by: Alex Spinner & Julianne Herrera
2. Encourage dynamic conflict reslotion,
3. Trust between the government and the people
4.Be able to communicate a clear and inspiring vision to his administration and the country.
5.Effective and resolute decision making from all levels of his administration.
Executive: to sign or veto legislation, command the armed forces, ask for the written opinion of his Cabinet, convene or adjourn Congress, grant reprieves and pardons, and receive ambassadors
Diplomatic: make treaties that are then subject to ratification by the Senate.
Judicial: to pardon and grant reprieves, the power to appoint federal judges and the power to appoint justices to the Supreme Court.
This power is most important because it gives power over our nations armed forces and power to sign veto legislation.
5 skills needed to be a successful president:
- Good decisions maker. Is able to make educated and reasonable decisions in a timely manner
- Communicate. Is able to communicate clearly and forcefully to the press and the people of the nation.
- Is a good citizen. Has and shows good values to his family and to the nation so people are able to trust him without question.
- able to give confidence and motivation to the nation.
- Is able to discuss and negotiate well with foreign leaders.
MORE AFFORDABLE HEALTHCARE
As president I would try my very best to make healthcare more affordable. Right now by enforcing every family to have health care is making their monthly bills rocket up. Instead of forcing people to have health care I would encourage it and instead of fining them if they do not have it, I would not have a fine at all. Healthcare should be a choice not a law.
opponents of Obama Care said federal government did not have the power to pass such a sweeping piece of legislation mandating that everyone purchase health insurance.