I never write here, or participate, but I began to watch the debate, and realized that the word America, not Americans were used, but did Americans
know the difference, or hear it the way they should.
How many times in the first 15 minutes did you hear about America? Here is America.
DO YOU SEE WHAT I MEAN???
Why would there be a confusion over what is going on? Do you think that they are mistaking what they mean? Do you think that this "political
madness" has something to do with you? This is actually false. What we are watching, debating, discussing is one time every 4 years we are asked to
decide, and partake in a boardroom meeting, that is usually (for the rest of the 4 years until we get involved again), held behind closed doors.
The description given by Wikipedia about Americans.
Americans, or American people, are the citizens of the United States of America. The country is home to people of different national origins. As a
result, Americans do not equate their nationality with ethnicity, but with citizenship. With the exception of the Native American population, nearly
all Americans or their ancestors immigrated within the past five centuries.
Now click on the highlighted word "citizen".
Citizenship in the United States is a legal marker denoting political membership in the United States that entails specific rights, privileges,
and duties. Citizenship is understood as a "right to have rights" since it serves as a foundation for a bundle of subsequent rights, such as the
right to live and work in the United States and to receive federal assistance.
Here is an important part that is used by political figures referring to people hating Americans.
From the above Citizenship in the United States is a legal marker denoting political membership
They don't hate Americans.... its America. We seem to be the only ones that cant seem to distinguish this.
Key word here is "denoting". WE
are the group that stands behind "America" by constantly allowing things like this, and confusion like that
that clearly states that they are not including the people the way they should.
Definition for denoting.
denotingpresent participle of de·note (Verb)
Be a sign of; indicate: "this mark denotes quality".
Stand as a name or symbol for.
This is like one person starting a problem, but have a group that will watch their back.
Until we see that this is a farce, that this is something that is simple and should be known, if you still think this is false, fine. If you think you
are a part of the debate, fine. If this doesnt bother you, fine.
At least realize that this is right in your face, that something as simple as a few letters added or missing is what is changing our world and our
country, our future wars, and our future children.
The things that should be of concern is who America
is claiming to be allies, who America
is claiming to want to help with democracy,
wants to liberate, who America
thinks should no longer be in power.
Please if you continue to watch the debate take into consideration what I wrote, just change America, and make it what it actually means NOT
in problems with the middle east its not Americans having problems with the middle east, see if you can see this
Thanks for your time, NRE.