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Subj: Perhaps Burnside was in Pleasantville to have his mind and body put back together...
Posted: Thu May 18, 2017 at 06:31:58 pm EDT (Viewed 168 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Perhaps Captain Hydra is 1950's Captain America William Burnside
Posted: Thu May 18, 2017 at 01:17:27 pm EDT (Viewed 167 times)
...and all the things that we see in his "past" is really what Burnside experienced/went through before he became the 1950s Cap.
As long as they end with the speech, I'm happy:
Listen to me -- all of you out there! You were told by this man -- your hero -- that America is the greatest country in the world!
He told you that Americans were the greatest people -- that America could be refined like silver, could have the impurities hammered out of it, and shine more brightly!
He went on about how precious America was -- how you needed to make sure it remained great!
And he told you anything was justified to preserve that great treasure, that pearl of great price that is America!
Well, I say America is nothing!! Without its ideals -- its commitment to the freedom of all men, America is a piece of trash!
A nation is nothing! A flag is a piece of cloth!
I fought Adolf Hitler not because America was great, but because it was fragile! I knew that liberty could be snuffed out here as in Nazi Germany! As a people, we were no different than them!
When I returned, I saw that you nearly did turn American into nothing!
And the only reason you're not less then nothing --
-- is that it's still possible for you to bring freedom back to America!
What If?, #44
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