AMERICA'S HELPING HAND
America seems to always be there to lend a helping hand.We've sent help to Africa and to Japan.We were founded by helping hands, so I guess its in our blood, so to speak.Helping others is what we stand for.This is how we became the great nation that we are.This same continuous help is needed by all nations if this planet is to survive.
The war-torn towns of Africa are appalling and the deaths are outstanding.This issue is baffling and so debilitating not only to some of us in America,but also to many citizens of Africa.
Japan's recent disaster has left several thousand dead and just as many are still missing.Soldiers have searched swamp areas and many piles of rubble.The acts of Mother Nature has left parts of Japan in ruins.
I'm proud to be an American and hope everyone else is too.As long as there is love and compassion I believe we as a nation will grow in strength and in alliance.To all that contribute there time,finances and physical labor I applaud you.This nation is grateful to you.God Bless you and God Bess America.
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