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I Pledge Allegiance

I pledge allegiance

To the flag

To which no one stands

Or put their right hand over their heart

I pledge the allegiance

To the flag

Of the United States of Tolerance

Where homosexuality, Muslim,

And anything else in between is more than tolerated,

But Christianity is shoved down the throat of people

And so is not tolerated

I pledge allegiance

To the flag

Of the United States of America

And to the Republic

For which it stands.

One nation, too scared to stand up for herself

She's the greatest of the world, yet bows down the squabbles

Of other countries when they disagree with her

I pledge allegiance

To the flag

Of the United States of America

And to the Republic,

For which it stands,

One nation,

Under a God people hate and despise,

Yet blame when something major and horrible happens

Under a God who helped America win its independence,

Yet we no longer believe it was He who helped

I pledge allegiance

To the flag

Of the United States of America

And to the Republic,

For which it stands,

One nation,

Under God,

Indivisible, except when we disagree on issues

That can destroy our great nation

And leave us like the other great nations that are now destroyed.

I pledge allegiance

To the flag

Of the United States of America

To the Republic,

For which it stands,

One nation,

Under God,

Indivisible,

With liberty to illegal immigrants and justice for criminals

And dumb cases against the Constitution

I pledge allegiance

To the flag

Of the United States of America

And to the Republic,

For which it stands,

One nation,

Under God,

Indivisible,

With liberty and justice

For only those who can twist their meanings

And pretend that the laws don't always exist,

And to those who can't afford it,

Do not gain the liberty and justice they need

As I pledge allegiance,

Tears run down my face.

Our still great nation,

In order not to seem vain,

Presents herself as a coward,

And we, her people, are just fine with it.

We live under a God,

Who has sent His Son to die for us,

Who was the foundation of this nation,

But is pushed out of it.

We call ourselves undivided,

But we're split into two groups:

Those who are trying to keep the great nation alive,

And those who are trying to be "sensitive" to other nations.

Those who still live under God,

And those who hate Him.

We claim liberty and justice for all,

But whoever's got the influence has the power,

And whoever has the power has the liberty and justice.

It is to this nation that I pledge my allegiance.

I pledge allegiance,

To the flag,

Of the United States of America.

And to the Republic,

For which it stands,

One nation,

Under God,

Indivisible,

With Liberty and Justice

For all.




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