My fellow Americans, President John F. Kennedy once famously said, qHey, is that blond intern eighteen yet?q He also said, qAsk not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country.q We've changed a lot since JFK asked us all to pitch in. We've become a nation of narcissistic, yoga-mat-toting, service-dog-having, absentee dads and gluten-free, hand-wringing, hypochondriac moms of overcaffeinated (yet somehow still lazy) twerking tweens. And our government is an inept bureaucracy incapable of doing anything except getting in our wallets and in our way. We've got to get it together, America. That is why I, Adam Carolla, hereby declare myself Candidate Carolla. The tome you hold in your hands is a statement of my intent to whip our country back into fighting shape, to eliminate the qwhat are you going to do for me?q mentality that has invaded our country. President Me is my manifesto, my vision for a better place . . . free of Big Government, barefoot fliers, lazy hipsters who'd rather qOccupyq than work, and the other things that are bringing our country down. With my cabinet appointees, my list of worthy and necessary presidential ManDates, and tons of great ideas for fixing our health care, education, energy, and even national parks systems . . . behold an America we can be proud of. The America I see in my head. You're welcome in advance. Your future leader, AdamPresident Me is my manifesto, my vision for a better place . . . free of Big Government, barefoot fliers, lazy hipsters whoa#39;d rather aquot;Occupyaquot; than work, and the other things that are bringing our country down.
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