Four More Years JFK's Second Term Nearly Assassinated
Having had such distinguished founders as George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, and Benjamin Franklin, our country has somehow elected the likes of Richard Nixon, Jimmy Carter, Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reed, Barney Frank, and Christopher Dodd. The premise of Four More Years is in many ways a reflection of the deterioration in the morals of our modern leaders. Who would knowingly promote and use their political power and influence to coerce lenders, under threat of reprisals, to make loans they knew would not be paid? Who would allow the Chinese government to make contributions to a presidential campaign through intermediaries and in return be allowed to steal missile technology? In terms of fiscal responsibility, who would vote for 9,000 individual spending projects, amounting to hundreds of billions of dollars, a bridge to nowhere, the mating habits of the chimpanzee, or many other such outrageous wastes of taxpayer money? Our whole Congress-Republicans and Democrats alike-that's who! While there are some exceptions, the people we have elected to run our country in recent decades have, to put it in a nice way, been morally challenged and corrupted by the political process. Four More Years is a story about a man elected to lead the most powerful army on the planet and who uses that power to seek revenge against rival political factions that botched an attempt to assassinate him. Too late to realize he was wrong, he pays a price far greater than he ever expected. Four More Years tells the story of a president who used U.S. Special Forces to kill everyone he suspected of being part of the conspiracy to assassinate him and of Mafia revenge when they fight back. Raised in a family that was among the wealthiest in the nation, he never really understood the mentality of a street fighter. Realizing he could never win the fight he started, he resigns the presidency in the hope of putting an end to the murders.