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Friday, May 27, 2016

Call it as you see it

The process that I advocate for selecting a presidential candidate begins with a close examination of candidate resumes. Since American political parties have no standards for candidate resumes and their evaluation, the current approach is ad hoc, deficient, and most risky. The nation deserves better than that.

In my soon to be published book, How to Select an American President by James A. George and James A. Rodger (c) 2016 Archway Publishing division of Simon & Schuster, I describe the process. It comes from the historical analysis; creating a job model for a U.S. president, and derivation of knowledge, skill, experience and proficiency requirements against the backdrop of the U.S. Constitution, of course.

I can tell you something that you can see for yourself, the candidates from which Americans must choose today are not superior in quality. They are measurably flawed. However, there is little that can be done about that now.

The flaws begin with the failing of political parties to serve their constituents with a credible candidate vetting process that is forward-thinking, participative and transparent.

Furthermore, I have another book in the cannon that addresses the next stage in the process, which is the evaluation of candidate's specific policies and ideas. The approach doesn't favor one party or set of ideas over another. It seeks to make important considerations as clear as is possible.

Stay tuned to this blog channel for continuing information and updates.

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I am just taking a hike of historic places around the neighborhood in Montgomery, Ohio

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