posted on Jun, 25 2011 @ 04:53 AM
Originally posted by Jim Scott
As an American, when the SHTF, we handle it where it is. Take, for example, Afghanistan, Iraq, Japan, Germany, etc. I don't see any red-blooded
American going to Canada. That's what the conscientious objectors did in the 60s. We can handle the problem. My guess is that you don't
understand why we are seemingly complacent now. It's because we are used to more difficult problems before we react.
We're tough. And we value Canadians as our loyal friends.
Owning guns doesn't make you "tough". Being in a million wars doesn't make your people "tough"...Especially when it's not actually a war that
involves your own citizens.
So actually, it's more the other way round. Many people around Europe see Americans as cowards, to act this way, then hide behind your guns (no
Please don't put on the "tough guy Rambo macho American act", coz it doesn't fly with the rest of the world (where people ARE bad-asses).
Americans, tough? So now you're speaking on behalf of all the crackheads, skitzo's & looney toons in your "perfect" country? Come on, stop
Again, a gun doesn't make you tough, or being in unjustified wars, either.