If I had to describe myself, I wouldn’t use words like ‘hero.’ I wouldn’t use ‘patriot,’ and I wouldn’t use ‘traitor.’ I’d say I’m an American and I’m a citizen, just like everyone else.
The white man made the mistake of letting me read his history books. He made the mistake of teaching me that Patrick Henry was a patriot and George Washington – wasn’t nothing non-violent about old Pat or George Washington.
I think very poorly of United Russia. United Russia is the party of corruption, the party of crooks and thieves. And it is the duty of every patriot and citizen of our country to make sure that this party is destroyed.
Some say Edward Snowden is a hero and a patriot. Others say he’s a fool and a traitor. The evidence is mounting that the guy who leaked the details about the National Security Agency’s Internet-eavesdropping program may be something more sinister – namely, a willing tool in China’s ongoing cyberwar against our nation.
The same ambition can destroy or save, and make a patriot as it makes a knave.
Never was patriot yet, but was a fool.
The patriot’s blood is the seed of Freedom’s tree.
I’m a patriot in the truest sense of the word.
Thanks in part to the Patriot Act, the federal government has been able to demand some details of your online activities from service providers – and not to tell you about it.
No man can be a patriot on an empty stomach.