To the Editor,
What is a real president? A real president is a man or woman who is honest and has a deep trust in God, and an abiding love for this country. He should have successful experience running a business or serving in the Armed Services. He is well educated, thoughtful and slow to anger. He realizes that one person cannot know everything and, therefore, will surround himself with really intelligent people that have great knowledge in their field. He will be well-versed in American and world history, so that he knows what has worked in the past and what has not worked. He will be willing to protect our freedoms and value world peace. He needs to be unselfish and dedicated to serving all of the people and not be focused on his re-election. A real president will look us in the eye and tell it like it is and express himself clearly and inspire the people. He will work hard to free us to be the independent people who built this great country, and not want us to be dependent on government in order to assure our future votes.
A real president does not lead solely by pretty, empty speeches. It is not important that celebrities like him, that he looks and acts cool, or play basketballs, or sings. None of these things are important to a good leader, none will keep us safe or protect our freedom or help the economy. No, not one of these will find you a job or assure your children a good and safe future.
Think on these things on Nov. 6 when you stand in that voting booth.