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Could You Be President?

If Sarah Palin can run for office, anyone can.

Take the Presidential Capacity Test.

Here are my results. I don’t really think I’m as slimy as this test would suggest.

Chief Legal Strategist
47% Values, 89% Charisma and 88% Judgment!

“In recent years, anyone in the government, certainly anyone in the FBI or the CIA … the main bad guy is the chief advisor to the president.” — Charlton Heston

You’re a bit too slimy. Some call you the puppet-master – the Presidential Adviser pulling the strings. Let’s be honest – you’ve got the charisma and the judgement; you’ve just got a few too many skeletons in the closet to sit in the Presidential highchair.

The public doesn’t trust you, and probably rightly so. You’re better suited behind the curtain, calling the important shots and spinning out perfectly-worded press releases. Many consider you to be the bad guy and certainly popular culture has painted you that way, but someone needs to make the decisions no-one else can. Keep pulling those strings.

Queen Latifah Wants To Know What You Would Do As President

Queen Latifah

Queen Latifah is partnering with Lifetime Television to talk to women voters across the U.S.

Every Woman Counts is the only public service campaign dedicated to encouraging women to speak out on the issues they care about most, vote and run for office.

Kicking off in January and airing on Lifetime until Election Day on November 4, Queen Latifah is recording the spots during her “The Trav’lin’ Light Concert Tour” and asking women to complete the sentence, “If I Were President, I would ….” Designed to draw attention to issues of significance to women, that are often lost in the frenzy of campaign coverage, the spots will also air as broadband vignettes on myLifetime.com.

Along with the interviews conducted by Queen Latifah, Lifetime will interview celebrities, political candidates, thought leaders, viewers and visitors at myLifetime.com with the goal of collecting one million responses on-camera, online and on postcards at grassroots events throughout the year. The answers will be shared with the presidential candidates, nonprofit organizations, and the media, and ultimately will be delivered to the newly elected leaders in the White House and the Capitol in January 2009.

So, what do you say? Enter your response in the comments section.

If I Were President, I would ….