America is a nation best politically defined by two extremely emotional responses, love and fear. There's a funny way of thinking about the society that is, by its own declaration, the greatest nation in history. A little stark contrasting game, played by picturing things that define the American people as you know them. You do not have to be American to play, but if you aren't, just identify yourself as a worldly observant. I'm American, and I've noticed that; Americans Love A Man In Uniform/Americans Fear Public Nudity Americans Love Guns/Americans Fear Authority Americans Love Fried Food/Americans Fear The Word 'Organic' Americans Love Voting, for American Idols/Americans Fear Voting, for American Presidents Americans Love To Settle Things With Their Fists/ Americans Fear Peace Talks Americans Love To Compete/Americans Fear Losing Americans Love to Cheat/Americans Fear Losing Americans Love Winners/Americans Fear Losing Americans Love to Watch People Shooting At Anything on TV/Americans Fear Street Crime Americans Love To Leave The Lights On All Night, for security/ Americans Fear Solar Panels, according to some HOA's Americans Love To Believe They Are Right/Americans Fear Being Proven Wrong You get the Idea? Anyone can play! All spins are welcome, just have fun with it.