Where did the phrase, American Exceptionalism come from? Paul Mulshine at the NJ Ledger answers:Oh, and by the way, the Pledge of Allegence was written by a socialist:
Most politicians assume the term was coined by a Founding Father or some other traditional figure. In fact, it was coined by a communist. In 1927, a leader of the American Communist Party by the name of Jay Lovestone used the term "American exceptionalism" to describe the way in which our economic system differed from the systems in other countries.You’re probably wondering how a term coined by a commie could end up as an applause line for Republican presidential contenders. Well, you see, it’s linked to the way in which the American followers of Leon Trotsky gradually changed their views during the 1930s in opposition to Josef Stalin’s stance on … never mind. Suffice it to say that so-called "neo" conservatives also use terms like "benevolent global hegemon."Jay Lovestone was also a CIA asset who had an FBI file thousands of pages long. His papers were filed at the Hoover Institution in 1975 and were sealed for 20 years. Nothing suspicious there. So sad to hear conservatives spouting the American Exceptionalism line, confusing nationalism with patriotism. They're being played by the most successful communists in history.