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Why I Am Thankful To Be an American

Well, it’s Independence Day in America and I have one simple message this week.

I am thankful to be an American.

I’m thankful to be born in a land where the opportunity exists for someone to start off in a small town, get an education, and work for an American-built and American-owned company.

I’m thankful to help hard-working Americans every day in order for them to do their job better, so that we can all work together to make America great again.

Finally, I’m thankful for those who serve and have served this country through the armed forces, fighting for freedom around the world. We would not be here if it weren’t for you.

What are you thankful for this Independence Day?

What do you celebrate every year?

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