I’m a proud American. I love my country. Yes, we have problems. Compared to other countries our troubles could be considered small. That being said people in other nations live in really poor conditions. We are having difficult times, but if we pull together like families in the fifties did instead of fighting one another, we’ll pull through like we always do.
Monday was July 4th, our independence day. We celebrate our independence once a year. I happened to watch CNN news showing emigrants becoming
citizens across the country. It was such a heartwarming scene to watch them raise their hands to become a legal member of our country. I listened to the reasons why they came to the U.S. . Many of them left horrendous circumstances at home and came to United States to start a new life, a new beginning. America
These people believe in our country more than many of those who were born here. Americans have become complainers, and we have that right only because of the country we live in. We are able to say and protest against anything we want to.
was founded by emigrants. I have Dutch, German, English and I’ve heard there’s some French in my genes. I hope that these new citizens never become as disgruntled as we have become. United States of America
I want to welcome all legal emigrants to our country. I hope you never become disappointed with us, and you always believe in our land as much as you do now.
Sandra K. Marshall, Authorhttp://www.skaymarshall.com