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Why America is STILL Exceptional



Today we celebrate our Independence from tyranny, July 4th 1776.

What’s unique about that?

First of all, there is no other nation in history that has survived and thrived as a Republic like we have.

That’s right.  I said Republic.

We are a Constitutional Republic and NOT a Democracy.

Ask around and you’ll be amazed at how many people in this country are clueless about the difference of the two.

Second, history shows the average life of a Republic is 17 years.  Our Constitution was ratified in 1788, therefore, our 232 years make us exceptionally exceptional.

And I’m convinced it’s because our founding fathers were divinely inspired when they fashioned our Constitution.

In 1777, Chief Justice John Jay coined what really made America great when he said:  “Your lives, liberties, and property will be at the disposal of only your creator and yourselves.”

Unfortunately, government overreach into our lives is eroding many of our liberties.

There are too many things to list here about why America is the still greatest country on earth.  At the same time, there are many things today that threaten the foundations of our Constitution.

If we are to survive these threats, we need to stay informed about what’s important instead of listening to all the noise, lies, and deceptions that are puked out 24/7 by the Whores-Of-Babble-On Presstitutes.

Regardless of our shortcomings, the rest of the world still looks to us AND prays for us as an inspiration for the world.

So, as you celebrate the 4th with hot dogs, hamburgers, apple pie and fireworks – if your area hasn’t outlawed them – be sure to kiss your spouse, kids and family members.

Put aside your CoronaFraud fears and shake hands with your neighbors, friends, and even strangers.

And while you’re at it, put your political differences aside and take comfort in the fact that we’re all part of something in America that’s bigger than we can imagine.


I like the dreams of the future better than the history of the past.  ~Thomas Jefferson~




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