1. Which historical American figure would you most like to be for a day - George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, or Thomas Jefferson?
Benjamin Franklin. I think the general perception of Franklin was that he was really smart and I like to be though of that way. Besides, I like flying kites and from what I hear, he was pretty popular with the ladies.
2. America was born partly with the help of the Declaration of Independence. Now, in 2007, make your own declaration right here.
I solemnly declare on the 5th day of July in the year of our Lord, 2007, the following:
No day is complete without at least one episode of Spongebob Squarepants
All shoelaces should come with a lifetime warranty
Running shoes aren't just for running
Dunkin Donuts Coffee
Hillary in 2008
3. To sidetrack from the American theme a bit - Great Britain lost 13 colonies, but there are surely things that can make up for that loss. Name something about Britain that you admire or enjoy.
Their education system in light years ahead of the US. Plus, some really col music has come from there.
4. Ok, back to America - what do YOU love about America?
(So far) No matter how bad things get, there is always somewhere else where things are far worse, I have lived amongst and worked with immigrants from every country I can name (and a few I can't). In fact, my father was an immigrant. Every one that comes to this country from somewhere else will tell you the same thing about why they come here, opportunity. There is no greater breadth of opportunity regardless of who you are, where you come from, and what you start with.