Firstly, I want to say that this classmates blog post is completely inspirational. Not only does Roseanne Barr for president sound like a great idea, especially with all the commone sense, practical ideals that she holds but because she stands for everything someone should be when running for president! You shouldn't have to be big time or politically corrupted to run for president, you SHOULD be a driven, hardworking individual with a platform FOR THE PEOPLE. I absolutely love this.
Her goals are simple: arrest the corrupted (which would probably make up most of the political offices held today), outlaw war (because as history tells in America, the goals of war are a little skewed and again, probably corrupted), turn public funds back into the hands of the PUBLIC not the rich, and most importantly, outlaw all the BS that goes on constantly throughout our everyday, American life. My question is: why aren't all these GOP candidates focusing on the same issues? Aren't these just as IMPORANT? But then again, the presidential race is more about winning then it is about actually changing what is messed up.
Roseanne Barr, you symbolize everything that a presidential candidate should possess: solid, logical ideas and strategies that will make this country a better place to live. People like this give me hope that the American Dream isn't just a "dream," that peace itself isn't just a word that is thrown around for a political agenda, that it exists and there are people who truely wish to enfore it, rather than war. Thanks you, Andrea, for the post!