We don’t, of course, but dweeblings from the far right keep saying we do. It’s a bizarre but persistent habit of theirs.
Why do they do this? Simple. On the one hand, they can believe that we have a malign, groundless, irrational, and hitherto unsuspected hatred of America. This serves to explain why we keep criticising the Bush administration, the conduct of the war, and other follies and misdeeds.
On the other hand, they can admit the possibility that we had and have some good reason to be saying these things, in which case they’ve been played for suckers. If this were a Chuck Jones cartoon, this realization would briefly make them transmogrify into asses, just to make the point clear.
They don’t like that thought. It’s in breach of the basic social contract of the freepi and dittoi, which states that they always get to think they’re the smart guys, no matter how stupid they suspect they’ve been. This leaves them needing to believe that all those critics and dissidents hate America—even the ones who are lifelong public servants, or have served or are currently serving in the U.S. military, or who find the idea that they hate their country a specimen of Totally Alien Thought.