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King William I Americans these days are too spoiled Freedom and crime are far too rampant Whatever happened to the good old days of ruthless bloodthirsty monarchs Rulers who would send the citizens quivering with the mere mention of their names Kings whose wanton cruelty and disregard for human life pleased and amused us all There is one thing and one thing alone that we as a nation need to return us to the subservient useless entities that we truly are That one thing is a king What better man for the job than William Jefferson Clinton A king and Bill Clinton are so utterly dissimilar that I know I must sound crazy but just embrace this idea however ludicrous it may sound for just a moment I mean think about it Would it be that much of a change Clinton is already by far the most powerful man in the universe Let us just analyze the things that made a king and the things that make Bill Clinton First of all a king was able to wage war with whomever he wanted without the approval of a legislative body Is that not what Clinton did earlier this year We waged a war with a country tens of thousands of miles away under the flag of NATO which Clinton practically controls anyway He used the United Nations as an excuse to intervene in something that didnt concern us because it was in the best interests of mankind as a whole That was not unlike the Treaty of Vienna in the 19th century The treaty basically gave the most powerful nations in Europe the right to intervene and interfere in any conflict or uprising that was deemed harmful to the rest of Europe The treaty was written by countries where by and large monarchy was still prevalent So it would not be much of a change to just make
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