aug, 22 2008 @ 04:39 PM
I'm going with no. It's the biggest load of crap how all parents tell their kids they can be president someday. I suppose if maybe you were able to
stay home and school your children full-time in the skills necessary for the role. Notice I didn't say "job" I said skills such as: critical
thinking, deportment, communication, manipulation, subterfuge, sales, economics, social-climbing, public speaking, rhetoric, double-speak, etiquette,
and on and on and on and on.
You would of course have to let extremely talented educators have control of the schooling. Without intense name recognition and an army of people
raised in government standing behind them, your child would need to be exceptionally gifted intellectually to coerce the kind of money out of people
required to be elected President. They would probably also need to be morally bankrupt.
While your child was being educated by these extremely talented educators you would also be required to follow your child around 24 hours a day to
make sure they don't smoke pot, have homosexual sex (or any kind of pre-marital sex if possible) attend a protest, or get arrested. It would also be
advisable if you enlisted your child in the military, during war-time even better. However, try to make sure they're accomplished enough to get a
high-level officer position that won't see actual combat. Because no matter how honorably your child serves the opposition will always be able to
find some way to make your child seem like a coward.
Average kids don't normally become President. Usually the kids who become President are from the same 200 or so families that grow them to be
Presidents, Senators, Congresspeople.
[Edited: because I suck at the spelling & the grammar...]
[edit on 8/22/08 by Malynn]