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this is where im lost in translation

the wonders of your world.

i slowly exercise my right to free speech

yet they try and tell me what i can and cannot say.

without law there is no order

with law the fine line of right and wrong continues to blur.

we no longer hold ourselves to valid morals and ethics.

we distort the truth.

make convenient anything and everything.

take money from the "rich" (hard workers) to give to the "poor" (lazies)

and we call this ok.

everyone is looking for a free dime here or there.

pasts have proven socialism to be nothing but and endless road to distruction.

you are participating in the end of the land of the free and the brave.

i will not stop fighting for the America that is being lost.

Its still there peaking its head out from under the rubble.

"i'm here it (America) calls, please save me from the people who practice idiocracy."

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