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Living in America

Our great country is in such a state of divide that it has contaminated our uniqueness of being so great. We have to start addressing issues individually and not as a whole as this increases the divide even further. Our country is made of approx 319 million people. There will be bad people trying to find their way as well as many great individuals making a difference. These people are Muslim, Jewish, Christian, Catholic, Mormon, Black, White, Hispanic, and Asian to name a few. Making our country great again is not about divide but how do we unite! I love America and each difference we have to offer. Let Freedom Ring!

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