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RUNNING HEAD: GENERAL GRIEVOUS FOR PRESIDENT GENERAL GRIEVOUS FOR PRESIDENT 1

GENERAL GRIEVOUS FOR PRESIDENT
Sean Sawicki
ITT Technical Institute
January 21, 2012

GENERAL GRIEVOUS FOR PRESIDENT 2

GENERAL GRIEVOUS FOR PRESIDENT

When it comes to politics we always debate which is better, republicans or democrats. Every four years we are faced with the decision to vote for the next Commander and Chief, with our economies in great ruin, unemployment at an all time low and war throughout the planet, it’s time to really face the facts of who’s really going to get the job done. One who will fight to the end to save our economy, or the one who wants to just save the people closest to his beliefs? Well that time has come, with our two running candidates General Grievous (democrat) and Wookie Chewbacca (republican). When we sit back and look into the past of these two candidates, only one stands out in the crowd as the next commander and chief “General Grievous”. According to Darth Sanwicki (2012), creator and trainer of Qymaen jai Sheelal, “The Brain of a human, body by Intel”. Looking into the republican party we see high class people making high class decisions, whatever happened to the Republican belief ” legislations should will be on the Jedi table ...your Jedi members and senators will probably try to get peace on a state or local level rather than national level “The republics guide the government, Princess Queen Amadilla(2012). Running mate Wookie Chewbacca from the home planet of Kashyyyk, what were the republicans thinking, his main supporters are Ewoks who raised him after his losing battle on his home planet. Now we are looking to him to be our leader, with only academic smarts and a gift with mechanics this Shyriiwook speaking candidate is…...

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