Tuesday, April 08, 2008

A good president

[The following was written on a series of images of the United States....]

I would be a
good president because I
would say a lot of

I would
help the U.S.A.

I would
save a lot of

I would
seperate (sic) a lot
of the fighters.

I would keep
the whitehouse

I would
travel hraly (I think the candidate became tired during this part of the platform development).

I would share things.

I would be a hiraly (again, I think exhaustion set in) president.

- written by my 7 1/2 year old son

Who knows, maybe he is the consensus candidate? I particularly like his campaign promise to keep the White House clean.

However, I don't mean to smear this candidate but he cannot keep his bedroom clean.


Heather said...

He sounds like a great candidate to get behind.

Flower Child said...

ok, what is "hrly"? and "hrily"? I want to get behind him but these two words confuse me!

soccer mom in denial said...

Heather - I couldn't agree more!

Flower Child - he actually doesn't know either. He wrote it over a month ago and cannot remember what he meant.

The joys of first grade spelling.

Brillig said...

Well, he'd clearly be ten billion times better than, oh, that one guy who currently occupies that position...

(so stinking cute, by the way!)

Jenn said...

heh - if I could vote there, he'd have mine! on the grand scheme of questionable presidential words, I can easily overlook a hrly or two.

(thx for stopping by - my break is almost over. I miss it! I'm trying to slowly catch up in the web work and, per my reading list, it does seem to be the season for flaking for a bit!)

Thalia's Child said...

Maybe he's planning on hiring out help to keep the White House clean?

Goofball said...

very inspiring. I wish our adult politicians were as inspired as the youth.

Your comment at the end made me smile :)

Aimee Greeblemonkey said...

I'd vote for him!

painted maypole said...

i've been watching John Adams - and did you know that when the washington's left the presidential home they took EVERYTHING and left a big mess behind? (i asked my residential history expert, and he said it's true)

Flower Child said...

okay - bizarre words aside, I'd vote for him. he seems like a peace maker.

Sandy's Notes said...

I wish I could have seen the speech!

Rebecca F. said...

Very good speech.

I'm going to ask my first grader what the word is. Maybe she can decipher it. She's a master at phonetic spelling.

Cute post!

Rebecca F.

Rebecca F. said...

Hi again.

My six year old says that maybe it is "early"?

I would travel early? I would be an early president?

Ask him. Maybe she's got it. LOL.

Rebecca F.

Gunfighter said...

I'd vote for him. He seems to be a much clearer thinker than the current occupant of the White House.