So Coca-Cola had an ad for the super bowl today. It's an ad in which it showcases the multitude of cultures who call the united states home, all the while the song America The Beautiful is being sung in the different languages of said cultures. I personally found the ad to be beautiful and very patriotic. I even felt proud to be American for a second. Until I saw the out cry from some of my fellow "Americans". Apparently a lot of people took offence to such a song being sung in a foreign language. They call it disgraceful that Coca-Cola would do such a horrible disrespectful thing. All their arguments boil down to "this is murica! We speak English!". It disgust me and shames me that so many people would be so intolerant in this country. The people offended by such a message are a disgrace to themselves and this country. America, we welcome ALL people no mater race, color or creed, or language. Clearly not. What do you guys think? TLDR; Nothing new here, move along. Link to video.