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Is it really true

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in response to reader comment: Europeans want to be American

Submitted by Tim (Netherlands), Feb 8, 2007 at 12:03

Is it really true that most Americans think Europeans want to be Americans. I've heard it some time ago but I just couldn't imagine it. Now I read this post and I guess there really are Americans who think that. I can tell you that it's nonsense. I'm sure there's a small group of Europeans who want to be American and let me state that there's nothing wrong with that, but only a small fraction of Europeans share the same feeling.

I think it's a shame that the American pride goes so far.
I still find it very hard to believe.

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