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The message for the American youth is that this is a great country and we need to make sure that we pass on a heritage, a lineage and a legacy of American exceptionalism to each and everyone of you so that you can enjoy all the great liberties and freedoms that all the previous generations have had.
It’s important that we came here, just to touch base here in this great country… When I was about 16 I came with my dad for a couple of weeks and had a great time and I’ve wanted to come back, it’s been way too long. So, I’m very happy to be here and I want to come back longer with the rest of my family.
Britain is a great country. We can more or less say what we like, and we can walk down the street without anyone trying to kill us. I know it’s tough for some people, but generally we live in a caring society. We live in a great country, but we’re no longer a great power. Part of the problem with some elements of the European debate is that they hanker for the days when we were a great power. Those days are gone, and they went a long time ago.
The president, who finds so much to complain about in other areas of the world, apparently saw nothing wrong in recognizing a Communist regime that has killed more people in its short history of control over the teeming millions of that great country than any other collection of dictators or tyrants in the history of the world.
For years, liberals have demonstrated a near religious devotion to the cause of ‘cleaning up elections’ with campaign finance reform, the wondrous panacea that would finally rescue our great country from corruption in politics. … How anyone could believe that corrupt politicians could or would legislate away their own corruption is completely beyond me.
I try as hard as possible not to be pessimistic because I have never thought or believed that creating a Nigerian nation would be easy; I have always known that it was going to be a very tough job. But I never really thought that it would be this tough. And what’s going on now, which is a subjection of this potentially great country to a clique of military adventurers and a political class that they have completely corrupted – this is really quite appalling. The suffering that they have unleashed on millions of people is quite intolerable.
You know, as Secretary of State, I’ve been privileged to represent this great country, and I know its strengths, and I know its challenges. One of its strengths is the belief – here and abroad – that this is a place where you get ahead on merit. It doesn’t matter where you came from; it matters where you’re going.
If anything qualifies as an irony of history it would be this: that Marx and Engels throughout the nineteenth century wrote about America the United States as the great country of the future, of freedom and equality and a good life for the working man, and a country of revolution and emancipation, and of Russia as the great country of despotism, backwardness, savagery and superstition.