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What's Happened To The America Of My Youth?

Posted 02-04-2013 at 08:34 by Arc Angel
Updated 02-04-2013 at 08:39 by Arc Angel

:shame: Despicable!

Doesn't seem like America, anymore, to me. The men who raised me, the men whom I idolized in my youth, suffered terribly through two world wars and Korea. They carried both the physical and emotional scars of their battles with them for the rest of their lives.

I'm really trying to get used to all of this insane gun legislation - Legislation that would have had no place, at all, in the America of my youth. Today the world, in general; and this country, in particular, appear to be going mad.

Just like the Holy Bible, the American Constitution and the Bill Of Rights are becoming obsolete; and everybody's going Socialist and eating Mexican rather than simply being the Republicans and Democrats I remember from my youth.

I grew up eating meals like: Mulligan stew, pot roast, pork and sauerkraut, Virginia ham and scalloped potatoes; and, every once in awhile, Spaghetti dishes. Frankly, I don't want to, '[COLOR="DarkRed"][I]Live mas![/I][/COLOR]', or eat at Taco Bell. I hate refried beans!

The old, 'insane' is now today's, 'normal'. In a nation that wouldn't long survive without a heavily armed military, everybody is expected to serve, then (If they survive.) come home, and surrender all their guns - The whole thing is crazy and very un:american! :freak:

:headscratch: (I guess it really is the devil's world! I can't think of any other rational explanation for all of this insane Socialist crap.) :dunno:

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