Can America Have A New President For Its Birthday?

Fourth of July, Happy Birthday, Trump, humor, Modern PhilosopherHappy Birthday, America!

You don’t look a day over 200.  Congrats on surviving another year.  This last one seemed more challenging than others, but here we are, celebrating your big day.

Woo hoo!

It wouldn’t be a proper birthday without a cake, so I took the liberty (see what I did there?) of getting you a patriotic one.  Looks delicious, right?

Now I know you’re busy, so I blew out the candles for you.  Everyone was anxious to have some cake, and we couldn’t cut into it while the candles were still burning.

I didn’t think you’d mind.

Oh, since I was blowing out the candles, I thought I might as well make your birthday wish for you.  It’s bad luck not to make a wish, and the last thing this country needs is another year of bad luck.

I made the wish that I’m sure a majority of American people wanted.  Despite was the Electoral College says, the majority does rule.

Fourth of July, Happy Birthday, Trump, humor, Modern PhilosopherSo I wished for a new President.

The one we have now doesn’t really seem to make the needs of the country a priority.

I’m proud to be an American, but sometimes I’m embarrassed by the actions, words, and tweets of the man the Electoral College put in the Oval Office.

I don’t really think the President would care if he were replaced.  It would just give him more time to play golf, make up catty nicknames for his enemies, and focus on his obsession with building walls.

I’m fairly certain the man would be fine with this as long as he got some cake.  So I’m saving him the largest slice.

I ran into Uncle Sam at the birthday party, and after I handed him his piece of cake, he asked me what I’d wished for when I blew out the candles.

I was hesitant to tell him at first.

Uncle Sam, Fourth of July, Happy Birthday, Trump, humor, Modern PhilosopherThat top hat and the finger pointing are a lot more intimidating in person.

But Uncle Sam put me at ease with a smile, and the assurance that this was a free country, so I could make any wish I wanted.

So I told him that I’d wished for a new President, Modern Philosophers.

Uncle Sam chuckled, and confessed that he had wished for the very same thing!

I guess that means I made the right choice.  If Uncle Sam isn’t the very personification of this great nation, than I don’t know who is.

Does anyone know how long it takes for birthday wishes to come true?  I really hope we don’t have to wait until next November…

Happy Independence Day!

About Austin

Native New Yorker who's fled to the quiet life in Maine. I write movies, root for the Yankees, and shovel lots of snow.
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10 Responses to Can America Have A New President For Its Birthday?

  1. Jeff Cann says:

    Do you know if that is a real cake? Can they color the cake like that?

  2. ksbeth says:

    happy belated 4th to you, Austin!

  3. markbialczak says:

    Happy Fifth of July to you, Austin.

  4. nomadmu says:

    Great piece. Thanks for sharing it.

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