Ashley Wilson
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This Wednesday we will celebrate American Independence Day. It is a time where flags are displayed proudly and fireworks can be seen lighting up the night sky. As the 4th approaches, take some time to reflect on your freedoms and family.

What does America mean to you?

I can't wait to read your responses : )

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Kamal Bharati

I know american is good thing good kind of heart .really I m impress with them

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June Virginia Freemantle

I wish i knew what America is like but unfortunately i don't but if thats what they do then why not each culture is different remember and unique.

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Cynthia Watkins

Me, too. The way we treat our veterans (and their families, by extension), is a DISGRACE!

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rebecca bandy

I am personally frustrated at our government. I have been blessed with military friends who served with all and came back dissabled. They are not treated. Well and some are struggling to connect again with sociouty. They were trained to kill to defend and to protect so the trust for a savillian is dissconected. I cry for my friends because the struggles are real. When I stand to day it's because they stood for me first. I am great full for our soldiers and sad at what our nation has left them on the side lines to display. In it all God on high gets the glory. So with tears stteeming down my face I shall say well done good and faithful fighters. Well done

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Linda Gibson

For me it reminds me that our freedoms to either salute the flag or to protest is given to us by those who died. I remember making boxes for soldiers I would love to see people do that in every town on July 4th

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Billy Sullivan

Every thang.hell yeah

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Nihar Suthar

America to me means freedom and encouragement. In this country, you are encouraged and have the total freedom to go chase after your dreams, no matter how big they are! That inspires me every day. Happy 4th of July everybody :)

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Matt Bornhorst

For me, America is more than just a place, but an idea. It's the idea of freedom and being able to express yourself how you wish. I'll be celebrating our freedoms with family and commemorating our family that has served in past wars.

The 4th is also a time for great food and drink!

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Scott Foory

I certainly miss the way it was when I was in my 20's. A lot has changed over the years which has brought good and bad to this country.

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Jerry Ward

As a veteran, I fought for this country. It means everything despite all the ups and downs we face. No country is perfect.

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