if u are to switch places with the President for one month...

Philippines
February 19, 2010 10:00am CST
what will you do for the country and why?? if i am to switch places with the President, i will first raise higher funds for the poor people so that they could change their lives for good..i will put up lively hood programs for them to teach them how to catch fishes on their own..(just like in the bible) second, i will also give more attention to the increasing number of out of school youths because i strongly believe that the children are the new hope of tomorrow..i will put up a lot of schools for less fortunate ones so that they would have the priveledge to learn just like those who can afford to have a good quality education.. and lastly, before my one month of service ends, i will enforce a martial law to catch all those drugs cindicates , human traffickers, and terrorists. how about you??
4 responses
@phoenix8606 (4978)
19 Feb 10
hi! I don't know if you are known with it, but we are not a presidental republic, which means the president of my country doesn't take some important decisions, and I think if i change my place with his, i will not be able to do nothing better than him or to change something in my country :(
• Philippines
20 Feb 10
ok..i see..so maybe then you have prime ministers to lead you all guys, right??so if you where to switch places to someone who has the power to lead your country, what would you do first, and why?? thanks
20 Feb 10
well, the first thig i am going to do, if i swtch places with the prime-minister is to find a way, to decrease the unemployment in my country, because there are many people who are leaving the country, because they don't have a job to work and can't support their families
• Philippines
21 Feb 10
that is also the case in our country, the increasing rate of unemployment..most especially now that we are experiencing worldwide crisis.. well, that's a good thing that u are concern with matters like that for most of the people today doesnt really care at all...thanks!!
@SomeCowgirl (32270)
• United States
19 Feb 10
If I were to be president for a month, I would look through the budgets and try to redo them. If there was too much money in one area, I'd move it to an area that needed it. I would have the SSI checks be sufficient enough for a person's needs as well as for them to be able to save. I would lower the prices of foods, and I would plow more fields for harvesting. I would set up a program that paid a certain amount of doctors in each state to come out and give check ups to those people who needed them. I would set up more communications between soldiers fighting in other countries and their families back home. I'd give them more leave to come home, or to meet their family half way. I'd have more classes teaching crochet, knit, and sewing. I'd set up more clases teaching gardening as well. There would be a barter system that allowed for more bartering to be taken place. If a person went to a grocery store and couldn't pay for their milk, then they would barter. Maybe a certain amount of hours for the gallon of milk, or giving a lesson (sewing, knitting, crocething, piano, etc) to the manager's kid etc.
• Philippines
20 Feb 10
yeah that is right,,if only the government think just like our visions..maybe our lives will be more beautiful than what we have as of now.. anyways, thanks for the comment..nice mylotting!!
@SomeCowgirl (32270)
• United States
19 Feb 10
If I were to be president for a month, I would look through the budgets and try to redo them. If there was too much money in one area, I'd move it to an area that needed it. I would have the SSI checks be sufficient enough for a person's needs as well as for them to be able to save. I would lower the prices of foods, and I would plow more fields for harvesting. I would set up a program that paid a certain amount of doctors in each state to come out and give check ups to those people who needed them. I would set up more communications between soldiers fighting in other countries and their families back home. I'd give them more leave to come home, or to meet their family half way. I'd have more classes teaching crochet, knit, and sewing. I'd set up more clases teaching gardening as well. There would be a barter system that allowed for more bartering to be taken place. If a person went to a grocery store and couldn't pay for their milk, then they would barter. Maybe a certain amount of hours for the gallon of milk, or giving a lesson (sewing, knitting, crocething, piano, etc) to the manager's kid etc.
• Philippines
19 Feb 10
are you a politician??just kidding..cause you sound good..and you think great..i think if that switching really happens with you thousands of lives of your people will be in great rescue..it will be a total life changing for them.. well i hope that youths of today will have the same points of view as yours.
@elly1384 (353)
• Bulgaria
19 Feb 10
hi in my country the president has no many ways to change the lives of people but if i were the president i should change the Constitotion
• Philippines
20 Feb 10
and what part of the constitution would you wanna change then??thanks