Will for President! (election 2012)

We voted!

Did you?

Technically, Will is a little young to run for president...
(Details, details.)
I decided to ask his thoughts anyway on some of the key issues:
Education: "Kids should learn their letters and math.  And all kids should play outside everyday."
Gun Control:  "I don't think everyone should be able to have guns.  They might accidentally shoot somebody."
Healthcare:  "Well, if moms and dads don't have enough money to pay hospitals when they take their kids there, maybe, like when they go shopping at places like Toys 'R Us, they could buy their toys and then when the man hands them their change, they could save that up and that could be used to pay for the doctors.
Social Programs like Food Stamps:  "If Mommies and Daddies don't have jobs for a little while, maybe the government could give them spaghetti every day until they can get jobs."
Also.  "You know, there are people who don't have enough to eat.  We should have a big picnic for them."  (He has really pushed this picnic idea for the last few months so we have now committed to serving as family at a local soup kitchen!  More to come on that.  
Naps:  "People should take naps everyday.  It makes people happier."
(I fully agree.)

And finally, if elected president, he makes only one promise.
It's a promise he can keep.
You heard it right, "100 invisible dalmatians for all."
They really do make the best pets- very low maintenance... it's like they're not even there.

So remember,  Vote Will.

On another note, I came across this quote this week and love it:

I met those of our society who had votes in the ensuing election, and advised them:
1.  To vote, without fee or reward, for the person they judged most worthy;
2.  To speak no evil of the person they voted against; and
3.  to take care their spirits were not sharpened against those that voted on the other side.
-John Wesley, October 6, 1774

Happy Election Day!

(Here Will is about a year ago making the same promise.  (He's nothing if not consistent!)
Know one of the billion things I love about this boy?
His love of dressing up.  Here- the black cape and Santa hat.  In the above video - the fireman hat & golf club he was using for a hose.  I'm telling you - he is always dressed up as something!  Cracks me up!)

2 thoughts:

ywilbur said...

Love it! JK says: and to publications in the can of Nathan under God.... But gets all the other words right.. He is very loyal to Russia to and so adds "and Russia too". None of his schools so far has done the pledge though.

Liz said...

100 Invisible Dalmations for all! LOVE it!

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