President Wanted: No Experience, No Skills, and No Intelligence Needed

May 22nd, 2017 by Michael Tabor

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Yep, that’s the ad the imbecilic, bankrupt, Reality Star responded to – a couple of years ago. And, ½ of America was stupid enough to buy into it and vote in Donald J. Trump.

I hope that after Trump gets impeached and maybe goes to prison afterwards, the people will finally have learned a thing or two.

Here’s sort of a laundry list of what we ought to learn from this atrocity and how we ought to proceed in the future so this doesn’t EVER happen again:

·        Politics is profoundly difficult and complicated.

·        There are at 3 qualifications anyone running for public office should have. Here they are:

  1. Must have experience in politics. One can begin locally in one’s hometown and then build up to state, etc. I think anyone running for POTUS ought to have at least a decade or more of experience as a governor or congressperson.

  2. Since we’re dealing with LAWS, I believe any candidate running for office must have a law degree, a JD – common sense. If you’re not a lawyer, then public life is not an option.

  3. Intelligence – well if you’re a lawyer and you passed the bar, then you’ve demonstrated that you’re smarter than the average person and you probably have a good idea of what the expression “we’re a nation of laws” means.

·        NO MORE celebrities –STOP!!! Arnold was awful, Jesse Ventura was a joke and Reagan, well…another blog. Al Franken seems to be the only competent one of the lot.

·        Just because you’re a “successful” business person (btw, we all know that Trump never was, but…another blog) doesn’t mean that you can transfer those skills and abilities into policy making and public life, etc.

There is more, but this is a start. So. WhaDaYaThink? What do you think? Let the impeachment proceedings commence and let’s get back on track.

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3 Responses to “President Wanted: No Experience, No Skills, and No Intelligence Needed”

  1. chipster Says:

    Michael, I agree with everything except what you believe the qualifications should/must be if you’re someone interested in running for President. I actually don’t believe that it should be necessary to be a “career” politician to run for POTUS. I do think you should have at least one stint in a state level position, just so that you’ll have gained insight as to how things get done. Secondly, I definitely don’t believe that you need to be a lawyer. You need to be able to think clearly, communicate clearly and have the sense to surround yourself with people who you respect and you can rely on. Have you never met an incompetent lawyer? I have! Don’t get me wrong, you know me. I planned on law school before life got in the way. I have a great deal of respect for them, but they’re not all good.
    Sometimes, you just need someone who really puts their heart and soul into it and has the greater good in mind. All the above is what TRUMP lacks.

  2. Michael Tabor Says:


  3. Michael Tabor Says:

    Wow!! Our moron President w/that “tremendous” vocabulary referred to the latest UK incident as a tragedy perpetrated by LOSERS. What a dunce!!! (BTW I know what you’re thinking – well the sentence construction isn’t bad…no I did that, he just used the word LOSER over and over)

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