One-twentieth of the world

After eight years of George Bush betraying the United States, we can look forward to eight years of the Lizard Queen doing the same thing:

Cronkite said, “Today we must develop federal structures on a global level. To deal with world problems, we need a system of enforceable world law, a democratic federal world government.” Clinton, then first lady, congratulated Cronkite, saying, “For decades you told us ‘the way it is,’ but tonight we honor you for fighting for the way it could be.”

What could be more American than a democratic federal world government? After all, we’ll have almost nearly 4.75 percent of the vote; who wouldn’t want to live how the Chinese, Indians and Indonesians decide we should all live. I’m sure it will be for the best.