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America the land of the free and the home of the brave A name given to us centuries ago by the star spangled banner Are we still what we were when that song was written Honestly no not entirely anyways but we are close The freedoms we have had for centuries are no longer what they used to be but they arent far from it and with the help of our nations people I know we can restore those freedoms to their true potential Im optimistic about our nations future because we still have most of our freedomsOur early American Ancestors had freedoms not much different then what Americans do now Most of our freedoms are the same but some of them have been modified If everything was still completely the same we might have a different government system My point is we are free but not as free as we once were I am so happy to be an American citizen because to me it means I have more freedoms than most other countries When our nation was founded it was founded on freedoms When we think about it we realize that some of those freedoms were already taken away from us modified or are in the process of being taken away from us Our freedom of speech for one has been modified and in ways thats a good thing like the fact that our government is finally doing something about cyber bullying because it has really gotten out of hand Another freedom that Im undecided about them trying to take away is the right to bear arms because in some ways its a good thing but in others it is bad some people it is the only way they have to protect themselves and their loved ones from danger but other people are taking advantage of guns by going out and committing crime with them which is part of the reason they are
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