What I Want In America

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“And so, my fellow Americans: ask not what your country can do for you-ask what you can do for your county. My fellow citizens of the world: ask not what America will do for you, but what together we can do for the freedom of man.” - John F. Kennedy. Freedom is like a Rainbow Parrot fish, it has the opportunity to explore the whole sea and has hope to find what it 's looking for. Freedom is for all the things I have the choice of doing. Opportunity to become anything I want in America. Hope for our lives to become better. This is what makes our amazing country and I am so grateful for all these gifts. Freedom is one of the gifts I am grateful for in America. Freedom is being what I want to be and not being forced into something I don 't like, like a marriage or a job. Freedom is saying what i believe is right. I am free to think or say what I want like, believing in any religion I think is right, like talking to people or friends about being Christian or buddhist. I have the freedom and…show more content…
Opportunity is where I can become whatever I want to be like a doctor or a teacher or even a police officer. I can do anything I think is right like protest like if I disagree on something. I have an opportunity to vote like for our president or I can vote for the Judge or congress. I have the opportunity to hope for whatever I want. Hope is where I can think or feel any way I want. Hope is where I can want something to happen and tell people about it like if I want someone to become a leader. Hope is where I can trust in someone an example is like trusting in the president to make our country great. Hope is where I can say what I think out loud. Hope is why America is wonderful.
Freedom, opportunity, and hope are what makes America great. Freedom is to have the rights to do or say what I want. Opportunity to be who I want. Hope to think or feel how I want. These gifts are wonderful. Why does my country treat me so
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