Quotations on Patriotism

Theodore Roosevelt, Mark Twain, and George Washington, gave us a warning about imposters who do not have patriotism at heart, but instead, a goal to be a supreme ruler that stamps out democracy under their feet. Thank you Charles for these patriotic truths.

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It seems appropriate in these times of turmoil, in which terms like patriotism are thrown around easily, to put up some quotations about it. After reading Trump’s so-called joke about hoping for a President for life in the United States, I am compelled to point out that when he took the oath of office, among what he promised was, “. . . I will faithfully execute the office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my ability, preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the United States.”  (The emphasis is mine.) This is a sacred duty, and it must never been made a butt of jokes, nor must any President make claims to want to be “President for life.” Anyone who does that is not patriotic, and any American who is patriotic should be offended. My parents’ generation fought a horrific world war to…

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