Supreme Court Justice
I was selected for this job because I am highly educated, have experience, and am trustworthy. After graduating from Harvard - where I met the current president - with a degree in law, I spent five years as a lawyer. I never lost one case. During this time, I learned a lot about the law and how lawyers win a case. Also, during college I was part of the student government and debate team. These hands on experiences and the relationships I gained from them allowed me to be where I am today.
I have a conservative judicial philosophy. I prefer a smaller government, less regulation, most services to be provided by the private sector in a free market, and literal interpretations of the constitution. In the Roe v. Wade case, I would have leaned towards abortion being illegal because human life begins at conception and your body is not literally interpreted as private property. In District of Columbia v. Heller, I would have interpreted the constitution as stating that all citizens have the right to bear arms, loaded or unloaded.