Which President revoked the statute that required each President to be evaluated annually by the Human Reliability Program staff at Walter Reed Hospital? The Republican gave him his business card and told him to come to his office for a job. Finally, since you are trying to determine if you have what it takes to be the most powerful person in the world, you must use a pen. Then he took twenty dollars out of his pocket and gave it to the homeless person. The first thing you notice when your feet hit concrete is that they are building a new airport in Key West, yet another trashing of a wonderful aging icon of culture -- the single floor, go-thru-security-on-the-sidewalk-since-its-too-crowded-inside, immensely user friendly terminal. I wonder if the political pundits crowding the airwaves could pass the test. Before they begin assuming things about you, you should know who and what you are and be able to stand your ground against. Which President was treated for prescription drug abuse while still in office? If you think you are a Democrat, which of the following statements best describes your political philosophy? Which President legally changed his name twice while in office? As a kid in Salt Lake City, there was a chain link 5' fence which enclosed the terminal, but it was free flowing and loosely drawn, so you really felt at home going outside to watch the planes land and take off.
The first thing Americans will want to know is whether you are a Democrat or a Republican. Which President felt so insecure with the Secret Service that he hired his own security team? Which President was sued for nonsupport of an illegitimate child? But if you are still undecided, the following story may help you decide your party affiliation. In many cases I'm guessing most of those in the hunt for the presidency will probably prefer combat after being confronted with this. I'll try to get my library to get it. They're a bi-partisan team; Burnett has a long career in Democratic politics, while her co-author is a retired military man who identified as Republican for much of his life. As nerdy as you feel in a leather coat and sweater, there is something almost refreshing about the blast of heat you feel as you first step into the muggy warmth.
Remember what John Arbuthnot, the renowned writer and physician, said sometime between 1667 and 1735, All political parties die at last of swallowing their own lies. Hillary and Obama may get a pass since like the press on her plane there is a Secret Service screening each morning. Americanizing oil wells in Middle Eastern countries platform. There may also be trick questions. Iris Burnett and Clay Greager have devised a hilarious test to see if you yes, you are qualified to be the next President of the United States.
A recently released anecdotal survey. Thanks Congress, the check is in the mail , should use the money to get a nipple ring or stud. Which President filed an application with the Patent and Trademark Office to acquire the rights to the Presidential Seal? I was looking forward to the latest because you know how I love your writing. Craig Greager and Iris Burnett, authors of So You Think You Can Be President? But you can see it on www. Remember, anything you share about yourself quickly becomes public information and can have serious or dreadfully silly consequences.
If you have a strong sense of yourself, you will be better equipped to deal with any rumors the media can dig up. How many Presidents have been buried at sea? Which President uttered the famous phrase, I never met an ex-President I ever liked? You will bring such needed humor to a campaign that is beginning to bore even me. Where did that week go? Tackling everything from your incredibly personal details can you account for every penny you have ever made? Passing the test should be mandatory for all big mouths who like to tell their friends they'd make a better president than the current crop of candidates. This book by veteran politico Iris Burnett and war veteran Clay Greager, who felt that if he could deal with death on the front lines, writing about Presidential Preparedness would be a piece of cake, is the exam you hope your First Official can pass. Not only is this book incredibly witty, it's actually full of very interesting information.
I want to see wands everywhere. How many weeks of paid vacation is the President authorized to have? You will not need to find the answers, because once you are in office, you will have an intern to do that. The chain link, once you stood back a few feet, almost didn't exist. Safe gossip is not like safe sex because one can still be fatal while the other is. What hasn't invoked that overused term in the last six years? On the campaign charter planes, in the absolute height of common idiocy the opposite of common sense the candidates themselves are wanded before they get on their own charters. You've mentioned it,but I want to know more.
What exactly does the leader of five legislative branches, ten executive branches, twenty departments, ninety-five independent agencies, and the free world do at his or her job every day? How you feel about living in a fishbowl. Which President won an Olympic gold medal? Now, have you made a decision? I shudder to think how George W. Using a pencil and attempting to change an answer will mean that you are incapable of real decision-making and will want to cater to a perceived majority view. Will you put up all your worldly goods if necessary? You feel that the government should be allowed to pass moral laws such as those banning gay marriages or censoring the Internet. How much money you are willing to borrow to get elected. The good news for all of those presidents past and present is that they can't be pressured into answering these questions, which is probably a good thing.
To avoid, any name-calling, finger-pointing, or nah nah ni nah nahs remember, you will be working in Washington , the trick will be pointed out somewhere in the question. You think Jefferson Airplane is a new discount airline. Your home or cell phone number and your legal voting address—just in case there is a question about where you will go into exile after the election. Quickly read through the Constitution. I was typing away, blobbing along, finished, posted, and it seems like yesterday. Who was our poorest President? In 1956 that was second only to watching the out of towners line up for the Sunday Morning Tabernacle Choir performances, on Temple Square. Before tackling the trivia section, make sure you know the following: a.
Cindy and John McCain -- arms out! Which Presidential candidate, after being nominated by his party, declined to accept that nomination? Think of it as a warm-up for the more difficult sections to follow. The E-mail message field is required. Iris Burnett and Clay Greager have devised a hilarious test to see if you yes, you are qualified to be the next President of the United States. Are we becoming like that? Tackling everything from your incredibly personal details can you account for every penny you have ever made?. Who was our wealthiest President? Which President wrote his memoirs using a pseudonym? Of course, you get to keep your job, and these days, that is saying something. Am I doing something wrong? Or, How can a person be 100% disabled and still be alive? Before you begin the actual test, below is a surprise just for fun trivia section to see how mentally well rounded you are.
Have you ever thought, I could do a better job than that bum in the White House? A limited number of housing vouchers were being made available for what turned out to be a much larger number of applicants. In fact, they kept telling people who'd brought their kids where do you stash them when you're in the middle of looking for a home? I recently came across a from the Palm Beach Post, showing in loathesome detail the police response to a large gathering of hopefuls at the Boca Raton city housing office. This picture pretty much explains Key West But that is, I suppose a blob for another time. This is what it's come to. In Presidential politics, it is extremely important to know the answer to this question before other people namely, gossip hungry Americans and slick politicians make your mind up for you. As this process may be too difficult for some test takers, we are allowing candidates one lifeline of their choice; whether it be a relative who may serve later as an intern or an intelligent friend you would consider for Chief of Staff. The cops were called in to make sure no one went postal while in line, and once the vouchers were awarded, out of the line, as the crowd went home.