Thursday, February 8, 2007

Albert Pujols is More American Than You

Chances are that the St. Louis Cardinals' Albert Pujols is already a slightly better baseball player than you. If you call yourself an American citizen, now he's got you beat there, too.

The former National League MVP, Gold Glove winner and World Series winner scored 100 percent on the U.S. citizenship test on Wednesday, thus not only securing himself a position as an official American, but one that is as or more American than Captain America.

Think you could score 100 percent on the U.S. citizenship test? Try it. If you fail, don't feel too bad. I hear that the Dominican Republic recently had a roster spot open up.

2 comments:

Sandy Knauer said...

You have completed the VoteBook Citizenship Test

Your score was 10 out of 10.
Congratulations! You are qualified to be a U.S. citizen!


I passed the test but am not sure I want to stay.

(This makes me feel better about how poorly I'm doing on the Mensa test.)

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