Without love America would not be the country that it is, we would not cherish our luxuries, we would not care about our country as a whole and we certainly would not be as successful as we are. Americans have a lot of love and passion for our country, we have more passion for our country than we do for our Sunday football, which you could say is a lot. Love is something that you cannot fake, love is something that you genuinely care about and with love comes positive actions. We show our love to America by joining the army, voting for positive positive people to represent America, working and we sing our national anthem proudly while looking at our flag passionately. There is one thing that we Americans love more than our country and that is each other because we are a
“What does Memorial Day means to you?” A question probably not asked nearly as often as it should be. Memorial day is a time that is supposed to remind us of all the rights, liberties, and opportunities that are given to us due to our brave soldiers. They endure the most extreme hardships simply to defend us and our rights. Unfortunately, many of today’s youth only knows Memorial Day as a free day off of school and the day that the pool memberships start. To me, Memorial Day stands as a day of heartfelt, solemn remembrance of all the men and women who have given their lives in willing sacrifice to the country that they know and love.
As a Drill Sergeant I had pride in my unit, not knowing that there was so much we as soldiers did not know. It’s unfortunate that we didn’t know more about the unit that we so proudly served and trained the next generation of soldiers in. We as soldiers should never forget our unit’s history, especially one as historic as the 34th Infantry Regiment. Unfortunately it has happened and it will continue to happen until the units in the Army honor their history, never forgot where they came from and have yet to go, and be proud of our divisions. We collectively need to make sure we remember what the soldiers that came before us have done, to give us hope, drive, and determination to strive to be worthy of the patches we wear, and to never forget where we’ve come
In the United States we have a president who is under control of the nation. One thing we need to do is listen to what the president has to saw because he can take away your citizenship. You become a citizen once you get your citizenship. Many illegal immigrants jump the boarder to come in the U.S. They are desperate to come in.
Henry states “If we are mark'd to die, we are enough to do our country loss… I pray thee, wish not one man more… I would not lose so great an honor as one man more”. The price Henry must pay for this battle, a number of men that must die is enough already. He cares for every man in his army and believes that even one more life from his army is too much behalf of everyone being worth something. Henry composes his men as though they are not discriminated against based on their past and have a high degree of importance despite the various differences between them. In the army, social status does not matter.
Nevertheless, in America it’s our responsibility to vote. Voting is a way to express yourself and what your beliefs are. Your vote is your voice. Through voting you as a citizen of America get a say in who leads our country, it’s quite a big responsibility. While voting you access your freedom that so many lost their lives fighting for.
The contribution presented to my generation by America is the gift of freedom. Even though freedom may seem as if it is free many veterans lost their lives to ensure we had freedom. There are other gifts from America to my generation such as edification and technology. The rewards of freedom were able to be received because of countless veterans sacrificed their lives so we could live in a free country. Over the past two-hundred forty-two years, several veterans lose their lives everyday so we can live unreservedly.
My vote, along with many others, will be important, and could possibly get my ideas for America implemented into the system. While I can never be sure what the future holds, I know that to be an American citizen, I must uphold what I consider to be my responsibilities. Only serving jury duty and paying my taxes is not enough for what this country does for me. In order to keep America free and safe, I will continue to educate myself and practice my free speech, preparing for the polls when they come
When thinking of America the first thing that might come to mind would be “Freedom” or “American Dream/Promise”. Although in some cases they both fall in the same place, as portrayed in the speech. The illustration portrays the immigrants that are sailing over to America. While the speech tells you about how we should view America and its values. Both the illustration and speech portray what the American promise is.
Their sacrifice shouldn’t go unnoticed. They might not have gone to war, but they lost something just the same. Their family and lives will never be the same. We could tell their stories with the soldiers. If you click on a soldier, you could then click on their family to hear their stories.
According to president obama, all countries should come together to honor our fellow veterans on Memorial Day. I strongly agree with this claim, regardless of what had happened 50 years ago between these countries; it is best to forgive and move on because each and every country knew what they were signing up for and the consequences that they would have to face. However, these countries are always at war, so coming together once a year to show our gratitude to the veterans that fought for their individual country is the best way to honor them. Thus , soldiers did what they thought was protecting their own country and risked their lives to protect their people, so each country can afford to sacrifice one day on their behalf. Memorial day is
Therefore, the ones lost or the ones that are living out on the street need to keep living and their stories are heard. As we look at the veterans coming out the military today and in the future they’re important. They protect us, what about life without your phones or social media or any rights that let you be you, it’s not impossible, but you wouldn’t like it. However could we have lived without them, without them you probably wouldn’t be here today.
Have you ever been asked how you can promote Americanism? When we think of Americanism we think of people serving our country. Now down basics, we have liberty and justice. We use that liberty by keeping the people together. Justice is our body of law.
I still remember praying as a class before we ate lunch, but now days you either say a prayer by yourself or you don 't. It 's sad to think that our country as come to this. Our country was built on the word of God and it should remain built around his words. A couple of weeks ago, Gay Marriage just became legal and do you think God is happy about that? No!