The Qualities of a Good President
In 1963, former President Dwight D. Eisenhower stated in an interview that he felt there were six qualities that a president needed to be successful. Among these were qualities were moral judgment, and understanding of what makes America a uniquely great nation, the ability to keep one's wits in a crisis', ability to choose good advisors, experience, and a strength of character. These are timeless qualities that make a good president, and something that your own son, possesses.
Standing before you is your son, a person who possesses many of these qualities and would make a very good president. First of all there is experience, can you say that your boy, who came from Alabama and served his country with distinction in the Army, does not have experience. The Army give a person an abundance of life experience beyond what civilians...
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