The Vetting Process
The vetting process is one of the most agonizing aspects of running for office. Mitt Romney is currently undergoing the process in his pursuit of a running mate. Barack Obama went through the process in 2008 and somehow ended up with Joe Biden. I went through it in 2008 and again a few months ago. I went through the traditional vetting process in 2008 and it proved to be disastrous. I would find out after the process that candidates were either felons, Canadian, under 35, or (in the case of one of the female candidates) unwilling to put out. I ended up running for both President and Vice-President because I couldn’t find a qualified candidate for vice-president.
My 2012 search did not start any better. I found someone who was fully qualified but backed down once she was under the media scrutiny. It was soon after my trip to the ashram in Oregon in 2009 that I discovered a better vetting process. I have learned to trust my instincts and use vetting methods and decision-making that work best for me.
I cannot speak with certainty about the other candidates, but I am well-equipped to handle the challenges I will face as President.
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