What would you do if you were president for a day, a week, or a month?
I would explore the White House. I have to assume there are 30-days worth of exploring in our nation's First House. Yeah...I would go exploring.
I would spend the first day making introductions and listening to my peers. In the following week I would review policies and events that required immediate attention, and discuss effective proposals. The rest of the month I would work to develop and propose needed changes along with my trusted staff, and guidelines required for these changes.
For great changes to take affect we must make many decisions on how to proceed, and these decisions take time for many to process and support to be approved. So being President for thirty days would not be enough time to really accomplish a whole lot.
I would get out my pen and start writing Executive Orders. The first would rescind Obama-care.
I would invite Dave Ramsey and Herman Cain to the White House (after firing half of the staff) on Day 2, and we would spend the rest of the week hashing out a sound financial plan.
I would spend the rest of the month firing bureaucrats, consolidating the Executive Branch, and implementing the plan outlined in step 2.
I'm sure there would be more, but this would do for starters.
I would cheerfully erase numerous countries from the face of the planet.
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