As much as I enjoy living in the US, good and bad, and have pride in my English upbringing, there is one thing in the US that irritates the living shit out of me, which is the appropriation of the term "patriot".As I recall, USS Constitution had 30 guns on the gun deck and ~20 on the spar deck. In addition there were two small bow chasers and two small stern chasers.
Not sure if they all are still there as in the mid 1990's, when she only had standing rigging, work was done to replace all running rigging and get sails and now Constitution can sail again.
A few years ago Constitution was again in Graving Dock 1, adjacent to her berth, for reduction of hogging and to replace some of the copper sheets protecting the hull. Some of the copper removed had been made by silversmith Paul Revere, American patriot (and British traitor. ) I have been told that Graving Dock 1 was built in the late 1820's.
You correctly identified that Paul Revere was a patriot to one side and a traitor to the other. Many, many Americans associate "patriot" with "American", rather than its true meaning of fidelity to one's country.
Judging by this thread, even the Snow Mexicans are apparently patriots to their country.
But I think all in North America (except those in your neck of the woods) hate Tom Brady and his band/brand