Our Land

America the beautiful, they say we are free, To raise out hands in class, as long as we don't say what we think, Politics is suicide, Bigots are those who disagree, Find the right answer before we try to speak, I can say what I desire, as long as I don't shout fire, We are protected from the rest of the world, Sheltered are we, for alone we see ourselves, yet we are surrounded by nations we won't think, Forget foreign policy, as there is only government not it's people, What power does a man have, unless he makes his own


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