THIS SAYS IT ALL!!!!!
Broken Arrow, Oklahoma School officials remove "God Bless America" signs
from schools in fear that someone might be offended.
Channel 12 News in Long Island, New York, orders flags removed from the
newsroom and red, white, and blue ribbons removed from the lapels of
reporters. Why? Management did not want to appear biased and felt that our
might give the appearance that "they lean one way or another".
Berkeley, California bans U.S. Flags from being displayed on
city fire trucks because they didn't want to offend anyone in the
In an "act of tolerance" the head of the public library at Florida Gulf
Coast University ordered all "Proud to be an American" signs removed so as
not offend international students.
I, for one, am quite disturbed by these actions of so-called American
citizens; and I am tired of this nation worrying about whether or not we are
offending some individual or their culture. Since the terrorist attacks on
September 11, we have experienced a surge in patriotism by the majority of
Americans. However, the dust from the attacks had barely settled in New
and Washington D.C. when the "politically correct" crowd began complaining
about the possibility that our patriotism was offending others.
I am not against immigration, nor do I hold a grudge against anyone who
is seeking a better life by coming to America. In fact, our country's
population is almost entirely comprised of descendants of immigrants;
however, there are a few things that those who have recently come to our
country, and apparently
some native Americans, need to understand.
First of all, it is not our responsibility to continually try not to
offend you in any way. This idea of America being a multi-cultural community
has served only to dilute our sovereignty and our national identity. As
Americans, we have
our own culture, our own society, our own language, and our own
lifestyle. This culture, called the "American Way" has been
developed over centuries of struggles, trials, and victories by
millions of men and women who have sought freedom. Our forefathers
fought, bled, and died at places such as Bunker Hill, Antietam, San Juan,
Jima, Normandy, Korea,Vietnam, and the Persian Gulf, for our way of life.
We speak English, not Spanish, Arabic, Chinese, Japanese,
Russian, or any other language. Therefore, if you wish to become part of
our society - learn our language!
"In God We Trust" is our national motto. This is not some off-the-wall,
Christian, Right Wing, political slogan - it is our national motto. It is
engraved in stone in the House
of Representatives in our Capitol and it is printed on our currency. We
adopted this motto because Christian men and women, on Christian principles,
founded this nation; and this is clearly documented throughout our history.
If it is appropriate for our motto to be inscribed in the halls of our
highest level of Government, then it is certainly appropriate to display it
on the walls of our schools.
God is in our pledge, our National Anthem, nearly every patriotic song,
and in our founding documents. We honor His birth, death, and resurrection
holidays, and we turn to Him in prayer in times of crisis. If God offends
you, then I suggest you consider another part of the world as your new home,
because God is part of our culture and we are proud to have Him.
We are proud of our heritage and those who have so honorably defended
freedoms. We celebrate Independence Day, Memorial Day, Veterans Day, and
Day. We have parades, picnics, and barbecues where we proudly wave our flag.
As an American, I have the right to wave my flag, sing my national
anthem, quote my national motto, and cite my pledge whenever and wherever
I choose. If the Stars and Stripes offend you, or you don't like Uncle Sam,
then you should seriously consider a move to another part of this planet.
The American culture is our way of life, our heritage, and we are proud of
it. We are happy with our culture and have no desire to change, and we
really don't care how you did things where you came from. We are Americans,
like it or not, this is our country, our land, and our lifestyle.
Our First Amendment gives every citizen the right to express his opinion
about our government, culture, or society, and we will allow you every
opportunity to do so. But once you are done complaining, whining, and
about our flag, our pledge, our national motto, or our way of life, I highly
encourage you take advantage of one other great American freedom, the right