Don’t be too American. Wouldn’t want to offend anyone.
“I really believe that the way America will look best, the way we can really do best, is to not be Americans so vigilantly and so vehemently.” said no one, ever. Oh, unless you count the Creative Director for the 9/11 Museum and a few staffers that agree.
The photo snapped while three firefighters raised the Stars and Stripes over the Ground-Zero rubble was almost excluded for being too “vehemently American”. Some staffers at the 9/11 Museum thought the photo was too “rah, rah, American” for the museum. It was the creative director, Michael Shulan who said, “I really believe that the way America will look best, the way we can really do best, is to not be Americans so vigilantly and so vehemently.” You can read the whole story over at the NY Post.
Screw these turds. Who puts morons like this in charge of something as American as this anyway? The same folks who elected lil’ Miss “for once in my life I’m proud to be an American” that’s who. What say you? Is there such a thing as too “rah, rah, American?” or being to “vigilant” or “vehemently” American? I want some one a little jingoistic putting together a memorial such as this. Besides hating the commie’s a few decades ago, when was the last time we put aside partisanship and actually had unity on something? The unity and “proud to be a ‘Murican” from 9/11 lasted a few weeks for some; others will never forget.
It’s for the children, dontcha’ know!
American taxpayers are funding the Black Market in Dominican Republic via welfare fraud. Using EBT (welfare) cards, the items are purchased by those on the American dole at markets in NYC, shipped to the DR and then sold on the streets in Santiago.
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