U.S. Foreign Policy and Military Democracy
Noone can say that America is not without complete understanding of the minds of foreign countries. The presidency has always been the bastion of democracy on the planet. Only the most forthright and intellectual individual is ever elected to the highest office of the land, sometimes repeatedly. If noone else is qualified for the job of President of the World, I mean, of the United States, then it is the duty of those whore are most qualified, eloquent of speech, of good moral character, and of sound reason to be reelected, by a generous and politically savvy constituency.
Militarily speaking, only the most moral of reason has the U.S. ever used its military forces around the globe. And, we only use our military with the utmost economic efficiency. Any officer in the military that has one iota of conscience will forthwith inform his superior officers, or even the presidency, that they will not be used in any manner that is not 100% in a purely defensive matter to protect U.S. soil. Ours is the shining example of how a military should be run. Our troops wash their own clothes, engineer their own weapons and do every possible thing, in-house, to keep our military running at peak efficiency. Of course they have to, because it is how tax payer dollars should be spent. Our military can hold their head high and say they would never be used for any sordid economic use. Our military stands ready to defend us from any foreign invaders.
It is simply amazing how many countries clamor to beg that we come and demonstrate to them how democracy can be practiced in their country. It is the only reason, and a fantastic one at that, that we send our troops to ensure the safety of our instructors of democracy. It is a small price to pay, but every American proudly pays taxes to aid our military being used in such a manner. And, those instructors of democracy have their hands full. It is very hard, sometimes, to get a good interpreter in those countries, since they sometimes don’t speak English over there.
Yes, U.S. foreign policy is so moral and right. After all, the country was founded by good Christian men, none of whom touched whine, women nor owned slaves. We can put our full faith and trust in such men to come up with a system, that we still adhere to, to the letter, to this very day. To that end, we have sent so many diplomats overseas, to help those poor countries write just such a constitution for themselves.