With a national election upcoming in the United States, I have been wondering how much the average American knows about the rights of U.S. citizenship. Naturalized citizens are required to pass a citizenship test (see link ) but those of us born as American citizens have no such requirement. I think it is time that ALL Americans, if they want to be called Americans, stand up and take a test to prove that they are indeed true-blue one hundred percent U.S. citizens.
Ergo (meaning more pompous than therefore), I offer the Curmudgeon-at-Large True-Blue United States Citizenship Test.
2.What is the first question asked by a defense attorney to his client?
3. What is the proper drink for the Fourth of July?
4. Where was President Barak Obama born?
5. Where was Donald Trump born?
6. Which person below is NOT true-blue one hundred percent American?
7. What do you do when go into a voting booth?
8. In the event no candidate for President of the United States receives the required number of electoral votes, who chooses the next president?
9. What are the three branches of government?
10. Match the statement to the president.
|a) I am not a crook.||George H.W. Bush|
|b) I did not have sexual relations with that woman.||Richard Nixon|
|c) Read my lips.||Lyndon Johnson|
|d) Gerald Ford can’t piss and chew gum at the same time.||Bill Clinton|
11. What are the first words a foreign-speaking naturalized citizen should understand when entering the United States?
12. How often does the United States Constitution get changed?
To get your results, please place your answers, a self-addressed stamped envelope and $500 in cash (preferably small bills) in a sealed envelope and mail it to:
You will receive the answers that you deserve.
Your welcome, America!