Yes I do
No I don't
Unless you're either too young to understand it or you're wheelchair bound or something like that, or unless nobody else is standing up (I.e. a social occasion where standing for the anthem is not the expected behavior).
Unpatriotic, yes. Un-American, no. I'm definitely against it, though I do support someone's right to.
RESPECT WE ARE LOOSING THIS AS A COUNTRY, AT FIRST IT STARTED BY DISRESPECTING OUR ELDERS, NEXT KIDS ARE BEATING THEIR PARENTS UP, GENERAL RESPECT IS NOT BEING TAUGHT
Would I say unpatriotic? Yes. UnAmerican? No. In America, you have that right. That does not mean I won't think you are a crappy person. We all have the right to think, say, and express what we believe in.
Voted by accident.
I genuinely don't care about my country. I care about the people I meet that happen to live in it, but not the country as a whole. I tend not to sing the national anthem because of that. I'm proud that our laws are humane, but the country didn't do that.. people did. People that happened to be born here.