~ Where the Sun Will Never Set on Our liberty ~
I've been thinking about what Andrew Cuomo said, that America "was never that great". That is typical Leftist thinking, although few of them in such positions would be so blunt about saying it. I'm curious, how exactly does Cuomo define greatness? We became a superpower in less than two hundred years of existence. We ended slavery in less than one hundred years of existence. We were the first country to master flight. We were the first to create a nuclear reactor. We were instrumental in defeating Hitler and his allies in World War 2. We were the first nation in human history to walk on the moon. We invited the cell phone, and later the smartphone. We created the internet which has revolutionized the world. And that is just the short list of accomplishments. If those accomplishments don't define greatness, then I don't know what does. I have two questions for Cuomo, what country does he think is so great? And why isn't he living there?