I've been thinking about what it takes to qualify for the position of president lately. I used to think that you had to be a good person who could represent the people with a sound moral foundation without illusions or delusions clouding their judgment and a person who would always put the people first in all matters. Not only the needs of a few but the needs of all... but as I've matured, I've come to see the reality of it. It's set up so that you have to make a certain income to qualify. The lower middle and lower classes income people are not represented... you kind of have to wonder, is that how our forefathers wanted it? Was the presidential position supposed be reserved for only the wealthiest? I mean, I get the idea: those with the most money are supposed to equal the hardest workers and therefore would be most qualified... but there are less than honorable ways to acquire wealth. Most wealthy people today have simply inherited their wealth. They don't know anything about earning their keep. Just how to stand on the backs of others with a sense of entitlement. I believe these are the people that are running the country now. Our economic system has failed us and has allowed the 1% to hold an almost God like grip to control the rest of us to build their pyramids. We need to realize that they are not the reason that society exists. They did not build these buildings and neither did money. People did. Society doesn't need them and we don't need their fucking money either! I see the ultimate protest to their atrocities is to abstain from the dollar. These buildings and machines are a testament that United, humanity can do great things. An alternative to money must be found if there is to be any solution to this problem. A kind of people's currency needs to be made that would give the people more power than those who rule us. Something we all have and they don't. A testament of will. My thoughts are leaning towards poking the hill and seeing what pops out.