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What should be the top three priorities for the next Presidential administration

  1. Marisaupa profile image59
    Marisaupaposted 5 years ago

    What should be the top three priorities for the next Presidential administration?

    Be it that Obama is reelected or that Romney moves to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, what should be prioritized and acted upon on during their first one hundred days in office?

  2. Agantum profile image60
    Agantumposted 5 years ago

    New carpets and drapes, but only from local textile mills.
    Remove business processes and software from patent laws to stop stifling innovation by wrongly granted monopolies, its pro-capital anti-social legalised crime.
    Make prescriptions for drugs legal only for tested benefits and legislate drug companies to only use qualified pharmacists or doctors as salespeople.

    I am joking. 100 days is not enough time to get all the swatches in let alone put in an order for carpet.  Don't even get me started on the drapes.

    1. Attikos profile image78
      Attikosposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Wallpaper? Maybe the next first lady could learn to hang it herself. And her husband could learn to fix broken toilets. He'd accomplish more that way than his predecessor has.

  3. handymanbill profile image81
    handymanbillposted 5 years ago

    I would use one word but it would be to short. JOBS. They other way would be to quit subsidizing big business with bailouts. If they fail, they fail. No new taxes. The next one I will get some heat for. Make Marijuana Legal and tax the heck out of it.
    I believe that it would help work on the deficit fast. Over turn Obama care or at least fix it. It will not work under its present form. (That might become a moot subject anyway as soon as the Supreme Court Rules.)

  4. profile image0
    JThomp42posted 5 years ago

    The Economy, The Economy, and The Economy which would include Jobs for Americans. Also get rid of NAFTA!!!!! Which has made China a VERY Wealthy Country. They do not have any health guidelines at all in China. I wouldn't suggest eating ANYTHING made in China. Period.

  5. Dennis AuBuchon profile image83
    Dennis AuBuchonposted 5 years ago

    The three things that should be the top priority is a plan to reduce the size of our debt.  This would provide some confidence in the economy which would potentially spur companies starting to hire new employees.

    The second would be to get a bi-partisan energy plan which would include removing the roadblocks to access our natural resources such as oil and gas.  This would also increase jobs and spur more income for the economy.  An energy plan should also include developing alternative sources of energy.

    The last priority would be to reduce the size of government and government regulations.  Accomplishing this would involve streamlining government operations as defined in the GAO report and adhering to the role of the federal government as defined in the Constitution.

 
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