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By Anonymous / Friday 12 April 2013 10:23 / Canada
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As an American what kills me is all the Americans who think they know our country's history and our govt, and they call themselves patriotic. But in actuality they don't know half what they thought they knew and just look idiotic.

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As an American, I am ashamed at the mentality that has crossed this nation. The mentality that everybody owes me something for nothing. I promise, some of us are decent human beings who work our asses off to get where we are.

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(Face Palms) 2nd amendment doesn't account for Shit in Canada. No wonder every other country hates us so much... We have idiots like this so self unaware of their own stupidity becoming poster children for the face of America. As an American U.S. Army Veteran, I apologize for what sounds to be a very uneducated civilian who probably has no business with a firearm in the first place. Some people just don't need them, and he failed a very simple IQ test right on the spot.

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Not to start a political debate, but I'd have to say all politicians are useless liars who will never be good enough for the general public. Stop bitching about the guy in power and just be happy it's not worse. Anyone who thinks if the dude they voted for was in power then things would be perfect, is mentally retarded. They all suck, so fuck it. Unless you are willing to revolt and overthrow the political systems nothings gonna change no matter what some slick talking liar says.

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89- If you'll allow for an addendum to that, it must be understood that when it comes to voting, the presidential vote is a farce. We, the People, don't vote for who the President-elect; the electoral college does. That said, there are still plenty of state, county, and local issues and amendments that must be addressed. Those votes actually matter and are the most relevant.

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^ All countries have their stereotypes. It's ignorant to generalize that all Americans are stupid, overly patriotic gun lovers who have no common sense for standard laws. There are always some who live up to their country's stereotypes, but many more who are rationally minded people. Idiot

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I prefer the term "enthusiast", because in my mind it doesn't bring up redneck stereotypes, but rather the image of an older, fancy gentleman saying "indubitably".

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ACTUALLY, 47, 23 was just saying that the person they were replying to was playing a game of semantics. And although the term America may not represent only the USA, in this context it's pretty obvious that it does, so there's no need for the history lesson.

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And that matters why? No other country has a name similar to ours. If we were trying to make it look we owned both the continents, we would have names ourselves the "United States of the Americas".

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