Future historians misread Richard Nixon's name as Richard Nihon. Japan ensues.
Yeah, remember that Avatar Aang is the one controlling Hitler's body. So Hitlerism closely resembles Aang's philosophical ideas prior to his death and reincarnation as Avatar Korra. However, he has moved away from pacifism after seeing how violent Earth was.That's pretty nice.
It's not like his own planet is very peaceful.Yeah, remember that Avatar Aang is the one controlling Hitler's body. So Hitlerism closely resembles Aang's philosophical ideas prior to his death and reincarnation as Avatar Korra. However, he has moved away from pacifism after seeing how violent Earth was.
*remembers that the last several posts he made were U.S. presidential infoboxes*This thread is already full of enough lazy, shallow U.S. presidential infoboxes. If it's not this one, it'll be another one.
Did some reading and found out his mother and Ted Kennedy had an affair. They also both got divorced in the early 80s...
Justin Pierre James Trudeau-Kennedy, popularly known as JTK, (born December 25, 1971) is a Canadian-American politician, the senior United States Senator from Massachusetts, and President-elect of the United States. Born as the son of Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, his mother's subsequent remarriage to American Senator Ted Kennedy made him a part of the Kennedy family. Trudeau-Kennedy has frequently been compared to his stepfather's brother, U.S. President John F. Kennedy.
Despite being urged by his father to enter Canadian politics, Trudeau decided to run for the United States House of Representatives in 1998 for the seat being vacated by his adoptive cousin Joseph Kennedy. After his father's death in 2000, he stated that running for Congress instead of the Canadian Parliament was the biggest mistake of his life. Regardless, he served as a Representative for 11 years. When his stepfather Ted Kennedy died in 2009, his Kennedy stepsiblings declined to run for the Senate seat and he ended up doing so, defeating Republican opponent Scott Brown in the 2010 special election. He was re-elected in the 2012 regular election. In 2015, he announced his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for President and defeated 8 primary challengers and went on to defeat his Republican challenger, former Secretary of the Treasury and Secretary of State Alex Johnson.
In the early 2000s, Ted Kennedy and Orrin Hatch teamed up to pass the Equal Opportunity to Govern. It is widely believed that Ted Kennedy only did it to allow his stepson a shot at the presidency. Thanks to this amendment, Arnold Schwarzenegger became President in 2008, defeating incumbent president John Edwards.