Some folks have complained that campaigning is taking the president away from his real duties of office. Granted he has staff to do a lot, from writing speeches for him to answering his mail. How much of his time do you feel should be spent attending to his responsibilities as your Chief Executive? How much of his time should be spent in Washington, DC? How much of each day should be personal, vacation, and family time?
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You won't hear any bashing from me, just accolades. I appreciate your comments.
There has to be a reason why so many believed candidate Obama could not run on his record of accomplishments in his first term. That aside, we do judge presidents by what they accomplish.
Not at all. In fact the question is asking what you vidualize as a president's job and the demands of his office.
The question simply asks "what do we expect from a working president?" The variety of answers indicates some varied expectations.
He may be "on call" 24 hours a day and seven days a week, but no one except a mother with a seriously sick child works 24 hours a day, and you better believe she is "on call", too!
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