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11-20-2011 @ 9:40AM
It is not a celebration for just the US. The first one that occurred was not held by any US citizens. It became a American Holiday during the Lincoln Administration.It's just about being thankful for what you have. If you have to struggle with that, I might point out being thankful in the face of hard times is the best way to get a new lease on life. Lord knows losing a child last year has made me thankful for a can of soup and stale crackers at times.There is WAY too much of this Us and Them nonsense.
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