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  •  Take "We the people" to your Jerk Store teabagger (4+ / 0-)

    Someone called me a collectivist recently. I said America has been collectivist since the writing and ratification of the Constitution. Actually, you could even argue the Declaration too for it established the United States.

    Take this you teahadist ass-clowns:

    unite |yoōˈnīt|
    verb

    come or bring together for a common purpose or action : [ intrans. ] he called on the party to unite | [ trans. ] they are united by their love of cars.
    • come or bring together to form a unit or whole, esp. in a political context : [ intrans. ] the two Germanys officially united | [ trans. ] he aimed to unite Italy and Sicily under his imperial crown | his work unites theory and practice.
    See note at join .
    • [ trans. ] archaic join in marriage.
    DERIVATIVES
    unitive |ˈyoōnətiv; yoōˈnī-| |ˈjunədɪv| |ˈjuːnɪtɪv| adjective
    ORIGIN late Middle English : from Latin unit- ‘joined together,’ from the verb unire, from unus ‘one.’
    united |yoōˈnītid| |juˈnaɪd1d|
    adjective
    joined together politically, for a common purpose, or by common feelings : women acting together in a united way.
    • chiefly Brit. used in names of soccer and other sports teams formed by amalgamation : Oxford United.
    DERIVATIVES
    unitedly |juˈnaɪd1dli| adverb

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