A president can make a big difference globally and environmentally
The Kansas City Star
A president can make a huge difference not only in this country but also globally. Imagine if Al Gore were the president instead of George W. Bush. The whole planet would have benefited if we had an environmentally friendly president like Al Gore. Of course, the rest of the world can move forward with clean energy technology without the US as their leader.
In the end, a president will be emerged democratically. There are so many factors that determine the outcome — the population’s education level, money, religion, race, and of course, intelligence. Mother Nature plays no role in this process.
I remember clearly each time my son came back from a national competition, he felt dejected because top 10 winners were always from east (specifically northeast) and west coastal states.
I believe the country and the Mother Nature surely will benefit if the east and west sides prevails in the end.