• 7-25-2017 That tired old cliche again. The USA has been doing things ever since WW2 that are disgraceful. Some people still claim to be "proud to be an American" but they can't explain why any more. Here is a study of collapsing cultures. The USA has every symptom:
    • Army Veteran
      Go back a little further - the 1913 establishment of the Federal Reserve. Also in 1913 - the income tax was signed into law (no coincidence. When you understand why the Federal Reserve was established, you'll understand why the income tax was signed into law). 1914 - Woodrow Wilson got America into WW1 despite its neutrality laws. 1929 - the major banks and the Federal Reserve conspired to trigger the Great Depression. 1937-1939 - to hide his failed New Deal Policies, FDR interferes in European affairs in an effort to start a war that would stimulate the American economy. 1941 - FDR commits treason by provoking the attack on Pearl Harbor to force Congress to get involved in the war - also against America's neutrality laws.
  • I still am! And here's just a small sample of why:
    • Anoname
      Thank you, citizen.
    • Jewels Vern
      America is also #1 in collapse. This is a short book, as books go, and you have to read the whole thing to appreciate what it is saying. The USA is only one of many countries showing symptoms of collapse, and no country ever avoided collapse after the symptoms began to show.
    • Hardcore Conservative
      'Murica !! F*ck Yeah!!
    • Linda Joy
      Thumbs up!
  • im proud to be an american
  • I am proud.
  • I wasn't when Trump was president. I was frankly embarrassed๐Ÿ˜ˆ. He re-drew Hurricane Dorian for Chissakes. lol Tried to buy Greenland. lol๐Ÿ˜
  • im an Aussie in Australia and proud to be an Aussie and i will say all Americans Should be Proud to be Americian,its a great Country
  • A happy Fourth of July to my fellow Americans!
  • Always Proud...Semper Fi
  • Of course I'm happy to be an American, though it's not exactly an accomplishment or achievement for those of us who were born here and didn't have to jump through any hoops to become American. And can we all rightfully be proud, rather than just admiring, of things other people did? I didn't fight the Revolutionary War, for example, or World War II. I didn't write the Constitution. Note, too, that loving your country doesn't mean it's perfect or that you shouldn't criticize the things it does wrong. True patriots want their country to be the best it can be. When it fails, they can and should say so; they should criticize. True patriotism is NOT the sort of ostentatious jingoism that too many right-wingers spout.
  • Do I have a choice๐Ÿ˜Ž?
  • very proud
  • And what about people who are not American? I'm British and proud of it.
    • Hulk70166
      That's an excellent point.
  • I don't believe in taking credit for other people's achievements based on nationality, skin color, religion or anything else. John Wayne Gacy who was a gay, pedophile murderer was an American too. Are you proud to come from the same country he was? lol๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜–
  • proud to be an (African) American. proud to be a conservative and a supporter and voter for Donald J. Trump!
    • Hulk70166
      You aren't Black. Not after Charlottesville, Nick Fuentes, and David Duke. But one thing you are is a liar. lol
  • I am proud.
  • very proud
  • If that means I can take credit for all the good things America does without being held responsible for the bad, Hell Yes!๐Ÿ˜‹๐Ÿ˜‹๐Ÿ˜‹
  • Europeans and Aussies - you can skip this question.

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