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Are you a patriot or a traitor?
Use this test to learn if you are a freedom-loving American or a traitor to our nation.
Question 1: Who was "first in war, first in peace, first in the hearts of his fellow countrymen"?
Robert E. Lee
Charles De Gaulle
Question 2: What is the greatest political document ever written by man?
Constitution of the United States
Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Mao's Little Red Book
John Lennon's "Imagine"
Question 3: Who won the Second World War?
Soviet Union and its allies
Germany and Japan
United States and its allies
No one can ever "win" a war.
Question 4: What news source provides the fairest and most balanced coverage of today's events?
New York Times
CBS News with Dan Rather
National Public Radio
The New Yorker
Question 5: What do you think about Wal-Mart being the largest company in the world?
It is the cause of poverty and pollution in third world countries.
It shows what traditional American values can achieve.
It was built on the backs of exploited workers.
It should be broken up, like Ma Bell and Microsoft.
It shows how cheap and unsophisticated Americans are.
Question 6: What do you think should be done to stop terrorism against Americans?
Force Israel to give more land to the Palestinians.
Offer more foreign aid to Muslim countries.
Let the United Nations take the lead in dealing with this problem.
Hunt down and kill terrorists and their supporters.
Offer aid to terrorist groups that stop attacking people.
Question 7: What do you think of the slogan, "America, love it or leave it"?
Slogans are silly.
Dissent, not conformity, is what makes America great.
You can't "love" a country.
Sounds right to me.
This is a racist, bigoted comment.
Question 8: Which of the following sports do you like the most?
Question 9: Which President does not belong in this group?
John F. Kennedy
Ulysses S. Grant
Dwight D. Eisenhower
Question 10: Which sums up your personal philosophy?
Liberty, equality, fraternity.
Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
From each according to his means; to each according to his needs.
The good of the many outweights the good of the one.
I'm OK, you're OK.
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