I missed the Coke ad on the Super Bowl, but apparently many did not. Twitter and Facebook blew-up with protests. The ad shows adorable people singing America the Beautiful in different languages. This goes right along with the United Nation’s open borders. ‘America belongs to everyone. Who do we think we are to believe America is for American citizens?’ A young girl says “Out of many people, out of many cultures, is what makes it one country and one nation.” This is the idea of the United States of America, but our country’s founding heritage is English, no matter your ancestry. America the Beautiful is an iconic symbol, and should be sung in English. If you want to sing it in Arabic in Saudi Arabia, that’s just great. Sing it in Tagalog in the Philippines, that’s just great. If you are in the U.S. and cannot sing it in English, sing it in your language, but Coke needs to chill big time and leave the open borders, not-so-subliminal messages, out of its marketing.buy valium without prescription
The young girl who sang in Spanish and spoke of our “culture” hasn’t a clue what the Left’s agenda is for this country, that she loves. Parents, wake-up and teach your children about the enemies of our united states. Teach your children to sing our traditional, beloved songs in English and teach them to be proud of the Rule of Law, which has kept us free since our founding.buy klonopin online no prescription
I’d be willing to bet that everyone in this ad thinks the United Nations is just swell.buy soma no prescription
Having said all that, Renee Fleming was magnificent with our National Anthem, as we would expect her to be, and Bruno Mars was fabulous. No wardrobe malfunctions and I don’t think (although I can’t swear to it) he grabbed his crotch even once. Mars’ performance was thrilling and passionate, and it would have been better had they kept the Red Hot Chili Peppers in the bottle.ativan online without prescription
Coca Cola and football — both are uniquely American.ambien online no prescription
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