If everyone is so against the U.S. why dont you move???
Get the hell out of my country.
WOW that stirred up the pot!!!!
now that I got your attention. Most of you probably do not know how the government works. When the government is doing something you do not like or is trying to pass a law you do not like you are supposed to call your senator or state rep. and tell them your opinion of that bill. If the majority of the district would do that all the senator or representative would be a middle man to the congress.... I am not racial sorry to offend any one on that. the above question stemmed off of a celebrity's comment that they would move to Canada if this happened. Well the situation did happen and they did not move...
- mrbushLv 51 decade agoFavorite Answer
The guy makes perfect sense to me.
Look -- at least you have the right to not be in this country. Imagine if you were in North Korea, China, or Cuba.
Those poor people aren't even allowed to leave their countries at all.
If you want to be here fine -- if you don't feel free to find another country.
- 1 decade ago
I have no clue.
I hear people all the time saying how Europe does this right and Europe does that right. Well, I've lived in Europe and it isn't all sunshine and roses like some Americans make it out to be. If they love Europe so much they should go there to live. But they won't go because they know the USA is the best country in the world. Beside if they tried half of the stuff over there in Europe that they do over here they would be kicked off the continent.
- 1 decade ago
This isn't your country. It belongs to us all and what makes it great is that we can disagree and change things if that is what the majority wants. In a perfect world, we would all agree on everything and never argue about any of the issues. It is not a perfect world, so we will always be divided on most if not all of the issues. Disagreement and debate helps to distill our ideas and passions into workable ideas and policies. The majority is not always right by the way. In the past, the majority believed that the world was flat, that the earth was the center of the solar system, and that there were stockpiles of weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. Our country does not function properly without debate. If you believe strongly enough in your position, then don't resort to this sort of pettiness.
- 1 decade ago
i agree somewhat - i am against the actions of the US Government but i was born in South Korea (carry dual citizenship) & i'm a racial nationalist, so i'm not complaining despite my oppposition. i say that it should be perfectly okay to stay even if you oppose the actions of the US - but if you were either born in a different country or have yet to attain your citizenship, then you need to shut the **** up! If you don't like the way you're treated, get out. As a racial nationalist I firmly support that the ruling & predominant ethnicity may treat all others any way they want. So if the Mexicans & Latinos, Arabs, Pakistanis & Indians, Asians (i myself am included in this category) don't like the US & think that they deserve the right to have a say in the gov't or anything gov't-related, then it's time to go back to where you came from. Personally, i'm more than willing to tolerate the actions of the US in exchange for all this nice technology, food, affluence, etc.
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- SterzLv 61 decade ago
When did you buy that country so you can call it yours? Why do you think everyone is against the U.S? And what would change if people moved, since there's hardly a place on Earth that's not influenced directly by decisions of the U.S. Government?
I think a lot of US citizens take criticism of a given U.S. government as directed against themselves. Whatever happened to freedom of opinion? Isn't that a value presumably held high in U.S. culture?
- sparkletinaLv 61 decade ago
You know, I get pisstoff when people bad mouth America and Republicans, but a cornerstone of this nation's greatness is freedom of speech. I don't have to agree with the left wing wackos and their hate speech, but by God I will defend their right under the Constitution to say it. And I will fight anyone, including you, that tries to limit free speech through threats. So, sir, if you don't want to support the Constitution of the United States of America, the greatest living document in the history of this planet, then perhaps you need to find a new place to live.
- castle hLv 61 decade ago
Hahahaha. You're funny.
It's not "your" country. It belongs to all Americans. And just because some Americans don't agree with you or they are not prepared to accept the status quo that's too bad....for YOU.
If it hadn't been for people standing up for what they believe in a couple of centuries ago, you would still be living in a British colony.
Now here is a cookie. *pats you on the head* That's a good little extremist lad.
- EmmyLv 61 decade ago
It's mine as much as it's yours. And I love it here, even if I do currently disagree with the government's actions. I bet you disagreed with the government at some point in your life, or do you believe Clinton was as perfect as Bush, just by virtue of his job?
Why move? I'd rather try to make the place better.
- pooterilgattoLv 71 decade ago
I have often wanted to ask this question, Thanks for doing it. There are so many in the griping mode about our country! God Bless the USA and have a Happy New Year In 2008 is the time to vote in the new Leadership,we will be praying that the best candidate win.
- 1 decade ago
I don't think it's that people don't like the country. More that they don't like the leadership that is in office.
"Get the hell out of my country."
Unless you are one of the natives that was here originally or a descendant from their blood line, you have no basis for that statement.