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originally posted by: DeepImpactX
a reply to: ItCameFromOuterSpace
He's out of touch just like Ted Nugent is.
They both think America is the greatest nation on earth..........based on when they think America actually was.
America is not the greatest, nor was it ever.......unless the only criteria for determining that is having freedoms no one else has.......just for the sake of it.
It defies all rational logic that people still follow this president and consider him the "Messiah".
After nearly 7 years of deceit and lies
do nothing but campaign
weaken the economy
divide the country
bow down to our enemies and disrespect our friends
If you are in the US and agree to the above you may want to consider renouncing your citizenship and moving to your "promised land" country of choice.
And this from someone that voted for him the first time.
originally posted by: ProfessorChaos
a reply to: introvert
Propaganda isn't only from the Right,
and just because you seem to prefer sipping the koolaid from the other side of the glass, doesn't make you any better than Charlie Daniels, or anyone else.
It's a two-headed beast we're dealing with, and the sooner people wake up to that fact, the better off we'll all be.
the greatest nation the world has ever known is losing a war with a small army of criminals and thugs that grows bigger every day simply because you don't have the guts to face the problem.
originally posted by: mobiusmale
Now, you see, I can never understand why people make this statement.
Exactly what freedoms do Americans enjoy, that are not available to the people of Canada, Australia, the UK, Sweden, France...and dozens more Countries?
Why do American's have this idea of "only in America"?
I hear and read about this all the time, and it mystifies me...things like, "only in America" can a man/woman start out with little or nothing, work hard and become a success.
Does the average American actually believe these things?