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That’s What It Means to Be an American



Setting:  4 uniformed Cub Scouts, carrying suitable props (such as a megaphone, nightcap, church model, and a star) speak the following lines.

Cub #1: You can say anything you want to say, whoever you may be. Some things cost a lot of money, but speech is free.

All: That’s what it means to be an American.

Cub #2: You can write anything you want to write and dare to disagree.

All:  That’s what it means to be an American.

Cub #3:  You can’t be put in prison, unless you’ve been fairly tried.  You can choose your place of worship with your family by your side.

All:  That’s what it means to be an American.

Cub #4:  You can dream any dream you want to dream, and make it all come true. We live in a land where liberty is meant for me and you.

All:  That’s what it means to be an American.

 


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