Early life Edit
As far as James Madison could remember, he always wanted to be a gangster. When he met George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Ben Franklin and Tommy Devito he bacame one of the Godfellas who were literally are founding fathers who believed in one nation under God. They then fought the Revolutionary War, wrote the Declaration of Independents, and had the Boston Tea Party, all on the morning of July 4, 1776. America was now free.
Madison became President after Thomas Jefferson and continued the legacy of being a conservative and loving America. He took on Canada in the War of 1812 and taught them the lesson of Dont Mess With Texas. They succeeded in burning the White House down but Dolly Madison was able to escape with the portrait of George Washington, the lining of which contained nearly 12 million dollars worth of gold and jewels, which today equals 20 trillion. This would be the first time Washington DC had ever been attacked until 9/11, a day which affected Madison tremendously. On September 11, 2010, in honor of remembering 9/11, James Madison defeated Virignia Tech.
Marbury V Madison Edit
Madison is also known for participating in one of the greatest one on one basketball games ever, when he defeated Stephon Marbury in the epic half court match. Antonin Scalia refereed but was soon replaced by RON PAUL because no one could understand Scalia's hand signals. The game is known for its dramatic ending where Marbury's steal was declared unconstitutional by RON PAUL, giving Madison the game. RON PAUL was later quoted as saying "If that N***** ever tries to steal from a white man again I'll show him my second commandment rights." Dr. Paul later claimed it was a ghost referee and he "wouldn't ref a c*** sport in the first place and I don't mean the cat from Maine." Dr. Paul later claimed these statements were also made by a ghost writer (good show).
After the game they named the court Madison Square Garden in his honor. His jersey #4 was retired and still hangs in the rafters as a reminder of how are country used to be.