an early image of the "Me Worry?" kid, possibly from the 1920s according to Wikipedia
Going back at least as far as The Yellow Kid, we've always had our Alfred E. Neumans, but we never used to make them emperors.
The upshot of telling a citizenry over and over again for two hundred years that anyone can become president is today's reality that anyone can become president - unless of course they're smart or work hard to deserve the honor and responsibility.
Mournful thoughts about the current occupant of the White House and the two cyphers whom the corporations are about to nominate to succeed him are the occasion for my reflection on this baleful subject.
We now know that Bush clearly wasn't an accident, and McCain and Palin scare me perhaps more - if that's even possible.
[image from wikipedia]