We elect a President expecting that for 4/8 years to dedicate-their time in focus on the many aspects of governing the entire US. Included in the full time dedication is the uprooting of their family to support the President. The so called job is all consuming, risky, many times thankless, and always very hard. Most of our retired Presidents go on to do charitable work that furthers programs that they enjoyed, or feel are important in some way and benefit citizens. Is it too much to ask that we recognize their dedication with a pension that permits them to continue to further programs to benefit all of us?