If there's one thing we learned in the past year, it's that anyone can be President of the United States. Well, more accurately, any average student who graduated from the University of Pennsylvania can become President, as long as they have (totally unrealistic policy ideas without any) substance.
Hear me out for a minute. I want to fix America. I'm realistic about what I can and cannot accomplish. And there's nowhere to go but up. (So why NOT me?) There are some obvious things that just about any sane, rational, responsible chief executive would push through - nationalized equal rights for all, regardless of race, gender, ethnicity, religion and orientation, tax reform that helps out the underprivileged instead of just rewarding the rich, massive and unrestricted environmental protection, etc.
But there are some not-so-obvious reforms that could also drastically, and immediately, make America even greater: