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The United States of Memes: President Biden's Plan to Rebrand the Nation

President Biden announced a bold plan today to replace all flags with giant memes. The move, which has been met with both excitement and confusion, is part of the president's efforts to bring the country into the 21st century and make it "cooler and more relatable."

"Flags are so last century," the president said at a press conference. "We need to embrace the power of memes to unite and inspire the nation."

The plan calls for the construction of giant meme flags, each measuring 100 feet by 150 feet, to be placed in every city, town, and village in the country. The memes, which will be chosen through a democratic process, will be rotated regularly to ensure that there is always a fresh and relevant meme on display.

Some have questioned the practicality of the plan, arguing that memes are ephemeral and may not have the same lasting power as traditional flags. But the president remains confident that the giant memes will be a hit with the public.

"Just imagine driving down the highway and seeing a giant 'dat boi' or 'distracted boyfriend' meme waving in the breeze," he said. "It'll be like a national party, every day!"

The president's plan has already received support from some of the biggest names in the meme industry, including Doge and Wojak.

"We are honored to be a part of this historic moment," said Doge, the iconic Shiba Inu who rose to fame on the internet. "Memes are the language of the internet, and it's about time they were recognized as such."

It remains to be seen how the plan will be received by the general public, but if the president's track record is any indication, it's sure to be a memorable moment in American history.