Mr. President, you have exceeded my expectations as sitting President of the U.S.
And as anti-Americanism continues to stem from within U.S. borders;
I, for one, am eternally grateful for those borders.
I know that one day America will look back on the 2016 Presidential election outcome, and view it as it is, not as they’ve been told it ought to be.
Domestically, the 2016 outcome was a victory for itself, for freedom, and for economic gain — and has thereby allowed for more virtuous strides to be taken towards a chance at world peace;
Mr. President, you have regained the trust of formerly neglected American allies, and have simultaneously restored world order;
Opening the venues in which peace, prosperity, power, and democratic principles work hand in hand;
May these druthers continue to flow in the direction of a more perfect Union; these blessings secured to ourselves and our posterity;
Mr. President, you have minimized the threat of nuclear warfare with the most dangerous threats our nation has ever faced, even with the mess you were brought into;
You have seemingly begun to pave a revolutionary path towards more peaceful negotiations,
Through your ingenious use of diplomatic soft power,
You have backed American sovereignty with threat of hard power,
With these strategic moves, the Trump Administration has managed to silence the long-term enemies who have always wished for destruction, terror, and harm for the West.
Most significant of all, the future of our global enterprise, along with genuine hope, have all been rekindled;
Our American rights to live life separated from government intervention, to embrace our individual liberties and own property, and to ultimately achieve our own versions of a dream almost forgotten;
A dream created by our Founders and fought with the lives of the brave heroes who still die in the name of our freedom;
Originally created as a rule of law;
By implementation of these Constitutional laws;
our basic human rights as diverse individuals and diverse citizens of this Indivisible Nation;
We are blessed with the freedom to collaborate and utilize each person’s contrasting abilities to partake in the spinning of our axis;
the mutually beneficial relationships we share as a nation no longer divided;
As we still hold these truths to be self-evident, the bringing forth of a nation created under the lawful notion that all men are created equal is as second-nature to us as Americans;
As is the oxygen we breathe;
And is as mutually beneficial to our counterparts
As the rain that falls and thus feeds our nature which recycles all of the Earthly elements of all life;
In sum, ten score and 42 years ago, the Spirit of 1776 was introduced to the universe;
And has since stood as the marker which set American ideals and our rising ambitions to strive for our highest selves
Apart from the rest Building our future
Is an American invention meant to be shared
Liberty’s principles combined with our American way of life, are meant to be shared — to be influential motivators– in which democracy and capitalization are to be spread to promote peace for ourselves and for others who have and will continue to adopt;
the most fair system of government to ever exist;
I am proud to have advocated for you, Mr. President.
Thankfully, and against all odds,
You and your administration have ignited the inner red white and blue flames of symbiotic free market systems on the global spectrum;
And turned back the wheels of time, while all at once bridging the gaps to fit into our modern society;
Our souls can now beat to the rhythm of a unanimous drum;
the new order of the ages has come,
And the United States of America– along with the rest of our human species throughout the global spectrum– can achieve more betterment of mankind, and thus, remain partners in life, working to create a better life as individuals and as one — to truly pursue our very own versions of happiness, and to spread our dreams and influence democracy to those who have yet to experience it, understand it, and hopefully one day, they may live it, too.
A few days late, but Happy Anniversary, Mr. President.