Freedom of speech, the spirit of the Constitution

Discussion in 'Other Patriotism' started by currierp3, Aug 12, 2007.

  1. currierp3

    currierp3 Guest

    Judging by the comments from some of the 'members' posting to this site, it looks as if the enemies of the greatest nation in the world, the United States of America, have infiltrated here also. You may think that your anti-American comments are smart, but the fact that you are able to post them here is indeed a tribute to one of the most profoundly important documents in all of human history, the Constitution of the United States.

    As you probably do not know, the first amendment guarantees freedom of speech, a bulwark against the kind of oppression that existed in the United States at the time of our revolution, and probably exists in your countries of current residence, or origin. No doubt you feel it necessary to post your comments here, because there, you would be imprisoned or worse for speaking freely.

    The United States of America is a beacon of civilization, freedom and democracy for the entire world, and the American flag, Old Glory, is a living symbol of our great nation. Those overseas who profess hatred for America, usually do so out of jealously, and would gladly become one of us in an instant, as evidenced by the hundreds of thousands of people who flock here each year. As a foreign-born American, and proud patriot, I know this to be true.

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