If I Were President

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As your president, I would make many changes to the economy, education, healthcare, and the military. I came here today to talk to you about the changes in the military that would come into place when I am elected. If I step into the oval office, I would order more expensive standard gear to every American soldier, no matter the rank. This is because lives are more important than money and I would be an unqualified president if I thought otherwise. As president, I would also invest more money into special operations as they are our most qualified assets to do any task necessary. I would also give soldiers more comfortable lives during, and after they are in the military. I believe every store should have a mandatory five percent military discount to help support the people who risk their lives for our freedom. Overall, I think we should invest more time and energy into the soldiers who risk their lives on a regular basis to fight for the American way. 

Every year, too many American soldiers die because of cheaper, less adequate equipment than the slightly more expensive protective gear. As your president, I would supply every American soldier with the most protective gear possible. Their lives are worth more than any cost and we will deploy them with that mindset. Additionally, I believe our troops should have more effective training. With more safety drills, and more in-depth training in every soldier, fewer lives will be lost on the battlefield and in training exercises. Even with more expensive equipment and training, taxes will not raise. This is because I have created a plan to cut all programs that are superfluous or not the most efficient use of taxpayer's money. Overall, I know that the brave troops we deploy are the most valuable asset we have and we should give them the training and protection they deserve.

Another thing I would change as president would be the living quality for soldiers. After war, many veterans come out with mental or physical...
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