I Asked Myself A Question

 

I asked myself a question today: What does it mean to be an American? There were several answers ... and they all were good. Being an American, means I have a multitude of freedoms:

Freedom to think and say what I think;

Freedom to worship;

Freedom to move about;

Freedom to try, and freedom to fail;

Freedom to stand up straight and look the world in the eye.

These freedoms were none of my doing. They were here long before I was born. My forefathers, and yours, fought to win them. I have four guarantees they will remain: The Declaration of Independence, The Constitution, My Fellow Americans, and myself. No man could ask for more.

 

 

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