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As an American, do you still believe in living ''The American dream''????


Though I am not an American, I have always felt driven by the slogan 'living the american dream'. But in recent years with all that is happening in the states, I can feel that passion die away slowly. Is it only me?

 

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    Dennis L. Page (pagesvoice) 4 years ago

    I was limited in the manner in which I answered this question. You, however, touched on the heart of the matter and I agree with you 100%. Great response!


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    Cuttler 4 years ago

    i agree with you 100%. Greed has truly robbed one and all of the American dream...my sentiments exactly.


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    Sheila (Conservative Lady) 4 years ago

    Wayne you have stated the the facts in a very eloquent manner. I could not agree more. Freedom is the American Dream - freedom to work hard and achieve a certain level of success for a comfortable life. Everyone can participate...


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    Cuttler 4 years ago

    That is very true. For the less fortunate the A dream is just an illusion


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    Cuttler 4 years ago

    Thank you very much for this very detailed answer coupled with your own real life experience. It is nice to see the dream live on in some.

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    ib radmasters 4 years ago

    The American Dream of owning a house, failed with the housing bubble collapse.As the country lets the government do more for them, the American Dream vanishes.because the individual disappears into the group.


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    Cuttler 4 years ago

    What about America being the land of freedom and opportunity, is that also a lie or a worn out ideology?


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    Cuttler 4 years ago

    I like this...back home guys have the thought that going to the states is a gateway to riches, thus confusing it for the american dream. sad

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    Peter Messerschmidt (Denmarkguy) 4 years ago

    I think "The American Dream" is a popular figure of speech used in connection with the US, without specifically naming it "The United States Dream."


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