Originally Posted by Pipemajor
Where in the Constitution does it even require a Presidential candidate to have college credentials?
Perhaps you'd volunteer to post your transcripts on this forum?
Not talking about me. I didn't run for president. I'm just a simple guy. Successful, living pretty damn good, great house, awesome family, good future (unless the Big O keeps going), stays below the radar. Never wrote checks with my mouth that my
can't cash, never spent trillions of bucks that doesn't belong to me, never burdened millions of Americans with unworkable expensive health care ideas............should I go on?
Also, don't know where a president is said in the Constitution to require college credentials. However, I do think it is implied that he doesn't lie about his past.
Oh, BTW, let me add: Great, great job of deflection. We weren't talking about me, we're talking about your guy, the boy wonder.
Let me go further. My college credentials? 2 years hotshot. I'm in the upper middle class bracket. Why? I W-O-R-K-E-D for my status. My bi-yearly bonuses are more than a lot of people make annually. Why? I give value for my employers dollar. Health care? 100% Covered. Company car. Full dental. Retirement from Hell. Other bennies I am not at liberty to mention. Do I regret not having a PhD? Yeah, a little. Would be cool for bragging rights and self esteem. Ooops! Self esteem.............hmm, haven't had much time for that.........too busy living large and enjoying my place in life.
I will readily admit that I had to go by the "If you ain't gonna be smart, you better be strong" philosophy. And it's working like a mofo for me.
But we were talking about the boy king. He of the Law Review credential on his resume. Guess he should have been strong instead of "smart".............or chosen.
In short, to paraphrase the credit card commercial, "I'm everywhere I wanna be".