|President of the United States|
January 20, 2009 -
|Vice President||Mark Hamill|
|Born:||July 13, 1942
|Alma mater:||Northwestern University|
|Occupation:||Community Organizer, Politician, Soldier|
Harrison Ford was born into the wealthy Ford family on July 13, 1942. In 1960 he entered Northwestern University and studied political science and international relations. He stayed at Northwestern until 1968, during that time period, he won three medals in mock trial, and one trophy in wrestling. However, upon leaving college, the Financial Crisis of 1969 occurred, and he found it hard to find a job of any kind. Ford, running out of options, was forced to join the US Army.
He was accepted into West Point in 1970, and graduated in 1974 as a lieutenant. Ford was first stationed at the Siberian Detention Center in 1975, and was transferred to the embassy in France for guard duty. In 1984, he was honorably discharged at the rank of captain.
Early Political Career
Ford registered for voting as a Republican, so that he could vote for George H. W. Bush in the 1984 election. He became chairman of the Chicago Conservative Association, and during a meeting, met Calista Flockhart, a news reporter for the Chicago Times.
In 1992, Flockhart and Ford were married. During this time period, Ford was elected as Senator for Illinois, and supported the Chicago-Detroit Maglev Line, but opposed the mining of salt underneath Lake Michigan.
Ford, when not meeting with the Illinois Senate, can be found in parks cleaning up trash, going to schools and reading to children, and working as a volunteer at many places.
2008 Presidential Election
On April 25, 2007, Ford formally announced to run for presidency and Mark Hamill as vice-president on the Goodman Show. Ford's strategy to the election was charisma and the promise of increase in funding for education and infrastructure.
During the early stages of the campaign, Ford lost a majority of the southern regions of the United States, but managed to come back after winning Sonora, and defeated Calderon at Texas, Mexico City, and California. By the end of October, Ford had won most of the states. When Election Day came in November 4, 2008, Ford emerged victorious, defeating Democrats Rick Perry and Jeff Dunham.
Ford was inaugurated on January 20, 2009 and became the (insert number here) President of the United States. Ford was interviewed on the Goodman Show, where he stated: "Between the French Empire's domination of Europe, terrorism in Kurdistan, lack oil, and domestic issues, the US needs a new leader." Ford hosted a dinner party on January 22, which was attended by Ford's cabinet and a few other guests. Ford commented that education and infrastructure are vital for competition with the French, and that a strong military would show the French that we are not to be messed with.
See also: Hispaniola Earthquake
In 2010, the US state of Hispaniola was struck by a 7.0 earthquake with the epicenter being in the capital city of Port-au-Prince, killing nearly 32,144 people and damaging government and residential buildings. Ford's response to the earthquake was amazing, as he personally arrived to the state with the US Fifth Fleet and helped in the reconstruction.
The Syrian War for Independence begin on December 2, 2011 and Ford increased the sales of weaponry to the rebels to liberate them from their Turkish oppressors. Nicholas Napoleon I stated that Ford was pushing America into the depths of destruction and cripplization, but For retaliated, and stated: "The French Empire, a monarchy, will become a thing of the past, with independent countries that were conquered by the French will rise up against their French Oppressors, and bring down that beautiful sanctuary called Europe."
Tsunami in Japan
In 2011, when Japan was struck by a tsunami, Ford immediately sent aid from the Philippines and East Siberia to assist their Asian allies. He also sent contractors from Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Charter, Time Warner Cable, and other major corporations to rebuild the electrical infrastructure of Japan. 18,289 are reported dead, and severe damage to two nuclear plants, sending radiation across the northern island, while the Korea-Japan tunnel cracked, and had limited flooding.
2012 Presidential Election
On April 4, 2011, Ford announced his re-election campaign for 2012 in a video titled "It Begins Here!" and filed election papers with the Federal Election Commission