A rhetorical question, asked in an ironic sense, derived from a supposed conservative tendency to view disagreement as unpatriotic. It is chiefly used in two situations: when a non-conservative points out something damning to the orthodoxy, and when a conservative says soemthing that reveals hypocrisy.
"So, then, gay marriage will destroy society, but Abu Ghraib was perfectly okay?" "Why do you hate America so much?"

"I'm all for free enterprise, but when companies start offering domestic-partner benefits, free enterprise has gone too far." "Why do you hate America so much?"
by Doctor Whom May 22, 2005

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