08-29-2010, 08:45 AM
I agree with ronn and I've said it more than a million times, "People have got to start speaking out" the time has come to end the old adage that we're not suppose to talk about Religion or Politics.
Our Silence gives way for minoritys to say what they please knowing they most likely wont get challenged in a debate because we've all been taught not to speak about politics or religion.
I'm sorry but I can no longer remain silent. How far are we supposed to let things get out of hand before breaking our silence.
American children are no longer allowed to pledge the American flag in our schools any longer, it's time to change that.
Christian Prayer in Schools, Why Not? because the "other" religions don't think it's appropriate yet our country "America", was founded on Christianity.
The Words "In God We Trust" can no longer be etched on our state and federal buildings. That has to change too.
We also have to end the multi-country references like african-American or Jewish-American or Mexican-American, etc etc etc. If "they" Choose to live here then they better become Americans plain and simple and If they don't like that title they can stay the hell in their own countries. I have no problems with anyone wanting to learn about their cultural heritage but don't add it to our shools that already have a full curriculum.
WE don't try to add hunting class 101, maybe we should. LOL
I think it's time we tell the Immigrants "Legal AND Illegal", If you want to be American, then you better Learn to live as an American and DON'T even try to attempt to change anything about America. You can hold strong your religious beliefs but this is OUR America, these are OUR United States.
and lastly When you make a phone call there should never be a recording that says for english press whatever, it should simply say If you cant speak English hang up and learn how, then call back Thank You.. JMHO
Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch.
Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the outcome of the vote.