Sure, America has many problems and has a history of doing many bad things and has had many bad people leading it. Sure it is a horrible place to be, unless you compare it to everywhere else. If you feel that some other place is better, by all means, defect and see how that goes.
We are so fortunate to live in America. Every day I am so grateful that I was born here. Sure we have problems here, as does any country, but I can't think of any place that would be better. Why do you think so many people risk their lives to get here? I truly believe that those who hate it should leave.
I do not like America, and before anyone says I should leave, I'd love to, I just can't afford to. I have been to third world countries and didn't want to leave. They aren't spoiled, overly patriotic, and don't worship everything that has to do with their country. Forget the constitution and other silly things like that, you are a human being and have the freedom to love or hate as you please. If you love America, good, if you hate America, good.
It's our right to think or say what we truly feel. I don't really hate America, but I do hate the politicians that's running the government and some the ignorant, deluded, brainwashed people in it. But if that person feels shame and hatred towards his/her own country, then they have every right to do so.
I do not believe it is wrong for an American to hate America. I am one of those people. I hate what our country has become. I wouldn't want to be anywhere else but I really dislike the stupidity that our people deal with every day and that our people have such a chip on their shoulders.
No, I do not think it is wrong for an American to hate America. America is a free country and people have the right to their feelings. I believe that it's possible for a person to have a really bad experience that can sour them and cause them to hate their country.
It's not wrong for an American to hate America. We have freedom of expression and freedom of thought. Anyone can hate whatever that person wants to hate. Unlike Europe, hate speech isn't banned in America. So long as the hatred doesn't inflict upon or restrict someone else's rights, it is not anyone's place to judge whether or not hating someone's country is a valid feeling.
As an American, I don't care much for my country or the expected way of life here. I don't enjoy saying this, but I think I hate my country. I've joked about moving to Canada or even Belize, but I actually think I might like the change of pace. Everyone here is too concerned about money and everything is so fast paced. I want to enjoy life.