"The President has only 190 million bosses. The Vice President has 190 million and one." - Hubert H. Humphrey
Close, but no cigar. The people trust you. They believe you. They even admire you. They're just not sure that you're experienced enough for the hotseat.
Decisions involving foreign policy often require a cool-head to make the necessary calls. The American public's not sure you have the judgement to pull this off... but they're willing to let you sit in the backseat. Vice-Presidency doesn't demand an immediate need for quick decision making and leadership ability, but the public sure expects you to use your spare time to perfect this weakness. Remember, if the head honcho conks it, you have to be ready to take the wheel.
Crack open the whiskey and break out the celebratory cigar. You are destined for success in the Presidential Campaign. You exude confidence and charisma. You exhibit true leadership abilities and demonstrate the ability to make snap judgement calls if the need arises. You are well-respected for your strong values and your steadfast stance on honesty and loyalty.
The USA needs a President like you. You are one of a select few deserving of the influence and recognition commanded by the Presidential title. Congrats!
Everybody have fun tonight. Everybody Wang Chung tonight.
"Do you pray for the Senators, Dr. Hale?" someone asked the chaplain. "No, I look at the Senators and pray for the country." - Edward E. Hale
Sorry. You're simply not Presidential material. You simply don't have the leadership ability or the charisma to pull it off. The public have no faith whatsoever in you pulling through.
They do believe you though. Your spotless track record and focus on strong character values means they'd believe every one of your campaign promises and bribes. Too bad you're stammering too much for anyone to understand a word you're saying. You're better suited to an advisorial role.
Let's make you a religious adviser, hm? Not too much power. No silver-tongue needed. But your emphasis on honesty and loyalty should hopefully keep the President on track.