State of the Union Address, Circa 2013

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by One Pissed-off Vietnam Vet

George Washington was originally asked to be king of the United States, but he refused

(Oct. 18, 2011) — Good evening, my fellow citizens. I’m here to give you my take on the current state of affairs with America, but before I do, I have requested that those who hold a direct responsibility of the sad state that this country is in be removed from the premises, which includes all members of the Supreme Court, Joint Chiefs of Staff, and elected Representatives and Senators.

While the Sergeant-at-Arms is escorting them out, I’m going to get right down to the facts. This year, 2013, is when the Federal Reserve Bank charter is up for renewal, which is, as I promised you during my campaign, not going to happen. Starting now, the takeover of our money starts with a full, complete, and honest audit of the Fed and, even as I speak, warrants for the arrest of all of its officers have been issued and they will all be in jail tonight on the charge of fraud on the American taxpayer.

We are in a World War. It’s a war between the educated and the ignorant, between the future and the past, and between freedom and slavery.

Even though we have many problems, the concern that this country even has a future is first and foremost.  Western Civilization is under attack by Islam, a political philosophy which will be the death of us all unless we get it together as a people who at least are cognizant of the danger, and I’m talking directly to the people in Christchurch, New Zealand, as much as I’m talking to those in Corpus Christi, Texas.  It’s a sad fact that our enemy has made such successful inroads into all of the non-Islamic countries through the astounding oil revenues that we have paid them since oil was discovered by an American in the Middle East. The West paid for and developed extraction techniques, built the pipeline and the delivery vessels required to move the crude, yet it is they who hold us hostage economically for our failure to be totally energy-independent from the oil of the Middle East.. That will end.

In America, our education system has deteriorated to the point where an ineligible candidate made it all the way to the White House, and those in Congress who should have spoken up, but didn’t, about the fake birth certificates and the illegal Social Security number of Obama, were elected or reelected. Also, the standards of all of our institutions, from universities to firemen, have suffered because of Affirmative Action. That will end.

George Washington said, “In time of peace, prepare for war,” and we are now at war but are treating our military as if we weren‘t. The current rules of engagement, whereever our troops may be, doesn’t sit well with this veteran. That will end.

And lastly, I’m going to say a few words about reliving past wrongs as if they are in any way relevant today: I assure you that they are not. America is not about the past, but about the future. I am part American Indian, and the Trail of Tears was real for my people, but that was then, and this is now. We live in the here and now for the future of generations of Americans. Words like “racist” and “bigot” have no meaning, so don’t us them to incite dumb people to act dumb: it demeans all of us.

And as a final reminder, all illegal immigrants and Muslims have until the end of the year to vacate our country. Those who fail to meet the deadline we’ll confiscate all of your possessions and kick you out anyway. Fair warning.

Thank you for listening to this speech. I think we’ll have a chance to keep our Constitution as the law of the land. Thank you.

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