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Updated on September 29, 2014

My view of Patriotism

I am not a politician nor do I want to be. But lately my patriotic spirit has come to the surface and to tell you the truth I believe our wonderful, free market system and country are under attack.

I think we have forgotten what has made this country what it is today. What really saddens me is that so many great men, my father included, died in wars to keep our freedoms and our way of life. I often wonder if my dad would recognize his beloved United States of America. Sadly, I think the answer is no.

I hope this lens shows you that you are not alone if you think like me and that there are wonderful patriots our there with these concerns. Our military, for example. They love this country enough to give their very own lives. May God bless them.

American Flag

Proudly show off your American Flag and let everyone know you are a Patriot. Your flag can be flown year round not just on the 4th of July or Memorial Day. And remember, to dispose of your flag properly when it becomes worn. You can drop them off at any American Legion, Veterans of Foreign War or VA hospital.

True Patriotism

If this doesn't give you goosebumps, nothing will.

Our Brave Men

May God bless these men and women

Remember Who We Are

Remember who we are. We are Americans. We are citizens of The United States of America,. We support each other and we support our States. No matter the color of our skin or the church we attend to worship. we are Americans first and foremost.

We Love our Country & Our Flag

We are Americans and live in the greatest land in the world. God has blessed us. Don't let anyone take our religious freedoms from us. God was with our Founding Fathers when the Constitution was written. He has blessed this nation...don't turn your back on Him.

I'd love to hear your thoughts on where we stand as Americans and what makes us exceptional.

Are You a Patriot?

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