Everybody in this country over indulges in what I can only describe as "political escapism." With everything falling to utter pieces, the ruling class having top secret initiatives aimed at its own population, and everything else happening here under the sun, the "USA! USA! chants are just mind numbingly stupid. The ruling ideology of this nation is globalism and internationalism. For as much as Americans pretend to be against the United Nations, or an NWO, in actuality they serve as the New World Orders military enforcers. It's a sad and pathetic paradox. All it takes is a few words from Bill O'Reilly about some Bond villain `threatening freedom` and everybody is in full support of the military going off to bomb people into the stone age to destroy some regime that isn't abiding by the whims and rules of international plutocrats.To your credit you made a great point about illegal immigration and big business. Illegal immigration is one of the biggest frustrations right now and is a topic that I think is the main issue right now that is affecting Americans in a negative way. However, that IMHO does not mean that Americans should not be patriotic still. This is still one of the few countries in the world where a person has a great opportunity to pursue their respective dreams.
Americans are the biggest social cowards on the entire planet. This is honestly the only place I have ever been to where certain topics, deemed by television to be `politically incorrect`, will make people literally gasp in horror simply so they aren't seen venturing away from the dumb herd.
I've had it up to here with Muricans and their shallow sense of Patriotism.
Chanting USA in a wrestling arena isn't "patriotism."
It's just being an idiot. It's "political escapism." It's submission. It's "wreck everything, rob us blind, and usurp the population with cheap labor, and we'll still wave our little flags because we're spineless cretins."
Actual Patriotism is a little harder, and comes at a higher cost.
John Cena "Patriotism" is Patriotism out of a crackerjack box