I arrived here in 1995, a broken down vaudevillian from the old country. When I arrived in America, here is what America asked of me:
Nothing. I was free.
Free of my own past, free to succeed, free to fail. America did not even ask me to be a citizen. I choose to be a citizen.
Whatever mistakes we make along the way we, the People, always correct them. We the People, the citizens of the United State of America, are it's voice , we are it's soul, we are it's expression. Our leaders are but servants to our voice.
That is our Glorious Revolution.
Craig Ferguson - Prologue from 'A Wee Bit O' Revolution'
Cross posted to The Daily Brief