posted on Feb, 11 2011 @ 03:17 PM
Right now is the time to think about who the people would want to be the next President of the United States of America, and who would best serve in
that capacity. As far as, someone with military experience being in that position, it should not matter if they have had military experience or not.
The founding fathers did not want or intend for the leadership and the commanding officer of the military of the country to be someone who had ties to
such. The reason for that is, in Europe at the time and from the days gone by, to include the Roman empire and other empires that have since fallen,
the military were used to dictate policy and usually at the point of a weapon. A president needs to be someone who can speak for all of the people
with one voice, keeping in mind that the rule of law is that the majority rules, but the minority has to have rights. And among those rights, should
be to speak out against the government without fear of reprisal. Currently this is happening more and more, where someone speaks out against the
President or his policies and immediately get slandered from all those who support the President. The next leader needs to be that, a leader, willing
to take the risks and make mistakes, as need be. And the next President needs to be willing to take a few lumps, accept responsibility for his
actions, no matter what they may be. Anything else, and it ends up being a problem, and the situation will get worse. It is not believed that Sarah
Palin can win in the election, nor would Barak Obama if he were to run again. The country is not doing well, and his handling of a crises is not
going well, along with the problems on the economic area are hurting him in the confidence problem. If the country is still doing poorly in the areas
of the economy, the Donald Trump would have a very good chance of winning an election, cause he is a business man and knows what would be required to
help get the economy going and people back to work. He also would think of running the country as a business to where the debt would go down, and
probably propose hard cuts that no one would be happy about. Realistically, it is right now up in the air as to who would run in 2012.