If a good person is elected as President and does the job for which he or she is elected, which is to serve the people in the support and protection of their rights according to this Constitution, that person, if that person desires, should be able to continue to serve the people indefinitely. The President doesn’t have the power to make laws that affect the lives of the people. The President’s role is like that of a CEO of the most powerful corporation on Earth. The people are its shareholders; and their representatives—Congress—are its Board of Directors. However, only the shareholders/people can remove the CEO/President, eliminating any petty grievances that might arise with any of the individual Directors (congressional Representatives). The CEO gets things done and makes sure that what the Board of Directors/Congress mandates gets passed on to the managerial staff of the company. Experience is a vital part of being a CEO. The shareholders/people, who do not want to worry about the company, except that the person who has all the power in running the company has the proper experience to do so.
In addition, the CEO needs to know that those who are the closest associated with him or her are always available as a support and not a distraction to the CEO’s role. For this reason, the President should be able to appoint and fire the Vice-President at will. The Vice-President is not the person in whom the people have entrusted their lives and should not have the ability or power to usurp the President. When a Vice-President knows that he or she can be fired at any time for any reason, that person’s support and loyalty to the President will increase. Only for a short time, if something unexpectedly happened to the President, will a Vice-President be given Presidential power and rights. The people must always retain the right to place the greatest power of any human on Earth in the hands of the person whom they choose.