I think that it must be better to be a high school student here than in Iraq. I mean, here you can publish whatever you want, and, because of the first amendment, no one can do anything to you. For example I could say right now that George W. Bush smoked illegal drugs and is an alcoholic and I wont get beaten up for it. But if I was a high school student in Iraq and I said that we should become a democracy, hoo boy, not only would I be lookin' around for those 72 virgins, I'd also look down and see my family becoming forced terrorists. That wouldn't be good. I think what I'm trying to say is that, living in America, I can do anything I want except everything that is against the law, against school policy, and against my parents laws. But in Iraq, they don't even have a government, so the only laws they have is, like, survival of the fittest. Hehe. I incorporated Darwin's theory of evolution into my editorial. Hehe. Anyway, in Iraq, they probably don't even know the theory of evolution. That's another good thing about America: the education system. Our president is the prime example of it. At least we teach people English, and just like us, our president knows it. Sort of. Mostly. With the help of his cabinet. The point is, people in Iraq don't know English. They speak, what do ya call it, Arabic. That's like the language of dirt poor people who have corrupt govts. which steal the country's money. Wait, isn't that what taxes are for?
Until next time folks, and if you can figure out the
answer to the question, then thank you for actually thinking. That's something we Americans need to learn. Good-bye for now.