America does good...
...things all the time.
Here's a start to the great and good things America has done since WWII (IMHO) What do you think?. This is totally off the cuff and probably wrong, so add your own but keep it to ten.
1. Win WWII
2. Land on the Moon
3. Restore Europe and Japan
4. Invent R&B, Rock-n-roll, and soul
5. Invent the pill
6. Pass the Civil Rights Act
7. Bring in Alaska & Hawaii
8. 1957 Chevy bel Air 2-door ragtop
9. Voyager probe
10. Not destroy the world with the USSR
The list can be very long. Of course, in any category, we could do more, but overall we've been a top-ranked country in many areas
11. Professional football
12. 24 hour stores
13. The internet (thanks Al)
14. Clean air and water
15. Aid to developing nations
16. Women's equality
17. Atomic Energy
18. Medical research
19. Gay rights
20. Pop culture
My Beloved Pats
The Peace Core
The Hot Dog
Love of freedom
Sympathy for the underdog
Not in the above order, and I have to add an eleventh, Angelina Jolie.
If you think those countries aren't that bad you take a very strange stand for a "Far Left Liberal" they are against everything you stand for, and you called me uneducated :singing: :singing:
You better not go to Iran and start with the "Feminist Freedom Stuff" or tell the people if they don't agree with their president to go and stand in front of his Palace and call him a dummy (nobody will ever see you again)
1. Elimination of national deficit (before Bush).
2. Red Sox winning the World Series.
4. In Vitro Fertilzation.
5. Civil Rights
6. polio vacine
7. Berlin Wall destroyed
8. Man on the moon (the song also)
9. Truman Presidency
10. Transportation improvements
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