American Exceptionalism

When I read Roger Scruton’s thoughts on America, I am filled with gratitude for the citizenship that I was blessed at birth with.

Take away America, its freedom, its optimism, its institutions, its Judeo-Christian beliefs, and its educational tradition, and little would remain of the West, besides the geriatric routines of a now toothless Europe. Add America to the discussion, and all the dire prophecies and mournful valedictions of the twentieth century seem faintly ridiculous.


This entry was posted in Quotes and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

One Response to American Exceptionalism

  1. Renee Buchko says:

    An excellent quote, but I feel that America has stopped brushing anf flossing daily and will soon be joining toothless Europe.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *