Remember the good ol' days?

~ These were our parents ~
What in God’s name have we let happen?






I guess we are the last generation to see, or even remember
anything like these ! Whatever happened? 
Political correctness (or “re-education”) happened, 
Lack of God’s name happened, 
Lack of personal responsibility happened, 
Lack of personal integrity and honesty happened, 
Lack of respect and loyalty to our country happened, 
Lack of being an American happened. 
Did all of these things die along with common sense??
I for one am still proud to be an American! 
h/t Kelly
DCG

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Will
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Amen!

sparrow59
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sparrow59

Oh, how I long for those days…….

Paul
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Paul

I believe most Americans are patriotic but the news media is holding the keys to the doors closed and this is a serious problem needing national attention.

badixon
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badixon

Patriotism goes against the agenda of the New World Order…another reason to keep it alive!!!

edward oleander
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edward oleander

We are become Sam Walton’s sons… Inheriting the work of our fathers without earning it, then insisting that it’s ours by right.

edward oleander
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edward oleander

To us, fighting the George Bush’s of the country IS patriotic… I still believe he did more harm than Obama ever can. We believe he used 9/11 as a smoke screen to quietly advance an agenda that catered to his rich cronies and handlers, and not to the American people. It brings up an interesting point… What is patriotism? Is it the blind adoration of a child (us) telling the world that our mommy (the USA) is perfect, and if anyone bad-mouths her, they’re gonna get a punch in the nose (America, love it or leave it!)? Or is it… Read more »

edward oleander
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edward oleander

Thanks, Fogey, you put more true heart into your answers than anyone else here. We disagree on a lot, but I would want you on my How-To-Solve-Everything Committee. I agree our government has caused the outsourcing of America, and that the loss of manufacturing capacity will be a prime ingredient in our downfall as the world Superpower. Service economies don’t cut it. I see the deregulation championed by the Right as being the catalyst behind that outflow. It was an increase in regulation that began the flood, I agree, but most of those regulations were designed to protect workers and… Read more »