Second in Charge
My father was once what I'am...In chage.
My twin daughters acts like loose women.
I know massive weapons of destruction, are in somebodies country.
I'll do battle with you, only to prove nothing.
No one can tell me I made a mistake.
To my American people I'am sorry, about your love ones.
But you must realize they died for my families revenge.
We're suppose to respect our president, and love what he stand for.
I have nothing against our president.but i think they could've cheated a better one into office.
Yes ladies and gentlemen I felt we were Bush Whacked!
X Out War!
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