reply to post by huckfinn
Ah, I see, so I guess in your eyes I have to be born in the United States in order for you to see me as an American? Or for you to even value the
life experiences, which obviously you haven't, I have gone through which alongside that of others can help stop the same thing happening in the
I guess in your eyes, every American citizen, or even legal citizen who has taken an oath to protect, and uphold the Constitution of the United
States, and many of whom like myself have served honorably under one, or several of the U.S. branches, are not real Americas, and they have to do
something in your eyes to be worth it?
I have not done anything, that would forever change this nation, and despite you claiming the contrary, I am sure you haven't either.
Not one person, except for the President, and or those in charge of the Corporation, can make any real definite changes now, unless the people set
aside their differences and decide to stop this complete take over by the Corporation.
I have contributed in many ways, and tried my best to make possitive changes. I have kept myself informed, and voted even while in the military. I
have served this country honorably, and like many other people I have done things that if mentioned will only destroy the meaning of those actions.
With all due respect, I really don't care if in your eyes I have to pass some test in order for you to consider me an American. I am an American,
and I don't need your consent, or your approval to be one, or, and to fight for what it means.
In 1974 this nation was not given over to the Corporation completely, only now has that been done, and soon enough, if Americans don't leave aside
their differences and stop what is happening, then we will have no choices whatsoever.
[edit on 23-3-2009 by ElectricUniverse]