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America First

Like many, I have struggled with the concept of global citizenship.  For many years I felt that it is just by the luck of fate that I was born in a nation with freedom and opportunity when I seemingly could just as easily have been born in another nation that does not afford those luxuries.  Governed by this sentiment, I was a sympathetic to the concept of global citizenship, or a world mostly without borders.  I felt that this was the fairest way, and one in which anyone should be able to move about anywhere and gain as equal access to opportunities as possible without regard to where one happened to have been born.