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-- my take on July the fourth 2012.
I have to tell you that as an immigrant I have taken to in America's Independence -- like a -- to want to.
I'm like barbecue for rights hall what -- and a day off but -- moment.
From my first day -- I felt right at home right from the -- ago it was obvious to me that America is a very liberating place.
It awfully young man some scope some scale you could see the future I look pretty Bryce.
That's the America -- celebrate.
That July the fourth 2012.
Doesn't feel quite -- to me.
We are into a fourth year of what feels like a recession that's been -- on youthful ambition.
Have -- the first time in the forty years that I've been here I'm beginning to feel.
Pending it's as if my sense of liberty has been crimped a little now look this is not an -- authoritarian state by any means obviously not.
But the government directive it is the bureaucracy it's beginning to get to me.
He should see the -- -- to get -- sixteen year old daughter a job in a bakery.
Will be endless form filling to refinance a mortgage have you dealt with -- insurance companies the immigration department or the IRS recently.
Look I'm not complaining and I am absolutely certainly not leaving.
I'm just a little -- A country which -- to the government to do everything for everyone loses its sense of individual liberty.
I want America back the way it -- -- That's my -- I'm sure you've got some -- the say about that.
You Americans it's a great might take and I think a lot of people very with the thank you Cha think much and you have a great -- on the -- it's a lot and asked to do.
I think the united -- America has overcome a lot.
In -- -- history I think we can overcome this so you agree with that I agree we have issues that I don't think they're impossible.
To I don't know I agree that I am an -- total optimist on this absolutely with the on the outlook taught the economy takes center stage and that's it.
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