Sensible leadership without the endless extremes could be a reality rather than a far-fetched idea. Maybe it’s time for a third option. Time to re-imagine an outdated way of doing things in a new way, it’s Third-Party Time! The only thing preventing a Third-Party from winning a general election for president is enough people voting for them.
In anticipation of Joe Biden’s announcement, many people are asking “Who is Biden going to choose as his running mate?” The question that follows is often “Will she be Black or White?” Since I don’t have a functioning crystal ball, I rely on a tried and true technique.
Short of being Biden’s running mate and his early demise, the only hope these POTUS Potentials have is to run in 2024 or 2028. If so, better luck next time. Who among them presents a numerical fingerprint worthy of being POTUS? Who among them should continue their pursuit, and who should give it up already? The poll numbers and the media may say one thing. Their numerical fingerprints reveal something more reliable and not subject to manipulation and margins of error — their true nature and potential.
This POTUS Potential shares something with Vice-President Pence featured in the previous post. The Senator from Delaware also lost his bid for the presidency to someone with less experience in politics and was chosen as a running mate.
With so much attention being focused on the Democratic Party debates and campaigns for the past six months, many people overlooked the obvious. Someone not even running for office has a better chance of becoming POTUS 46 than any of the candidates who spent hundreds of millions of dollars on failed campaigns.
A Refreshing Break from Fake News and Biased Journalism. This series of blog posts prepares readers (potential voters) for the 2020 general election by taking a nonpartisan journey from POTUS 1 to POTUS 45. Follow a secret map and gather clues along the way that may reveal the most qualified among candidates for POTUS 46.
A timely alternative to political rhetoric and corrosive commentary.