I love America, and so should you. Not because of the government, but because of the rich history and culture. The American Spirit is strong and glorious. The people of America are mighty and full of life. Culture. America has an immense amount of it.
From California to Kansas to New York, the people and souls are different. New York, for example, is known for its Italian based society, California for its beaches and hot summers, Kansas for countrysides and southern fire.
But what these each individual states all have in common is that they are all in the US. Yet they are all extremely different from one another. The culture of America as a whole is that people from all corners of the world can build a new life.
A greater one. It doesn’t matter who you are. Gay or straight, black or white, man or woman, all have opportunities they can take and construct a whole career off of it. The American spirit is the strongest in the world. It represents the want and need to persevere through thick and thin.
People have fought and died to hold up the freedom and liberty America offers. They continue to fight for our right for free speech, to defend from foreign tyranny and to protect the families of the United States.
We are one of the only countries where you can express your true opinion. You’re allowed to say you hate the president, and that’s a GOOD thing. Black people stood up for themselves in the fifties and sixties and continue to do so.
Women fought for rights in the 1800s. We had a civil war and fought each other to free the millions of slaves. Gay people earned their right to marry.
There’s such a huge fire inside of American people that when we’re bored we fight that Rudolph the red nosed reindeer is sexist. The rest of the world has their eyes on us, to see what we will do next.
Personally, I’m excited yet scared to see what the future holds. America is driving the car of humanity. I wonder where we’re going to go next. I love America, and so should you.