• Yes, I love Puerto Rico, USA!! : )
  • I'm an American and I love my country. We have a pretty bloody history and we can be pretty hypocritical sometimes, but for all her flaws, I love the United States.
  • Yes I love the USA. I only wish all our men and women would come home from the war. +5
  • I do love Austraia
  • I'm glad you love your country sexyrabbit. It's better than thinking that the grass is always greener on the other side of the fence. I would love to be so sure about a place that a could wake up every morning and feel the pleasure just being where I am. Where do you live in Canada, if you don't mind me asking?
  • Yes i love Australia. I just don't like the Americans in it. Hahaha. jokes.
  • Absolutely sexyrabbit I love my country too!!
  • I'm from england and i hate it here. I wish I loved it but there is nothing to love.
  • Australian and proud of it.Yes i love my country.: )
  • I hail from the USA and I love it.
  • I love the IDEA of my country. Too many discrepancies to be truly happy. I dunno- I'm loyal to my country though, I would have served if they'd taken me :-/ blah
  • I wouldnt say i love it, but its better than a 3rd world country. So...meh. I live in America.
  • not really...
  • I'm from Cuba, and even thought it might not be the greatest Democracy or the greatest economy I love it.
  • dont know my country
  • My mom is from Guatemala and she says i am full american but i consider myself half of each. Guatemala is a beatiful place with fresh water and ancient temples.
  • I'm from the USA, and while I think there is a lot that needs fixing here, I do love it. I especially love our history. We've had so many great people here and I would really like our current country to be more like the one they dreamed of while they fought for it.
  • I'm from the U.S. and I LOVE my country. I LOVE your country, too. (No kidding.) Smart people realize that one of the greatest assets you can have in life is a next door neighbor who's also a good enough friend that they're not afraid to tell you when you have your head up your ass. Keep it up -- it's remarkably helpful. As a gay guy who'd really like to marry my partner, I can't help but noticing that, in the U.S., the closer you get to Canada the more reasonable everybody is on the subject. Is it the water? Or is civilization a transmissible condition? I also have to say, with the turmoil going on in Iran, I cannot forget the American diplomats in Tehran 30 years ago who escaped the takeover of our Embassy and found refuge in yours. They were just six people, but YOUR Parliament held a secret session for the first time since World War II to authorize giving them Canadian passports so they could get safely out of Iran and make it safely home. Your ambassador's name was Ken Taylor. Your Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs at the time was Flora McDonald. I don't know how many Canadians remember them or what they did now that it's 30 years later. I do, and I don't think I'm alone.
  • I do and I am glad when I see that others love their country whichever one it is.
  • Heck Yeah! Canada rules.
  • I am from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada...and yes I <3<3<3<3<3<3 love my country EH!!!!!!!!
  • hmm.. im having secondthoughts about this.. nationalism means "a love of country" and yes i do love my country.. even if our country has been in its worst..
  • Alberta Canada has been my home for over 50 years !!!! yes I would say I love the country and I am proud to call myself CANADIAN
  • England and love it.. but, id like it more if the weather was better :)

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