"A few days ago, President Obama’s former Attorney General Eric Holder said in an MSNBC interview that he would ask the question—“Exactly when did you think America was great?”
Wow—where should we begin? There’s a long list, but I would say America was great on the day our nation was born, the day we declared our independence from oppression and tyranny. We were great when we signed our Constitution. A constitution that ensures freedom to worship God as we feel led; a constitution that gives every citizen the right to the right to bear arms, and much more. America was great when we defended freedom here and around the world by defeating fascism and communism, holding up the beacon of freedom’s light for the whole world to see.
As the article in this link points out about America, “If that nation is not great, then no nation has ever been great.”
Great doesn’t mean perfect. But regardless of who you are, there’s no greater country you could be born in. There’s no greater country for my children and my grandchildren to be born in. Americans need to thank God for His mercies and blessings and work together to make it better.
It’s shameful that Mr. Holder doesn’t get it. What if we all answer his question for him right here and share it with others? WHEN DID YOU THINK AMERICA WAS GREAT?"
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