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Old 07-04-2019, 07:56 AM
Status: "Brexit bound" (set 23 days ago)
 
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Ignore the begrudgers.
As a Brit I will forever be grateful to the USA for your support during our darkest hour in WW2.
Without you coming to the aid of the Allies Europe would have been lost to Hitler.
GI's gave their lives to allow Europeans the freedom to criticise America as they often do now.
And when some strutting martinet like Macron dares criticise Trump for demanding Europe pays its agreed share of defending Europe today through NATO I know what my grandfather would have done.
He fought all the way to Paris alongside American pals to liberate that city.
He'd kick the cheese-eating surrender monkey's ass all the way down the Champs Elysees.
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Old 07-04-2019, 08:11 AM
 
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Ignore the begrudgers.
As a Brit I will forever be grateful to the USA for your support during our darkest hour in WW2.
Without you coming to the aid of the Allies Europe would have been lost to Hitler.
GI's gave their lives to allow Europeans the freedom to criticise America as they often do now.
And when some strutting martinet like Macron dares criticise Trump for demanding Europe pays its agreed share of defending Europe today through NATO I know what my grandfather would have done.
He fought all the way to Paris alongside American pals to liberate that city.
He'd kick the cheese-eating surrender monkey's ass all the way down the Champs Elysees.
Thank you! We do pretty much ignore the begrudgers. - They are very, very Grumpy because of their never ending Hysterical Meltdown in 2016. Normal People in the USA Today are celebrating our 243rd Birthday of this great Country we are proud of. The others want to turn us into a Socialist Country and open our borders to invaders while ignoring our Laws and Constitution. We will remain steadfast.
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Old 07-04-2019, 08:15 AM
 
Location: Washington State
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Originally Posted by Roscoe Conkling View Post
Ignore the begrudgers.
As a Brit I will forever be grateful to the USA for your support during our darkest hour in WW2.
Without you coming to the aid of the Allies Europe would have been lost to Hitler.
GI's gave their lives to allow Europeans the freedom to criticise America as they often do now.
And when some strutting martinet like Macron dares criticise Trump for demanding Europe pays its agreed share of defending Europe today through NATO I know what my grandfather would have done.
He fought all the way to Paris alongside American pals to liberate that city.
He'd kick the cheese-eating surrender monkey's ass all the way down the Champs Elysees.
Thanks! We also owe a debt of gratitude to the English...we took your law, economics, philosophy, religion, and culture with us when we left.

Happy 4th of July to all!
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Old 07-04-2019, 08:17 AM
 
Location: Fredericktown,Ohio
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Happy 4th to everyone. Hope you are enjoying non partisan things in life such a BBQ, fireworks, good looking woman, music, lots of beer and wine, some 420. I am going to my last fireworks show in the small town I live in and hope to see friends before I move should be good time.
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Old 07-04-2019, 08:34 AM
 
Location: Florida
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Ignore the begrudgers.
As a Brit I will forever be grateful to the USA for your support during our darkest hour in WW2.
It is actually a celebration of our freedom from you Brits.
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Old 07-04-2019, 08:38 AM
 
Location: Washington State
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It is actually a celebration of our freedom from you Brits.
It's much more than just that...it's a celebration of our nation, culture, lifestyle, freedoms, and family.
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Old 07-04-2019, 08:46 AM
 
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Ignore the begrudgers.
As a Brit I will forever be grateful to the USA for your support during our darkest hour in WW2.
Without you coming to the aid of the Allies Europe would have been lost to Hitler.
GI's gave their lives to allow Europeans the freedom to criticise America as they often do now.
And when some strutting martinet like Macron dares criticise Trump for demanding Europe pays its agreed share of defending Europe today through NATO I know what my grandfather would have done.
He fought all the way to Paris alongside American pals to liberate that city.
He'd kick the cheese-eating surrender monkey's ass all the way down the Champs Elysees.
Ignore the punchbowl pissers, they'd complain if they were hung on a beautiful, sunny day and with a brand new rope.

Thank you for your graciousness. Many of us baby boomers had fathers who fought in WWII Europe and had nothing but great things to say about the English people.

Like another person stated, we inherited many good traits by being a British colony in the past.

Later today I'll raise a glass to you while eating a hearty Fourth of July meal.
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Old 07-04-2019, 08:51 AM
 
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In this country people are free to decide what it means to them !!!
It will stay that way unless the leftist mob gains power !!!

Those that respect the symbols of America and the freedom it represents can attach their own personal meaning to it through their own experiences !!!
There is nothing the leftist mob collective can do to change that !!!

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Old 07-04-2019, 08:57 AM
 
Location: Tucson/Nogales
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It is actually a celebration of our freedom from you Brits.
And for that, we should give thanks to Tobacco and all smoke a cigarette or cigar on the 4th.

One of the motives for the Brits was to take over our tobacco plantations (Washington and Jefferson each had one) as at the time they were heavily addicted to tobacco and couldn't grow any tobacco in England that compared to the tobacco of Virginia.

In the book History of Tobacco, Benjamin Franklin was sent to Paris to get a loan to help drive out the Brits and they wanted 5 million pounds of tobacco as collateral for the loan, as the French were as addicted to tobacco as the Brits.

So, without tobacco, would we still be under British rule?

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Old 07-04-2019, 10:21 AM
 
Location: Florida
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And for that, we should give thanks to Tobacco and all smoke a cigarette or cigar on the 4th.

One of the motives for the Brits was to take over our tobacco plantations (Washington and Jefferson each had one) as at the time they were heavily addicted to tobacco and couldn't grow any tobacco in England that compared to the tobacco of Virginia.

In the book History of Tobacco, Benjamin Franklin was sent to Paris to get a loan to help drive out the Brits and they wanted 5 million pounds of tobacco as collateral for the loan, as the French were as addicted to tobacco as the Brits.

So, without tobacco, would we still be under British rule?

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They call them f*gs.

"Can I pinch a f*g" means "could I have a cigarette please".
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