American Dream

It is the American Dream to spread freedom

To be free, both in body and in mind

To sing our anthem from the highest mountain

So they might hear it in the lowest valley

It is the American dream to seek oppressed peoples

And give them the gift of Democracy

So that they too can be free, and do as they please

Weather they like it or not

It is the American dream to celebrate diversity at home

And see to it that people in other lands

Can see how truly great and wonderful it is

To be an American

It is the American dream to help starving children in Africa

By guilt tripping our children into eating more and more

By spending millions to wrench people of eighty cents a day

And by eating a third Big Mac for the underprivileged

It is the American Dream to die fighting

Fighting for the right to make our voices heard

To vote for our next President

Or better yet, the next American Idol

It is the American Dream to praise God

So that he might bless America

And keep us free enough

To have a separation of Church and State

It is the American dream to have a new car

A new house, a swimming pool, a trophy wife

And then to buy a round of drinks for everyone in the bar

And say "Hey, put it on my tab"

It is the American Dream to pick up an M-16

Go into the deserts of places whose names we can't pronounce

And kill a couple of towel-headed Heebs

In the name of racial equality

It is the American dream to hit a night club

Smoke a pack a day, and drink 'till we drop

And say that drugs are destroying out youth.

Dear god, someone please wake us up