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I participate in democracy.  I stay informed.

I vote.

I am an American.


I go to work.  I do my job to the best of may abilities.

I pay my Taxes.

I am an American.



I am American-educated.  I started discussions in my college course work-groups.

I cherish the good parts of our unique History.

I am an American.


I am concerned about our Future.  I see the opportunities of my youth, fading away.

I worry that the wealthy class have become too powerful, and too unaccountable.

I am an American.




John Sununu, and other Romney surrogates, had better look in the mirror, and check their own tax-dodging records -- BEFORE they start accusing others on what it means "to be American" ...

On a Romney campaign conference call about small business, Sununu said: “I wish this president would learn how to be an American.” He walked the comment back later in the call, saying, “What I thought I said but what I didn’t say is the president has to learn the American formula for creating business.”

These Rush water-carriers had better watch where they tread, or they could soon find their own lucrative careers in politicing coming to an abrupt end.


Rush hate-mongers have a lot to learn, about what being American really means, it starts with providing for general welfare.  It ends with Opportunity for ALL -- not just the wealthy few.


We are Americans.  All of us.  Even the President.  ... Especially the President.


We participate in democracy.  We stay informed.

We vote.

We are Americans.




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