The American Dream?

Submitted by ub on Fri, 11/08/2019 - 08:57

On is the eve of Veterans Day and following the anniversary of #CDay when the first Communist regime was established in Russia, and since all subsequent regimes were inspired and modeled by their institutions and policies, we offer this.

The highest death rate dubious distinction belongs to communist nations like the People's Republic of China. North Korea, which surpassed Russia in the sheer extent of totalitarian control over everyday life. But all of these tyrannies and variations of Russia. Remember that more than 100 million people have died as a result of Communist oppression.

Please understand that there are many people in Russia, China, North Korea, Cuba sand all over the world that know what the American Dream really represents better than some folks living right here in the USA. They have a dream that one day they will have a fair shot at what most of us take for granted.

For many, the American way of life translates to how far we have to dig into our pockets to pay taxes. For others, it's how much they can get away without paying. We won't mention any names.

Living in America can also be inflation, recession, distrust, promiscuous sex, alcohol, and drug abuse, but people all over the world would trade places with us in a minute and they would be happy to move in right alongside of US.

To We The People living in the US, they are the tires, the poor huddled masses yearning o be free, It does not seem they want what we have as much as a chance to have what we say we are. it is not so likely they will take jobs away from Americans, but more likely they will take the jobs Americans do not want. We focus on our standard of living, they worry about survival.
They are willing to suffer to what most of is view s inequities to prove to us that we have the best way of life in the world whether or not we really appreciate it. And if they can see it, why can't we?

America, God shed his grace on thee. He crowned thy good in a brotherhood, From sea to shining sea. Katharine Lee Bates wrote this poem back in 1893 and first published in 1895, it was combined with music composed by church organist Samuel A. Ward in 1910.

Beloved by many as a true representation of the nation’s principles, the lyrics carry much meaning. These precious words compare the grandeur of the #USA to the principles presented in our Declaration of Independence and The Constitution. They help #Americans see the value of the social contract that binds all of us together as the best nation on earth.

O beautiful for spacious skies
For amber waves of grain
For purple mountain majesties
Above the fruited plain!
America! America!
God shed his grace on thee
And crown thy good with brotherhood
From sea to shining sea!

O beautiful for pilgrim feet
Whose stern impassioned stress
A thoroughfare of freedom beat
Across the wilderness!
America! America!
God mend thine every flaw
Confirm thy soul in self-control
Thy liberty in law!

O beautiful for heroes proved
In liberating strife
Who more than self their country loved
And mercy more than life!
America! America!
May God thy gold refine
Till all success be nobleness
And every gain divine!