This quote from Andrew Sullivan is going around
I feel a lump in my throat. I am so proud of the country I was born in and the country I have made my home. I have never been prouder to be an Anglo-American, to have done in our time what so many before us have done - to broaden the possibilities of liberty, to bring hope, to restrain the violent men and evil ideologies that are each generation's responsibility. The men and women in our armed forces did the hardest work. They deserve our immeasurable thanks. But we all played our part. By facing down the evil, the cowardly and the simply misguided, we have done a great good.
Some comments are focusing on the use of Anglo-American, but I think that that's just a straight-forward use denoting his English birth and American residency, and even though other countries took part, the US and UK led the effort, so I don't think it's as bad a usage as others do. I have a problem with the "But we all played our part" nonsense. That's completely delusional.