When I was growing up in the sixties my parents talked to me about entitlements. They said I was entitled to work hard and expect life to be hard. I was entitled to obey the law and respect my elders. I was entitled to keep my marriage vows and provide for my family even if I had to work two jobs. I was entitled to put others before myself and not to whine when I did not get my way. I was entitled to share my blessings with others even if it meant giving away my last dollar. I was entitled to be thankful in everything and for everyday God allowed me to draw breath. Finally I was entitled to be a God fearing productive American Citizen who was proud of his country and all the entitlements it afforded me!

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