John E Kennedy once said, "ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country". These are wise words to live by, since every person has a civic duty that they owe to their country. All Americans owe so much to their society including; obeying the law, paying taxes, and making an effort to get a job. The government puts laws in place to ensure that the society will run smoothly, and everyone owes it to the country to obey these mks. Laws are created only to, again, further better the society. They are there to keep everyone safe, as well as give people the rights that they deserve. It is not a difficult task asked of the people, and after everything the government and other people have done for you, you owe it to them and the country to follow these laws. Taxes are something disliked by everyone. No one in the world likes to pay an excess amount of money for something they feel is useless. Although, taxes are not useless, and every American owes it to their country to pay them. When someone pays taxes, the money is given to the government and is used for many different things to further better our society. These things include sidewalks, paved roads, and even teachers. Sidewalks keep pedestrians safe, paved roads are better for cars, and teachers are there to educate the minds of the future adults of America. Without taxes, we would not be able to have so many things that better our country, so every American has a civic duty to keep up the goodness and pay their taxes.
Many people today have been struck with the poor luck of being let go from their jobs which is understandable. Although, every American owes it too their country to make an effort to get one. Some people that are out of work make no attempt to get a new one, but they should. It is your civic duty to make a living and contribute to the economy. The government should not have to pay for someone to live when they are capable of doing so their self. Also, when people