It's a trick question, right? Who should be and who probably will be is at different ends of the spectrum. The short list includes party mules who trudge us through all sorts of promise yet return to the same old rhetoric with nothing getting done. If a newcomer bursts onto the scene the focus is placed on if he had an illegal alien as part of a lawn maintenance crew that worked next door to his parents house as a trumped up scandal to marginalize his leadership qualities. In the long run with the lack of concern and short sighted due diligence the American electorate takes in choosing a President we really get the stooge we deserve.
Term Limits, Publicly Funded Campaigns and Lobby Reform and a caring electorate is our only hope of getting a working government.
Our next president should be a Republican if history is the judge of future events. Only once from ww2 on have we ever elected a candidate of the same party three times. The Republicans have a deep field of good candidates with high name recognition. My list would include Christie, Rubio, Jeb Bush, Rand Paul and Paul Ryan.
I hope it's not Hillary. I have no respect for a woman who stays with a cheater like Bill Clinton. She should have divorced him years ago and led her own life rather than depending on him to help her get ahead.
Unless the GOP can find a likable character they even like to run there is a strong possibility that Hillary will be a shoe in. We get what we deserve.
Can't happen with the current group of characters in charge. If Congress is the epitome of our corrupt political system then why should it not reason the slimiest of the bunch rises to the chief executives office?
Another Ross Perot? My vote went there...
by Susie Lehto14 hours ago
After THUMPING Clinton in Monday night’s debate, Trump headed to the sunshine state for a YUGE RALLY in Melbourne, Florida. (National poll has Trump 46.7% and Clinton 42.6%: http://www.latimes.com/politics/ )...
by Austinstar9 months ago
The right-wing camp is constantly calling for Hillary's imprisonment, even though they have spent 30+ years and countless MILLIONS of tax payer dollars to 'investigate' her, ridicule her, accuse her of wrongdoing,...
by donotfear6 years ago
..............he has lots of experience in foreign affairs.
by hubby78 years ago
After hearing Michelle Obama speak before the Democratic National Convention on Thursday night, I was forced to reconsider the question of who should before the next President of the United States--John McCain or Barack...
by spiritactor7 years ago
I believe that, ultimately, Democracy is a gift we continually give OURSELVES. But, as a society, a nation, are we ACCEPTING and USING it?
by Writer Fox2 years ago
Hillary Clinton is too old to be president of the U.S.Hillary would be 69 years old if she assumes office in 2017, which would tie her with Ronald Reagan for being the oldest US president ever elected. (You...
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