I love this group GENTRI singing! This patriotic medley is in honor of Americas birthday. Happy 4th of July America!
Ronald Reagan said it best.
Every American eligible to vote please go do your American obligation.
What is more American then Boy Scouts? I come from a long line of Eagle Scouts. This is the highest rank in Boy Scouts. All of my brothers and myself became Eagle Scouts and my three sons also are Eagle Scouts. My youngest daughter also worked at a Boy Scout camp during the summer, sometimes wishing she could be a boy scout. When you become an Eagle the final step before you get this great honor is you must organize a service project that helps the community. The project must use a minimum of 20 man hours most are much more than this. I have collected old paint, painted fences, helped build cattle feeders and collected old prescription glasses to name a few. Serving others is the foundation of America.
The America I love is the one that believes anything you can dream then believe, you can achieve. Through your own hard work and determination. Not counting on the government for hand out’s, subsidies or kickback. Just good old fashioned hard work and know how, will pay off. If you want something bad enough you can accomplish anything. This is the America I love.
As long as I can remember I have loved the U.S.A. I am proud to be an American. I have grown up respecting the flag, especially when the flag is passing by in a parade, my hand goes over my heart with pride. I also honor and respect our elected and public officials even if I didn’t vote for them.
Recently I feel a shift in how people are respecting our country. I think the American people’s love and honor for this country is in direct proportion to the way the President and congress love and respect the American people.
You can’t blame any political party. I love Thomas Jefferson who said a government that governs least governs best. We need to remove entitlements. When a nation grows up with several generations of people that have grown up with entitlements, receiving something for nothing this is when you will see an America that is respected less by her own people and other countries around the world.
One of our greatest blessings living in America is our freedom. I am so grateful for everyone who has helped keep us free in this wonderful country. Lets keep America great.
This is in honor of flag day.
I will tell you why I love America?
Give me a moment and I’ll explain.
Have you seen a Utah sunset
or a Montana rain?
Have you been fishing on a bayou
down Louisiana way?
Have you walked on the Bridge called
Over San Francisco Bay?
Have you seen an eagle soaring
high above the Virginia pines,
Or heard the New York City traffic
where Time Square shines?
Does the call of Bryce Canyon thrill you
with all the red rocks galore?
Do you look with awesome wonder
at the Massachusetts shore,
Where men were brave in a big new world
first walked on Plymouth’s rock.
Do you also think of the great men
that lead and never mock
Have you seen a drifting snowflake
in the Tetons way up high?
Have you seen the bright sun come blazing
from a blue Nevada sky?
Do you rejoice when you see the Columbia
rush to the sea,
or say a prayer at Gettysburg
knowing freedom isn’t free?
Have you honored the men at
Have you seen the mighty Mississippi
flow along Missouri’s shore?
Have you seen a Wyoming snow drift
on a cold winter’s day?
Or watch a storm unfold
her thunderous display?
When you say, “Aloha” it makes you warm.
When you see a surf come roaring in
along Maui’s reef
do you stare in disbelief?
From Alaska’s gold to the Everglades
From the Rio Grande to Maine,
My heart rejoices, my spirit soars,
at the greatness of her domain.
I will tell you why I love America?
there are a million reasons why:
My magnificent America,
beneath God’s big blue sky.
By Leonard Fish
Inspired by the poem by John Mitchem America why I Love Her