The power of a one-term president
Donald Trump may not be a one-term president, but the good news is that he'll probably behave like one for however long he is in office.
And why is that
Because he will never play the political game. He will just do what feels right to him and not worry one bit about what impact it might have on a possible re-election bid in 2020.
A little background. In August of 2011, I posted two blogs about our need for a "one-term president," one who doesn't really care if he's re-elected and, therefore, not bound by the restrictive chains of politics.
Which brings up my
hope for Donald Trump. We know he wants to get rid of Obamacare; we just need to find a way to enlighten him regarding the profound importance of truly promoting health instead of just "managing disease."
If he listens and is willing to promote the science and clinical evidence behind the favorite food of cancer and heart disease, he could go down in history as the fearless leader who "trumped" cancer and heart drugs by promoting a simple shift to a diet of mostly whole plants. He would get credit for saving many millions of lives and trillions of dollars.
Do you think he might enjoy being praised around the world as the great leader who tamed cancer, heart disease and diabetes? And there's more!
Even without believing that climate change is real, he will have done more than
ANY other leader
EVER--to reverse it.
It really can happen; all he has to do is "
grab 'em by their parsnips."
Today is 11-11, a perfect day to begin thinking positively about our future. For background reading on my "one-term president" philosophy, check out these two August 2011 blogs: