[quote]Bill Roberts wrote:
Well, a good Chief Executive in fact has the management of the various departments of the government done by highly competent Cabinet members who are the respective Secretaries of those departments. He chooses overall direction and deals with a few select issues, and everyone reports to him, but he does not micromanage the projects in general of these departments.
Then you have your sort of President who appoints Mao-idolists with zero private sector experience, and no experience running goverment operations either usually, while he himself also has no experience running anything. And scarcely bothers with Cabinet meetings, having virtually none of them, with an organization plan (if any) probably best described as “cluster****.”
How this relates to your original post is that in a properly run organization, rather than “just” two Presidents, in a sense you have a quite large number, each in charge only of their respective departments of the Executive branch.
Rather like a corporation which may have many divisions and a President (he may be named Vice-President but this is just nomenclature) of each division, though one President overall of the company to whom the others are responsible.[/quote]
Nice, so in a perfect world (obviously not ours) two presidents wouldnt be needed because the system would work like it should.Like the way you stated.