1. Unwavering character and integrity.
2. Strong family life.
3. Legitimate business experience. It is ideal of the candidate has experience in multiple industries/business environments.
4. Must committed to making the government smaller.
5. Must be dedicated to reducing America's debt.
6. Must not spend more money than the government can take in. Simple: you spend what you have.
7. Must work with Congress to have a balanced budget year-to-year cutting unessential government services and agencies to avoid any deficit.
8. Should pursue reform of all entitlement programs.
9. Must seek to empower American businesses, especially small businesses as they are the backbone of America.
10. Must restore America's respect in God, as He is able to bless or take away. This does not mean he needs to push Christianity, but simply the idea of "In God We Trust," which the Founding Fathers obviously believed was important as they reference God in the Declaration of Independence. Also, many state constitutions reference God. In a letter to a group of militia officers, John Adams wrote, "Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other."