I am a 19-year-old male, born and raised in support of our national government. My resent interest in the way our great nation is governed began in the classroom. I found my American Government class to be quite interesting and the Bush and Clinton scandals only increased my interest in American politics. Ever since, I have a strong belief in our government and will support it throughout my life. I always keep up with the events in Washington and follow today’s issues very closely. Since the war began, MSNBC has been on in my room. I am a proud American citizen and would choose no other country to be from. I come from a home where we keep the flag present and raised to remind us of the people that gave their lives for us. Freedom is not something to be overlooked; our independences should not be taken for granted; and our government should continue making this land the great nation it is.
I believe in our American politics, our science and art of government. I believe that government is necessary. Born as an American, individual rights are given at birth to guarantee life, liberty, and happiness. We can express individualism. America offers equality to all citiz
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I believe the environment that a person grows up in is responsible for the political opinion of a person. Lack of government would mean lack of law and order, which would lead to evil. They disagree with Republicans on certain issues, which separates them from the Republicans. The third being George Bush, he has strongly influenced me. Their people were not happy, and the government did not listen to them, ultimately creating this war. People would go around killing and stealing, never worrying about any consequences for their actions.
America’s best quality is the right to vote. In today’s society, communism is not a prevalent form of government. When you live under a communist government you are not granted such rights. There are three people that have influence my recent...