• Neither, since I didn't and don't have a hand in it.
  • I would have to say, I am proud to be who I am. I cant say, that one is more important than the other. I am american, modern and non-american as you put it. Irish and Native American.
  • I'm pround to say my nation of origin matters not.
  • It's all about our current identity. The past is the past and we are what we are today.
  • pride is a dangerous thing. It's what can lead us to the dark side. I'm happy with the fact that I don't agree with the current policies and happy that I can live in a country where I wouldn't be shot for stating such. I'm happy to be linked with my heritage; hard workers who know no limits.
  • I am proud of who I am now. I am proud of what my grandparents went through to give me the chance to be who I am. The fact thet 3 out of the 4 of them came from other counties just makes the stories more interesting.
  • I am proud of me. This has nothing to do with where I am from or where my family came from.
  • I can identify more with my American self because that is what I've always known. But I'm proud of my roots in both Italy and Ireland and have a great deal of respect for my ancestors who had the courage to leave everything familiar and come to this country.
  • I am extremely proud to be an Amerian and I am equally extremely proud of my ethnic be anything less would be a disservice to my country and my parents! :)
  • I'm proud to be an American (don't ask me what I mean by that!!!!), but as for my grandfathers & great-grandparents being born in Russian-occupied Poland, not at all. At least I'm not boringly German/English like most Americans, and I wish Poland well, and I think they're a handsome race if I do say so myself, but basically I don't care. I know more words in Russian, Japanese, and Korean than Polish (about 4).
  • I'm proud of my Irish heritage and my family's part in the Confederate States of America.

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