Some of our Founding Fathers, the Federalists, supported the Constitution and argued for a strong federal union. They are also
called "Nationalists". Today, American Nationalism can be seen as the deepest attachment to the United States of America. Therefore, DO NOT mistake American Nationalism with Nationalism known
from other countries. There are good and evil versions. The last version is associated with baser human instincts which culminated in the "Final Solution", a term describing the ethnic cleansing
taking place in Germany. However, the American version (see article: What is American Nationalism?) is about being
proud of America and protecting the constitutional democracy to the maximum extent possible, holding up the values of a constitutional republic with the principle of rule of law, in order to
avoid evilness, because everything else would be high treason!
Every elected president, now and in the future, deserves a fair chance to implement his (or her) version of the United States in
line with the Constitution without getting discredited by his opponents. Instead, they should advertise a better version if they don't like it.
TEXT: U.S. ROOM GERMANY
Let every nation know, whether it wishes us well or ill, that we shall pay any price, bear any burden,
meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose any foe to assure the survival and the success of liberty.
-JOHN F. KENNEDY-
"I don't care what they call me as long as they mention my name"
-GEORGE M COHAN-