America for Freedom and Democracy?

By | November 14, 2004

I think it’s interesting how we in America talk so much about freedom and democracy, and yet were becoming more socialistic in the sense that we have a plethora of laws that spell out exactly what we can, can’t and must do.

I think it’s interesting how we in America talk so much about freedom and democracy, and yet there are many people around the world that are personally affected by what we do, who have no vote or say in who is making our decisions.

It’s not because of our freedoms that some people hate us. It’s because we continually mettle in the affairs of others, trying to control the world and change it to benefit us, but saying we’re doing it because of some moral calling.

Note: I’m not anti-America, but if we want to improve and even for our own security, we have to be honest about our mistakes.

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  • gRegor

    agreed. well-said.

  • indykitty

    holy crap… did gRegor start posting on Doug’s weblog?

  • indykitty

    For the record I agree with you…
    I would also like to add that I will not be reccommending your blog to Jim… umm j/k or something