Well don't come to England, not that we hate you, it's just unemployment is still high. I believe it's getting better, but still, I don't think our economy would hack it if we were to have another influx of people migrating here. I think our government agreeing to an open border policy within the EU hasn't helped. I'd pick a country whose economy is doing better. Norway isn't in the EU and from what I hear they've had a stable economy, but I do not know if it's still the case, but hey, at least they're not facing the EU's problems (and of course, because we actually said 'no' to the Euro here in the UK, we can at least rely on the strength of our own currency).
The thing is though, I got you and a few other friends from that area to help vouch for me if I decided to go anyway, and I wouldn’t have to learn a new language.
Alternatively, all you yanks could sod off to Australia. I hear Magic Miles has got a swimming pool. I suppose there's always Canada and Mexico? Or France, we don't care about their economy, they defeated us in 1066 and we've not yet forgiven them for it. We only let the American Revolution slide because you guys make Krispy Kreme donuts.
The big 4 I’ve been thinking about were Switzerland, Germany, Norway, and Sweden. I can do with Canada as well. I don’t know about Australia, but Mexico is a no-go. Mexico is ran by the drug lords, and their government is in cahoots with them. People go conspiracy theorist on the US government, but that government in Mexico is CORRUPT. In fact, it’s so bad that the drug war is leaking in the USA, to the point where it becomes understandable of the GOP’s platform on immigration, but I don’t think the hard working innocents need to suffer for the actions of a group.
Besides I am sure Obama will win. The Republican party has radicalised itself too much, surely? I know some will believe Romney's bullshit and I am sure there's a good number of radicals out there, but from what I am hearing there are groups of Republicans distancing themselves from the radicalism on the right and supporting Obama. Hopefully after Clinton's speech it'll help create more discourse between reasonable Republicans who are still supporting Romney and democrats and have them support Obama to keep a radicalised Republican party out of office. But then again, it's not all certain, maybe there are that many Americans who'll back Romney, I hope not.
Maybe I'm too much of an optimist.
I tried to make a post last night, but it was deleted instead of posted due to the site glitching on me. I constantly get the bandwidth exceeding on me.
But that was something I tried to mention earlier, I know Obama is going to win and be re-elected for 4 more years. CNN pretty much put everything into perspective. As everything is the way they are, there are about 10 battleground states. As is, all Obama has to win is Ohio, and he’s got the election sealed, unless Romney can somehow win the other 8-9 battleground states, which I highly doubt.
To me though, I approach this from a fun hypothetical because despite the fact that there’s a huge ABO crowd in the US, I know that people who at least have a hint of knowledge with politics know that Obama is the better candidate, unless you are a rich freak. I’ve seen a ton of anti-Obama, pro-Obama, and anti-Romney bumper stickers, opinions etc. but ironically, in my area, I have yet to see 1 pro-Romney person.
But somehow someway, if Romney does do massive voter fraud and win, then please, we in all seriousness will need to move out.
32. WWIII starting with a war against Iran.
This one is important. He has pretty much promised war with Iran.
And don't forget, if the debt seems high now, imagine what another war and doubling the military budget will do.
This would be a huge reason for me. I refuse to fight in a war that I don’t believe we even have a right to invade, and yes, this will bring along WWIII, especially with Romney now declaring Russia our #1 worst enemy. If I get drafted into the military, then I'm just going to be court martialed and jailed.
This issue alone tells me to vote for Obama. Everybody talks about the economy and making jobs, but the big failure politicians have done, except for the Dems like Bill Clinton, and now Sandra Fluke, that a big part of the National Debt is due to Military and Healthcare. Experts have come out and said that the healthcare plan presented by Obama, once fully implemented, WILL DECREASE the National Debt, and we spend more in our Military than the next 68 countries combined. Just imagine if we halved that to 34? All that money alone would probably fully pay off the National Debt, but the Republicans have made it so that the common man fears if we lose our Military Budget like that (which only 1% of the entire US population is a part of mind you), we will have a much weakened Military and will be ran over by the next country that wants to invade us.
I’m sorry, but the age of imperialism is over. We need a military for protection, but we are not World Police. We are not the leaders of anything, everybody dictates their own countries. We are the USA and that’s what we need to concentrate on fixing up before we fix up anybody else’s back yard, unless something like 9/11 happens again, and even then, we don‘t need that much money and war mongering to do so.