Many people embrace this self loathing as americans, and why? We all have frailties as humans why not as a whole country? Isn't the idea of a mass of people even more disorienting? I am not denying the idea of growth or even change, but many people consider where they sit to be a falsity of them self. Isn't the world as we make it? We all play a intricate role in humanity whether it be Democrat, or Republican.

The idea that America is this evil money hungry machine is a mere fad and dissolution . The grass is not greener on the other side. I ask again are we ready to tarnish our forefathers writings, and teachings? Are we in need of a revolution? I see many wearing T-shirts of Che Guevara, and why? Because Rage against the Machine decrees it? This so called revolutionist was a mass murderer of the innocent and a puppet of the greater political machine orchestrated by the tyrant Castro. Is this the revolution we want to teach our youth? Is this the revolution of hate and anger we want?

I will propose to the people as a idealist and a realist do we want to make a change by pulling a vail of self loathing as Americans over our selves by our mistakes and passing fad's, or do we understand what our faults have been and our strengths in efforts to a change. Do we not have the freedom to express our inner hatred of our government and democracy? Isn't that our greatest pride as Americans?

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Comment by Michael P. "Martini Mike" D'Arco on August 7, 2008 at 6:14pm
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OMG! Are you serious?! I have never heard of such a thing! Sounds totally illegal! The standard "not to the office" is generally religious, "adult nature", alcohol, or possible even tobacco related items. Period. You can't wear a necklace with someone's name on it?! Where the hell do you work? China? I am livid. Those idiots. You should contact the ACLU.
Oh, and that guy is the biggest idiot there with the smallest brain. They'll probably make him Vice President.

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