Our Artisan President
Are you more like Reagan and Clinton or Carter and Nixon?
Find the answer by taking the Kiersey Temperament Sorter personality test, which divides people into four distinct groups: artisan, guardian, idealist and rational.
Clinton and Reagan artisans, the most common personality type for presidents, according to today's story in Politico. Nixon and Carter were guardians, the most common personality type overall.
John Kerry was an idealist: "No Idealist has ever been elected president — information that might have been useful to the Democratic Party in 2003," writes Politico author Aoifer McCarthy.
I, too, am an idealist, which means I can't be president either.
Now give the test to your kids and watch their dreams die.