In generations past they had “Don’t Tread On Me” and “Remember the Alamo,” and today we have FUBO. What’s it mean? It means that you want your country back. That you’re not a socialist, that you don’t want to pay your neighbors’ mortgage, that you are tired of big-government bailouts. Stand up and be counted — and use your First Amendment before they apply the Fairness Doctrine to t-shirts and bumper stickers.