Who should the NEXT president be?
In eight years I say we elect a dead person.
Louis Black did a skit on this, and I really like it.
No one will ever attack a country who has elected a dead person as their president.
We take a skull, we carry it around, and lay it on the podium during press conferences, have everyone ask the skull questions. It could even go around kissing babies if it needs to boost its popularity.
Everyone in the world would be like "holy f#^k those guys are crazy, we're not messing with them, they would probably eat us or something."
Really, 8 years with a dead guy in office would be better than the last 8 years with Bush. Sure, not much would get done, but he couldn't really screw anything up either.
Side: some dead guy
I am constantly impressed with Ralph Nader. I know most people might associate him with tree hugging but I've been doing a lot of research on some very political and scientific topics and his name just keeps popping up. I look into it more and he supports my view. I just can't help but admire his tenacity.
Side: Ralph Nader
Honestly, that's the dumbest thing I've ever heard. Anyone who says "cuz" or "we'd be a kick butt president," should never be president.
Though, I have to admit, inspite of you being 15 and typing in some foreign language, you'd probably be better than Bush.
Side: some dead guy
He has lots of experience, and I think he would be great for the economy.
"Elected Governor of Massachusetts in 2002, Governor Romney presided over a dramatic reversal of state fortunes and a period of sustained economic expansion. Without raising taxes or increasing debt, Governor Romney balanced the budget every year of his administration, closing a $3 billion budget gap inherited when he took office. By eliminating waste, streamlining the government, and enacting comprehensive economic reforms to stimulate growth in Massachusetts, Romney got the economy moving again and transformed deficits into surpluses.
At the beginning of Governor Romney’s term, Massachusetts was losing thousands of jobs every month. By the time he left office, the unemployment rate was lower, hundreds of companies had expanded or moved to Massachusetts, and in the last two years of his term, the state had added approximately 60,000 jobs."
This link pretty much explains everything:
Heres a video:
Side: Mitt Romney