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  • by pudge (1) on 2003.01.03 17:12 (#15740) Homepage Journal
    Few things make someone "anti-American." The obvious one to mention is if you want to violently overthrow the government of the United States, although even this is highly context-dependent (violent overthrow of the government is major tenet of the founding document of this nation). And you could similarly say that being against fundamental American principles -- such as the violent overthrow of an oppressive government, but more often being against things like democracy, free speech, etc. -- is being anti-American.

    But like most other labels, such as "terrorist", it is merely a label that doesn't really hold much depth. Oh well.