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This Great America

Ms. Conservative Wrote: Oct 19, 2012 11:42 AM
I too, grew up as you did. I was proud to pledge allegiance to my country and I still tear up when I hear the Star Spangled Banner. I have always thought then, as I do now that this is, and always will be the greatest country in the world. The country has changed considerably even since the Reagan days, but I think there are still many like us who love our country and would fight to see it restored to its former glory. We have nothing to apoligize for. We just need people in office who know right from wrong and have this country's best interests at heart-not their own. Romney/Ryan 2012

The choice that we face today is between freedoms on the one hand, and ruin on the other.

There has never been a generation in our history that has been given more than the generation which was born between 1945 and 1960.

They were given so much by their hard and hardy parents, who by fighting through a real economic depression and a great world war, helped bolster freedom for the free and bequeathed freedom to millions of others who lived in the twilight of tyranny.    

I call these sons and daughters of what we know as the Greatest...

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