Are you proud of being American? Why or why not?

Cossack

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#21
Every nation under the sun throughout history has had a government that expressly controlled weapons and the ownership by the general public. The Bill of Rights was deliberate in the protection of private ownership of firearms as it was well known by past experience and understanding of history that all oppression stemmed from the barrel of a gun(weapon). Likewise all freedom is protected by the same. Simple and obvious truth. We all know this. Americans should instinctively understand this. Yet, for well on 50+ years the campaign of the left to "educate" the youth otherwise has produced a segment of society that does not understand this truth as logical as it is...
 

Graybeard

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#22
Every nation under the sun throughout history has had a government that expressly controlled weapons and the ownership by the general public. The Bill of Rights was deliberate in the protection of private ownership of firearms as it was well known by past experience and understanding of history that all oppression stemmed from the barrel of a gun(weapon). Likewise all freedom is protected by the same. Simple and obvious truth. We all know this. Americans should instinctively understand this. Yet, for well on 50+ years the campaign of the left to "educate" the youth otherwise has produced a segment of society that does not understand this truth as logical as it is...
In my opinion that began during the Vietnam war with the rise of a rabid anti-war activism immersed in pseudo-Hindu nonviolence as espoused by a seeming endless file of gurus who preached love, not war. Musical groups like the Beatles pushed all of that, and it caught on "biggly," as Trump would say, and persists in the form of baby-boomer liberal leftists in power today, i.e., guns = violence and should be abhorred for it.
 

Aethelstan

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#23
My pride in America is inversely proportional to the amount of asspain being felt and expressed by mouthy ovenable leftists.

Right now I am indeed proud to be an American.
 

RockMan

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#24
I'm proud of this country because of it's bountiful beauty and people. There is diversity here, and I don't just mean ethnic diversity. You go to Egypt, everyone is Arab in mindset, some more extreme than others but it's all on one spectrum. There is not such a thing as an American per se. You can find two completely different people living next door to each other, I love that.
 

Graybeard

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#25
I'm proud of this country because of it's bountiful beauty and people. There is diversity here, and I don't just mean ethnic diversity. You go to Egypt, everyone is Arab in mindset, some more extreme than others but it's all on one spectrum. There is not such a thing as an American per se. You can find two completely different people living next door to each other, I love that.
Yep. Homogeneous societies can be boring. I found that to be the case in Korea.
 

Tzar

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#33
I guarantee you that they will do quite literally whatever takes to keep her alive and try to deny president Trump another SCOTUS pick. As hard as they fought against Judge Dredd, I guarantee you they will fight harder to protect the legacy of RBG.
 

Cossack

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#34
Death always wins. If she is laid out in a hospital bed I don't believe that the SCOTUS has to wait to make a decision on anything to provide her an opportunity to add her leftist nonsense...essentially an open seat...
 

Contra

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#35
Wasn't proud during the time I served in the Navy, most of which was under Barry O's second term. Sensed a real lethargic and complacent aura about everything emanating from my peers at the time. It's as if everyone was constantly bogged down from fatigue due to constant poz exposure. Luckily I mastered the art of pretending to pay attention during our death by powerpoint poz festivals while listening to Mr. Mister in my head and drowning everything out.
 

RockMan

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#36
Hahahahaha same I went through med school/residency during the Barry years. Depression/anger/hopelessness/black pill. Then when escalator happened and every major clothing boutique dropped Trump’s clothing line I bought a bunch of his suits ties and shoes. I knew it was time.
 

Hermann

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#37
I spent Obama's first term lurking on Stormfront and a few other WN 1.0 websites. I spent his second term here. I remember thinking we would never have another Republican president in my lifetime and that basically we were fucked. Balkanization was our only hope.
 
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