I'm just amused Kanye's decided his party will be called the Birthday Party.
Isn't that a good thing?
Maybe it's just because I'm not American, but personally I wouldn't want anybody with a military mindset leading the country.
The majority of United States presidents have had a military background of one type or another. Matter of fact, from 1945-1993 every president served in World War II in one capacity or another. They almost made it to the 21st century as Bob Dole, the final WWII candidate, lost in 1996.
It's been a recent shift that military service has become such a low priority among the electorate. In the 1990s, Bill Clinton had to face questions about his lack of military service in the Vietnam era. As recently as the 2000s, 4 of the 5 people nominated for president by the major parties served in the military (Obama being the lone exception).
It's actually served the nation pretty well I think. If you've been in the military, you've presumably learned discipline and leadership. If you've been a commander, you have real-life experience making consequential life-and-death decisions.