July 4, 2008, - 5:30 pm

Must See 4th of July Video!: Fireworks @ Mt. Rushmore

By Debbie Schlussel
One of the American sites I’d most like to see before I die is Mount Rushmore. And, now–after watching these videos, below–I’ve decided I want to see it on the eve of Independence Day. Very Cool and Breathtaking!:


G-D BLESS AMERICA! I Love This Country!

8 Responses

Debbie, you’ll get to go there. Its only a few states (in Keystone, South Dakota) removed from Michigan. I think that’s an awesome video and Mount Rushmore is a great tribute to four of our greatest Presidents!

NormanF on July 4, 2008 at 6:10 pm

Cool vid. I had no idea they had the fireworks there like that.

samurai on July 5, 2008 at 11:26 am

You show great taste here Debbie. It is awesome!

BB on July 5, 2008 at 2:36 pm

Debbie, I haven’t been there either. Maybe we should go before they start carving Obama in between Roosevelt and Lincoln.

Anonymous1 on July 5, 2008 at 3:47 pm

Hey, I love America too. And I thank God for her.
“America America, God sheds His Grace on thee-…. From sea to shinging Sea.” “So stand beside and Guide her.”
God Bless you Debbie!
God Bless Ameica!

dannygirl on July 5, 2008 at 11:21 pm

If you ask me, the best fireworks are tracer rounds lighting up the darkness, seen through night vision goggles in the skies above Baghdad.

Bucky The Moonbat Slayer on July 6, 2008 at 12:35 am

Hi Debbie! my Family owns a lot of land in North Dakota… i’ve been to the Mount RoshMore. It is breathtaking…
I went to Canada and North Dakota for holiday.. its nice… the water in the lakes is realy realy cold! But I got to tour the Marvin Windows factory in Grafton North Dakotah. My Father is trying to build up the area…. the factory was neat but scary! Enywhez i want a new puppy.. i fell in love with a Cavelire Spaniel!
Best wishes and hope you the best!

PrincessKaren on July 6, 2008 at 12:39 am

Rushmore is definitely worth the visit.
A number of years ago, drove from the Midwest to Jackson Hole, WY, for July 4th weekend. We heard a beautiful concert by an orchestra made up of summering professional symphony folks, watched a rodeo, and then watched fireworks. I have the pictures of my son in his stroller carrying an American flag; beautiful “purple mountains’ majesty”, as the town is ringed by the Tetons and Rockies…a truly moving experience, the entire day, and I remember reflecting on what a wonderful country this was…is…could be, if we don’t give it away.
I’m sure going to Mt. Rushmore on the 4th would be similar.

Maurice on July 7, 2008 at 9:14 pm

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