America is a country with an incredible history. It’s admired for being the most “popular” and inspiring to other countries.
When I moved here in 1999 from Canada, It was bizarre, and the culture of Americans seemed a bit backward. Still, I didn’t even think about race or religion because my best friends were Jewish, Russian, American, and- Canadian. We are a diverse nation, that’s beautiful.
I understand with all the resentment at what’s blathering on with the President, and the pandemic is altogether just another part of America’s enormous and extraordinary past. It took me nine years to earn my citizenship; America is arrogant, but when I realized other countries were making fun of my country, a light switch went on. They can mind their own business; they are pompous too.
A few rotten eggs don’t change Americans as people of America as a country; it changes the way we operate things. Countries need authority the same way kids need parents. Sadly, it, a perfect entertainer, fooled a lot of honest Americans into believing they lived well and, and generally, we did, but last year, when we were living in a warped reality of life, we lost faith in our country. Stop acting like everything is a lieu now.
When you bash your own country, or you let someone from another country (myself included), you’re authorizing people to make a mockery of your society, moralities, upbringing, and authority. Unless you denounce your citizenship (good luck earning it back), stand up for Americans.
Remember, this isn’t Utopia. It’s just a piece of American history. Begin letting in what promising things are to come, not with what has already occurred. Be cautious next period of time when you elect. It’s going to be okay, you can count on a president who has indogurations (how cute is that!). Joe Biden isn’t Donald Trump. Sure he’s old, but so is my grandma, and she’d make a great president. (sorry if you’re reading this gram).