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Robert Kashiwagi: U.S. is our country
If we disowned the United States, we were men without a country.
Interview outtakes from THE WAR:
"There's are all kinds of arguments going on because most people says, 'You people are blind at, at, at wanting to serve in the United States government.' Said, 'You're being pushed around.' And so he says, oh, says, 'You're, you're really stupid to do those things.' Called us dogs, you know. And, however, my feeling was that United State is our country and if we disowned United State, we were man without a country. We had no other place we could go to."