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The Pledge of Allegiance

The Pledge Of Allegiance

The Pledge of Allegiance was written in 1892 by a man named Francis Bellamy for a children's magazine called The Youth's Companion. Mr. Bellamy wanted the flag to fly above every school in America so that children would feel pride and love for their country when reciting the words to the Pledge of Allegiance. That was before the recent September 11, 2001 attacks.

The Pledge of Allegiance is a solemn oath of allegiance or fidelity to the U.S. I pledge allegiance, has always meant a strong devotion to or a solemn promise of loyalty of a citizen to his or her government. This is nothing but the truth since September 11,2001. More than ever have we all seen the strong devotion and dedication to this great country. In the first few days after the terrorist's attacks you couldn't buy an American flag anywhere. Everyone had in some way symbolized his or her strong patriotism, in a visual sense and an emotional sense. It didn't seem to have the strong feeling that accompanied the strong words until recent.

To the flag, a piece of cloth varying in size, shape, color, and design, usually attached to one end of a staff or cord and used as the symbol of a nation, state or organization. Not these days. The flag that we are talking about is not about size, shape and color. A symbol of a nation is closer but doesn't capture it. What we are clearly talking about is symbolism for a very strong sense of emotion created from our own unity of devotion to our people and all that we stand for. This does not require setting aside our differences and

opposing opinions. This requires bringing our differences and opposing opinions together and accepting them as a nation.

Of the United States of America, a republic in the north western hemisphere comprising of 48 conterminous states, the District of Columbia, and Alaska in North America and Hawaii in the North Pacific. No matter which hemisphere or whether or not a state is land locked or in the middle of an ocean, we are united. Hence, "United We Stand". We felt the disbelief and loss as a nation, not as individuals. We did not feel the grief as mothers and fathers or friends and relatives, we felt all the emotions as one individual who lost their mothers and fathers and friends and relatives.

And to the republic, a state in which the supreme power rests in the body of the citizens entitled to vote and is exercised by representatives chosen directly or indirectly by them. Thank God, for G. W. The president has been our unity, our voice, courage and bravery all wrapped up in one representation of "We". George W. Bush is "We The People". We have seen our nations shock, our nations indescribable emotion, our nations courage and bravery and our nations strength all in one man. How proud this nation must be.

For which it stands, that's right, it stands. The twin towers fell and our nation stood up. We stand taller than we ever have before. The sense of patriotism sits high on everyone's agenda. These terrorists didn't discriminate color, religion or family backgrounds. The discrimination lies deep within our loyalty to this nation and our freedom.

One nation, under God, not only did we unite as a country we also came

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