Ten New Rules of Behavior for Kindergartners who want to be President

Thinking back on Robert Fulghum’s wonderful 2004 book,  All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten, it occurred to me that times have radically changed. Particularly for those who may aspire to the Presidency, new standards of behavior need to be adopted and practiced vigorously.  The following requirements for success occurred to me, and I’m certain you can add to the list to ensure election of the kid you hated most in school.

  1. Talk about how much everyone likes you
  2. Pout
  3. Blame others
  4. Throw sand
  5. Say mean things
  6. Promise big parties with presents
  7. Boast about your toys
  8. Pretend you’re a superhero
  9. Smirk
  10. Get first in line

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