More on (no pund intended) the myth of American exceptionalism:

A recent report found that untaxed or undertaxed offshore holdings amount to an estimated $620 billion owed to the U.S. taxpayers. That is just the tip of the hypocrisy iceberg. (Photo: rolffimages/Bigstock via Citizens for Tax Justice)

If we are so exceptional and God’s gift to the planet why

… do we have Corporations Hoarding $2 Trillion in Profits, Asking Taxpayers to Pay Their Employees’ Wages?

… do we mourn American Lives, But Not Foreign Lives?

… do we Care About Unborn Children, But Not Living Children?

… do we Demand Self-Reliance of People Who Can’t Find a Living-Wage Job

… do we Turn Away People Who Were Displaced by Our “Free Trade” Pacts?

Five Great American Hypocrisies

American ‘exceptionalism’ exists in the minds of super-patriots who are more than willing to overlook their own faults as they place themselves above other people. The only question may be which of their self-serving hypocrisies is most outrageous and destructive.