If possible, will you consider swift your nationality ? why ?

@tudors (1556)
March 9, 2009 8:55am CST
Given chance, will you consider change your nationality ? if yes, whose citizen do you hope to be? why ? I don't want to be a Chinese citizen, the education is horrible, so is the policy and policy makers.
3 responses
@cripfemme (7715)
• United States
10 Mar 09
I would never switch my nationality unless America becomes a police state or decides to start murdering disabled people or LGBT people as a policy, even then I would keep fighting the good fight, as they say, from wherever I fled to. When that battle was won, which I am sure it would be, Americans don't take kindly to despots, George W. Bush being the exception (we're sorry, world) and I'm sure would kick the SOB out on his or her behind before too long. Then I would come back right away. I guess I am kind of a Yankee doodle girl. I never really thought about it, but I am. Thank you for making me think in a new way.
@tudors (1556)
• China
10 Mar 09
yeah, that's why many people want to be a citizen of your country. lucky you.
@lampar (7597)
• United States
15 Mar 09
I can understand the feeling of people who were born in a totalitarian country like communist state, Islamo-fascist state or military dictatorship, especially for some one who love liberty and freedom. All of these states are either lack of these basic human rights or in the process of oppressing these values within their countries. Without the freedom of thought, expression, movement, choice, etc, a living person is no difference than a walking corpse in her daily life. For me i will not take anything in exchange for my love of country and my citizenship in a free nation.
@benny128 (3621)
9 Mar 09
no way, I am english and proud to be english and would never wish to be any other nationality or to live in any other country other than the uk. happy mylotting