What does this even mean?Furstentum Liechtenstein wrote:I have no problem with you expressing appreciation for your country as it is at the moment.
My grandmother is dead and buried. What's the problem? I'm just following your line of thought here, not mine. Do you mean something different by "dead and buried"?I don't understand how you can compare a loving grandmother to an unfeeling nation but if your analogy moves you, what can I say?
That is the logical conclusion from your words. Not my problem. Sometimes it is fruitful for one to think before one speaks.I did not say that history means nothing. You are putting words into my mouth!
Nope. More speculation on your part. This is fun. I love talking with people who don't even know what they're fighting for.perhaps your deduction came from a sense of hurt, wounded pride.
Here's what I think: that sentance is meaningles, and just adds to your obfuscation. I'm proud of my son. Wow, he's such a looker, and so clever, and so intuitive. And I'm proud that he looks like me... I guess I'm evil; alas I am not, and you are far beyond confused.Here is what I think: History is very important, pride is always evil, thankfulness is beneficial.