The Unpatriotic Side of July Fourth

Comedian points out many things associated with celebrating Independence Day are imported.
1:18 | 07/04/14

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It's time for the next fourth of July edition fourth of July you think -- things American it didn't celebrate America absolutely you'd be surprised how many things really aren't -- on American. -- -- -- -- According to the US Census Bureau 94%. Of plant purchase last year were imported from China. That's right we're outsourcing the number one symbol for freedom to a country -- a 132. Trillion dollars him. Not just flat fireworks are from China behind twice their fear is actually -- -- the company. So -- when everything but things in the world out there we need to be conscientious about that. -- -- moving on you know Newcastle. Brown -- out of the UK they've been running these ads they become quite controversial have been talking about what this country would be like if England had won the revolutionary war great Britain and -- it lets us take a look they issued an apology. For these ads but is that really an apology Elizabeth -- particulate. America we all truly sorry about the fact that -- not story. The freedom to exploit -- patriotism to sell you the is exactly the kind of freedom you'll founding fall this fool for clinics -- On the that's Elizabeth Hurley there with an apology non apology -- -- sort out.

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