A - ME - RICA
You do know that RICA is Spanish for RICH !
So, AMERICA ,Litterally means -I'M RICH
I didn't know that. I don't doubt it, but certainly I'm not rich. I know for certain that you know the rest.
Certainly most Americans are much better off than people in many other countries... But this just adds more fuel to the fire.
What about " Porta-Rico" most people there are not rich
Hope A-ME-RICA will strive to come back to its 'lost first place' of the rich dream land of endless opportunities, where everyone has a chance to work hard, make money and live happily ever after. To achieve that, it is important to realise that to succeed at this age it is not enough to grow just financially as endless growth and consumption is not the way to go anymore...
TO BE RICH means much more that to be well of financially, we all know that:)
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