Not for americans easily offended. I absolutely hate america. Why? There is too

Denmark
August 16, 2007 4:56pm CST
many republicans and they gave us george bush. His power reaches far beyond the borders of the usa and we do not want him. What do you think?
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@sunshinecup (7880)
17 Aug 07
I say I can’t blame you at all. I did not want him as well. In fact how in the world he got back into office this second time is beyond me. You know... ”Fool me once, shame on -- shame on you. Fool me -- you can't get fooled again.” ~ George W. Bush September 17, 2002 I have yet to meet or seen over 5 people that admits to voting for the idiot. With that said, please don’t blame America as a whole for this dork, he was not of my choosing nor my family or friends. Heck not even my girls teachers, the cashier at my grocery, my doctor’s, my pharmacists, etc... I mean it’s hard to find someone in my circle that is responsible for putting him in charge. The only one’s I seem to see or hear, is on the net and most of them are trolls trying to stir emotions really. So while I will say “sorry”, for what your country has to endure from the shrub, please know I had nothing to do with it.
• Denmark
17 Aug 07
Come on sunshine, give me some credit. I would never blame america as a whole. You are on my friend list aint you? In fact most of my myLot friends are americans and i value your friendships. Its the same all over the place, there is some good and some bad ones no matter where you go. So dont you worry, all the americans who did vot vote for this clown, even those who did but now sincerely show remorse, got my blessings. :) Im not surprised that nobody want to admit that they voted for this hipocratic 2 faced mororn, i sure wouldn't either. Everytime i see him on tele he makes me laugh. Not coz i find him funni, but becoz laughter is better than tears. How on earth he made it that far is beyond my imagination too. Only yes.day i saw him interviewed on tele and they were asking him if he could tell them the name of the pakistani president. He's ansver was ofcourse i know his name, its general. Just general. What a pathetic amateur, he do not even know the name of his allied. I better stop now before i say sumat that might get me banned again from this site. PS: Dont worry, your friendship is safe with me. I met a few americans in real life and a lot online and got to admit most of them i regard as very decent people. You are deffinately one of them. :P. Greetings.
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@student7 (1002)
• United States
18 Aug 07
Don't worry Sunshine and Kim, I didn't vote for the moron the first or second time he ran for office. Shoot, I knew he was an idiot when he spoke when he was campaigning. I mean come on who in their intelligent minds says "evil-doer" I think that was a pure idiotic statement. I know that my family didn't vote for him, we weren't completely drunk. :)
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@4ftfingers (1313)
18 Aug 07
I think the US could be amazing. But like you say there are too many republicans. Republican to me, means greed. And greed is why they have poor standards of living. This great nation - the richest nation on earth should have more to show for all it's money. They should have the best health service in the world, they should have the lowest crime rate, they should have the longest life expectancy, they should have the smallest gap between the rich and the poor, they could all be living a better life. But they don't, all because they are not willing to put their hands in their pockets for each other. Ofcourse I say all this as a sweeping generalisation, there are a great number of very decent Americans who do share our sentiment for helping each other out, even republicans. I think it was world war 2 that was the decider. Europe had to become more socialist because we almost got taken over by a fascist dictator and we needed services that would rebuild the countries. Whereas the US, which didn't need rebuilding, became richer and richer, but at the same time developed a fear of socialism because of the big scary USSR. To make a great nation I think you really need to mix in a little bit of socialism. But that's something that the republican cronies in power are not willing to do, they won't give their money away.
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• Denmark
18 Aug 07
Wauw 4ft, you make me speachless. That was exactly what i should have put in this discussion. I seriously wonder what such an inteligent guy as you are doing here on myLot. Why dont you live in number 10. You seem to know a lot about what is happening around ya. I am impressed.
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@williamjisir (22900)
• China
17 Aug 07
I agree with you on that point. Anyway he is going to come off power. I hope the world would enjoy a better world without him. I am afraid that this topic will be deleted tomorrow as it is a sensitive one. But if we are given human right here, it should not be deleted. What do you think, kim?
• Denmark
17 Aug 07
Well, the thought has crossed my mind. But in my opinion no discussion should be deleted for what ever reasson. Most of the world enjoy the freedom of speach and so it should be here on myLot too. Thanks for your response my friend. :)
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@student7 (1002)
• United States
18 Aug 07
Don't worry about offending me Kim, I want to get out of here ASAP. I don't like how our socio-economic society is separating the rich from the middle class and making the middle class either rich or poor. I can't wait until the pres. "King George" as my uncle calls him is out of the office. No offense here.
• Denmark
18 Aug 07
Well, i was not affrraid of offending you Student as i think my american friends on myLot would understand what i mean with this discussion. Its not the american people i am having a go at here, well at least not the democrats, lol, but the american system and the puppet in power. Most of you people, or at least the ones i know, are amongst the most caring and genuine people i have ever met and im sure your country is a very beautifull, exiting and interesting one. Would ctually love to come visit one day. Thanks for your response my special friend :P
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@agnescav (566)
• United States
16 Aug 07
It is okay for you to hate America. A lot of Americans hate America. Luckily we get to change things every four years and if we don't, then we have to after another four years. George Bush is a spoiled descendent of royalty, both literally and in the American fashion. And the fact that he refuses to say nuc le ar drives me nuts!
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• Denmark
17 Aug 07
Thanks Agnes. Your response tells me that i am not completely of the tracks. Im not judging all americans with this discussion, and you should be proud of yourself, that you are able to see bush for what he is really like. However, i did not know that he refuse to say nuc le ar, that one is new to me. Wonder if his speach therapist is aware of this problem, lol.
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@no_chao (550)
• Philippines
19 Aug 07
well if that's your opinion about that it's akay!!.... i bet your naot the only person in earth that feel the same thing!!!... it is just a matter of believing in your instinct!!!!.. if you know that it cause no good at all then quite!!!... but you can be a good citizen in your own country not only for thinking politics..... try to give a help to other!!!...and live with your believes... ^_^
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