Wednesday, 20 October 2010

America speech

by Oli

Fellow citizens. Today I have been made an American and I can think of no greater joy or honour. 
I admire this nation’s towering ideals of freedom, equality and brotherhood, but it is the smaller things that have enraptured me. I have become an American, and with this been invited into a land of Corvettes, Wonder Woman, Buddy Holly and Ray Ban sunglasses. From the sprawl of suburbia to the empty beauty of its wildernesses, I know that I shall always feel welcome and privileged to call this country 'home'.
This is the speech that I shall give should I ever be granted some sort of honorary citizenship of the USA. I imagine there would be an opportunity to give a speech.

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