Thank God for four more years for Obama

2012-11-15T00:00:00Z Thank God for four more years for Obama
November 15, 2012 12:00 am

No group should be more excited for the future, and more specifically the next four years of Barack Obama, than the young people of our nation.

First, we will be facing loads of new jobs, probably more than there are people to fill them, all with good salaries.

Second, we’ll all have free health care. Never mind that it’s paid for by those rich snobs who make more than $250,000; they don't deserve their money anyway. Tax rates of 50 or 60 percent are not nearly enough; if they make that much they should pay all of their income to the government.

Obama’s energy policies are surely going to make life easier as well. By 2025 we’ll all have limitless free green energy, and we’ll be able to drive all those stylish, roomy, electric cars, because they barely use any energy.

Last, the social utopia. Not only will we have no guns or weapons for people to hurt each other with, but we will have freedom to live any way we want, regardless of anyone’s spiritual opinions.

- Scott Kamp, St. John

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