My Felicity, The Humanist President


Felicity (8) brought home a writing piece she did in 3rd grade titled, “If I Were President”.

If I were President, I would focus on state laws. Because if I didn’t, there would be litter all over the state. And there is going to be a lot of poor people. And no inventions. And no good food. And no money. And a lot of hunger.

And there’s not going to be health care. And no school for nobody. And there are not going to be learning. And no education. And no homes.

And people will be really poor. But if there was state laws, everybody would learn. And have homes. And have good food.

And nobody would be poor. And the world would stay in peace.

Behold, your next President. Powerful too. World peace and awesome state laws. A tad utopian and a small lack of civics education, but her heart is exactly where I knew it was.

Comments

  1. StevoR says

    I like and agree with her priorities here. She’d likely have my vote – if, y’know, I lived in the USA.

  2. Reginald Selkirk says

    If I were President, I would focus on state laws.

    Dear 8-year-old: the president doesn’t have much to do with state laws. He concerns himself with national laws and their implementation.

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