Here comes the special tourist guide for travelling through America:
God bless America
America is the greatest nation on earth. Just in case you don’t know. We have a rich culture and we are the most multicultural nation on earth. We are the melting pot where we all come together.
and where we stand united
We are very open-minded and value the differences of our cultures and honor for example Native Americans with our mascots for schools and football teams. We of course respect different traditions, look right here: Link
You can find Schloss Neuschwanstein in Disney World and why travel to Germany when we have a really cool Bavarian village in Washington State? Leavenworth
Nonetheless we like to travel around the world:
Check it out:
Our democracy is so unique that we want to
invade invite the rest of the world to become so blessed.
Nuclear testing Nevada
And as Bush already mentioned, we are the defenders of human rights. “Respect for human dignity and individual freedoms reaffirms a core tenet of civilized people everywhere. This important observance honoring our Bill of Rights and advocating human rights around the world allows all Americans to celebrate the universal principles of liberty and justice that define our dreams and shape our hopes as we face the challenges of a new era.”
Other nations are just jealous of our freedom.
And the people we are really feel sorry about are the Germans. Imagine, they don’t have freedom of speech. You can’t paint a swastika at the walls for example, unless you want to become a political prisoner of Germany. In America we don’t have this, we have freedom of speech. At least, we think so: Challenged/banned books
(and as an additional travelling tip: Don’t wear saggy pants if you are not sure about the laws, in some counties you can go to prison for this): “Proposals to ban saggy pants are starting to ride up in several places. At the extreme end, wearing pants low enough to show boxers or bare buttocks in one small Louisiana town means six months in jail and a $500 fine.”
And unlike some other nations we are proud of our history, you will find many examples where we are proud when you travel through America, you know, we will tell you, but here just one example:
“For a taste of history and the Old South, try visiting on of the many Louisiana plantations on your next vacation, especially around Baton Rouge and New Orleans. There are even some fine Southern Louisiana plantations worth visiting around Lafayette. Many of the elegant, sprawling, historical landmarks offer tours where you can experience the taste of the South before the Civil War. ”
Of course, living in such a diverse nation like America does have it’s challenges. So I don’t want to hide the advise of Mr. Macon D to be really multikulti and to appear anti-racist as a white person. Appearing anti-racist is very import in America.
So you have to fist bump Black people, bow, if you meet an Asian looking person, say “how” to Native Americans and Salem Aleikum to Muslim-looking people.