National Anthem To Get A Remix

Flag with too many stars

The Biden Administration is considering changing the national anthem to be more inclusive. The anthem has been a part of our country’s history for many years. We were told that the song was written by Francis Scott Key during the War of 1812, when he saw the American flag flying over Fort McHenry after a battle against British troops. The song, “Defence of Fort McHenry” became a popular patriotic song. Later, in 1931, President Herbert Hoover signed an executive order declaring that “The Star-Spangled Banner” is our national anthem.

The new proposal is to change the lyrics to include everyone in America. It would now include everyone who lives in this country, not just select groups. The song would begin by saying: “O’er the land of the free and home of the brave, where people are known by their names and not as immigrants or minorities; Where everyone is equal no matter their gender or race or religion; Where every child has a chance at a good education and every adult has a job; Where we take care of our neighbors and welcome people who come to our shores; Where we respect science, knowledge and the arts, and do not worship false laws and ignorance; Where everyone is treated with dignity and respect.”

This new anthem would probably not be very popular with many Americans. We are a country that has been built on immigrants, but many people think it is wrong to call America a nation of immigrants. The song would probably not be very popular with any of the people who voted for Donald Trump.

A new anthem might be a good idea. It should probably include a line about how we are a nation of laws and not men. It should also mention that we should love our neighbors as ourselves. It should include that we have religious freedom in this country, and everyone has the right to worship in peace. It would also have to acknowledge that there are many things wrong with our country today, and we must work together to correct them. This new anthem would be very long, but I think it could be written.

The idea is to have an anthem that everyone can stand up for, even those who do not understand it. We are a nation of immigrants, but we are also a nation of laws, where all people are equal under the law, and we are all entitled to the same rights. We are a nation of freedom of religion and freedom of speech, and we must respect people who believe differently from us.

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