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End Zone [2014WC]

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posted on Sep, 4 2012 @ 08:20 AM
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"Don't worry, Mr. President. The plan is perfect. We have people in all the right places. Nothing will go wrong," the shadiest voice imaginable.

"Better not. You know the cost." Mitt Romney hung up the burner phone and handed it to one of his guys. A quick look in the mirror of his Trump suite in NYC, and he headed out to the limo.

For the crowd at the WTC memorial, "13 years ago extremists attacked America, killing 3,000 great citizens. Let us be reminded on this anniversary that we remain the worlds greatest power and have the strongest military in the history of mankind. Those around the world who wish to see us fall learned a lesson. America doesn't fold for anyone!"

The carefully selected crowd of loud supporters cheered over anyone who wasn't favorable toward Romney.

After a lunch with some Wall Street fundraisers, it was back to the White House aboard Air Force Once for the president. He had a big night scheduled.


Later,

On TV's in bars across america: "Welcome to Thursday Night football! It's week two of the NFL season and we have a great game tonight as the Washington Redskins host the New York Giants. Both teams made the playoffs last year, both have pro bowl quarterbacks. Many are even picking young Robert Griffin III as an MVP candidate after a big week one. And we have a high profile crowd...."

The camera panned to a sky box where the POTUS waved alongside the entire supreme court.


Half hour later,

"Eli Manning connects on a touchdown pass to tie the game! 7-7! And...wait a second...it seems the President is being rushed out of the stadium by Secret Service...but the justices are staying put...so we should be okay."



Twenty minutes later, CNN:

"Breaking news here at CNN headquarters. The First Lady, Anne Romney, was stabbed tonight while leaving a fundraising event for 9/11 victims families. She's been admitted to the hospital, we don't know much, but the initial report is that she is not in critical condition."



One hour later, CNN:

"In a crazy night, we have another breaking story. This one more tragic. There has been an explosion at FedEx field in Washington. It appears to be a bombing, and initial casualty estimates are in the thousands..."



Later that night,

The shady voice, "All went according to plan. The justices are all dead. The Supreme Court is ours. Your wife will be fine. The attack will be blamed on Islamists in the 9/11 tradition. Sympathy should win us some seats in congress in November. America is now at the will of Conservatives."

"As it should be. We need to repeal all of Obama's nonsense...I need to start having talks with the Military, looks like we'll be revamping the campaign in Arabia."

"Don't feel bad about the lives lost."

"I won't. I understand they are necessary sacrifices toward the end."
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posted on Sep, 4 2012 @ 08:24 AM
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Prepare for a visit. Maybe Homeland Security, or even FBI..

Just saying......





posted on Sep, 4 2012 @ 08:25 AM
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So... now writing fictional stories about future events is a crime in America?



posted on Sep, 4 2012 @ 08:25 AM
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Serious? Should I take it down?



posted on Sep, 4 2012 @ 08:29 AM
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Originally posted by masqua
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So... now writing fictional stories about future events is a crime in America?


No.Not at all.........

but................


In February 2011, the Department of Homeland Security announced that the agency planned to implement a program that would monitor media content, including social media data. The proposed initiatives would gather information from "online forums, blogs, public websites, and messages boards" and disseminate information to "federal, state, local, and foreign government and private sector partners." The program would be executed, in part, by individuals who established fictitious usernames and passwords to create covert social media profiles to spy on other users. The agency stated it would store personal information for up to five years.


EPIC v. Department of Homeland Security: Media Monitoring

This is a Conspiracy site, is it not?



He did get a S&F by me........



posted on Sep, 4 2012 @ 08:31 AM
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Originally posted by PatrickGarrow17
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Serious? Should I take it down?


I wouldn't. Its a great "futuristic" story.




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posted on Sep, 4 2012 @ 08:33 AM
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Yeah, I don't care I wouldn't mind meeting some agency hot shots. My user name is my real name so that should make it nice and easy for them.



posted on Sep, 4 2012 @ 08:35 AM
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Keep up the good work, BTW!

I love writing. I see you love it also.


Peace.



posted on Sep, 4 2012 @ 08:36 PM
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Wow, I am impressed. For a newer member, you have serious potential. Captivating story, and I couldn't stop reading. SnF. You should try a few more entries this month.

As far the content, if you had Barack instead of Mitt, then yeah, you'd be getting a visit.
For now, you're safe!



posted on Sep, 4 2012 @ 08:50 PM
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Appreciated, I saw a few of your stories on the winners list and enjoyed the time travelers one. Look forward to reading through more soon.

This story was my second posted in this contest, and I was on the verge of doing a third this morning but I thought it might be overkill. I'll probably end up posting it in the next few days anyway.



posted on Sep, 4 2012 @ 09:16 PM
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Heck, there are people who enter 5-10 stories or more per month. It all depends on the topic.




I thought it might be overkill.


Nonsense. The best way to hone your writing skills are to use them. Use them a lot. Besides, the more stories you enter, the better chance you have of winning. You never know when you write that one gem that people adore.




posted on Sep, 13 2012 @ 11:37 AM
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I'm going to take this opportunity to toot my own horn here, and point out that I included the phenom Robert Griffin in this story.

Griffin is a rookie quarterback this year, who was named NFL player of the week in his first game last weekend.

Any sports fans here?

Hopefully the rest of the outcomes in this story are false.




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