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This topic took a lot of hard thinking....... coming up with 25 is hard. Like picking out a new gun. :-B-:


I see alot of bashing going on: crime, liberals, (O.K., so they deserve it), society, the media, (they REALLY deserve it).

But take a moment:

-We CAN still buy just about any gun we want, and there are still plenty of them around for us to choose another christmas present,

-We can say just about anything...o.k., well maybe not wothout ramifications upto and including prison. Thank society and a liberal administration for that one. WE can still voice opinions.

-We have police forces that protect and serve...not loot and extort. And most of the time, their damn good at what they do.

-We have the United States Marine Corps...no explaination needed

-We have a general, peaceful society where you can walk the streets at night in safety...except for some areas where you really shouldn't go after dark. Most of us are intelligent enough to know where these places are located.

-We really can get ahead through hard work and determination to provide our families and loved ones with good, comfortable lives..

-WE CAN VOTE

Sure there are exceptions to these comments. As a general rule, however, I think that if given the choice between Outer Mongolia v. the U.S., I know where most of us would choose to live.

'nuff said.
 
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theres alot good but there is alot that needs fixing. and then well find something else to ***** about.
 
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freedom of public speech if you obtain a permit to assemble ...depending on city or state.

still free in written form but open to censor unless published by yourself.

free to criticize our leaders and government without retribution, at least for now...

safe society as compared to most industrlized nations.

greatest most precious right to bear arms! :---

capitalistic free enterprise system

free agency to be rich or a bum :-B-:

free to vote but beginning to question if it means anything, my vote that is. ;)

america has one of the best propaganda systems going! guess we learned a lot from others. :eek:

we're told our healthcare system is top notch :roll:

free to travel within the U.S. without restriction, though that might change soon. :(

freedom of religion practices.

freedom to brew 200 gallons of beer @ adult @ household! :lol:

freedom to get involved in politics only if you have the money from cronies for your campaign.


guess i'm still :D
 

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The fact that you are sitting there reading/writing to this forum unfettered is a pretty good indication of what is okay with this country.
 
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Your right. There is a good amount stuff that needs fixing but nobody really just looks at the good parts about the country. We mostly just down the place.
 
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We have brave young men who volunteer to fight for our protection and freedom.

We have freedom of speech

For now, at least, we've got the right to keep and bear arms.

We have a majority of citizens who love our country and flag.

We can worship at any church, mosque or synagogue we choose.

We have a lot more things right than wrong- but that doesn't mean we should roll over and accept the wrong. Everyone needs to vote. It's a shame when 40-50% of people don't bother to go the polls.
 

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We are very lucky to be citizens of this country. I can't imagine anyplace I would rather live, except maybe Tahiti!
 
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sig232 said:
We are very lucky to be citizens of this country. I can't imagine anyplace I would rather live.
My grandmother was a italian immigrant, she could shoot and cook at the same time, she used to tell me about the old country, I would love to take a trip to italy, but I dont think it will happen :(
 

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Gunny the Gun said:
sig232 said:
We are very lucky to be citizens of this country. I can't imagine anyplace I would rather live.
My grandmother was a italian immigrant, she could shoot and cook at the same time, she used to tell me about the old country, I would love to take a trip to italy, but I dont think it will happen :(

I understand that Northern Italy is one of the most beautiful places to visit in the world and the people are wonderful.

My fathers side is from Germany (saxon) and mom side was from England. We do plan to visit Germany at some future date and maybe include a visit to Tuscony, in North Italy. It may be a couple of years but its in the plan for the wife and I.
 
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