Given that this election has resulted in scrutiny of even kindergarten essays written by contestants, parents have a crucial role to play to ensure that their child adheres to the median even when her consciousness is yet to be fully developed. And there is enough incentive for parents to make such efforts given that there are a lot of elected posts at different levels making politics a very realistic and attractive career option. Parents should therefore follow every survey that appears in newspapers or other media and cultivate in their child those aspects that are most favored by the majority of the people as indicated in those surveys. Parents need to also groom their children, the potential candidate, to be tough. It’s not necessary to be physically tough even though an army stint during the career does earn a few extra points. Often it’s enough to know the names of a few opponent nations and the nastiest weapons so that when they are contesting, they can combine these two and say “I will not hesitate a moment to nuke
And one last thing; till March, Obama had raised $234 million Clinton, $189 million and McCain, $76 million for their campaigns. Given such astronomical figures, it may not be a bad idea for parents who would wish to groom their children as potential candidates to start raising funds for the 2052 elections right now.