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51st State. r/polandball I forgot if this comic was made recently or a long time ago because I thought Puerto Rico wanted to be a US state. ...I don't hear much

r/polandball
I forgot if this comic was made recently or a long time ago because I thought Puerto Rico wanted to be a US state.
...I don't hear much about that territory okay?

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Canada, tie you want to be my 51st state?
Fuck oft,
Britain, do yen want to be the 51st state?
Bugger tarr.
Ingland Mexico, do you wanna be the Mst state?
Hmm., I not , Ageings
of me again in 100 years.
cough cough'
Do yen think Canada would notice if I teak Alberta?
...
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#15 - anon id: c0951955
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But 50 is such a nice even number...
#145 to #15 - grandelaquq
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Imagine the ********* it will create if an election turned out 25 to 25.
I think having an uneven amount would make more sense
User avatar #16 to #15 - lordlolland
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I think America should go for 53, a nice prime number and it would make the pledge of allegiance make sense;
"...one nation indivisible with liberty and justice for all."
User avatar #73 to #16 - wheteverlol
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yes then the only things missing will be liberty and justice.
#100 to #73 - iforgotmypasswords
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User avatar #262 to #73 - lordlolland
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I was kinda thinking the same thing, but I didn't want to offend the Americans.
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#169 to #73 - thasmackdown **User deleted account**
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Liberty is for the weak of heart, justice is something you take into your own hands duh, street codes.
User avatar #45 to #16 - hawaiianhappysauce
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That just made my day.
#247 to #16 - lovesmylittlepony
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#163 to #16 - squeejee
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#117 to #16 - rololo **User deleted account**
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How 'bout Puerto Rico, DC, and Guam?
#97 to #16 - GRBanimefreak **User deleted account**
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You seem to have left something out:
"...one nation, under God, indivisible with liberty and justice for all."
#8 - gerfox
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Im usually not that bad with flags, but which flag is the one coughing?
#10 to #8 - haeckal
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That's the flag of the District of Colombia (Washington DC, the capital of the USA). It's not a state, so it doesn't have representatives in Congress, and a lot of locals want to change that.
User avatar #54 to #10 - commontroll
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They're one city. A really ****** city (crime-wise) at that too. A state should not be made of one city.
User avatar #248 to #54 - lovesmylittlepony
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Well, considering it has more people than the whole ******* state of Wyoming, I think this one city makes a difference.
User avatar #256 to #248 - commontroll
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What doesn't have more people than Wyoming? There's not even any counties. It would literally be a city-state. You don't see NYC or LA or Dallas or Houston or Chicago trying to become city-states.
User avatar #257 to #256 - lovesmylittlepony
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Actually, NYC has a movement to be it's own state, but that's for tax reasons (they get screwed over by current NY state taxes)

La and it's surrounding counties also have a movement for the same reason.

Dallas and Houston........Texas Annexation laws allows Texas to split up into 5 states at any given time.

Chicago........... You got me there.
User avatar #259 to #257 - commontroll
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Didn't know that about NYC, but it makes sense, the rest of the state is so different anyway.
User avatar #258 to #257 - commontroll
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I'm from Houston, but nobody is pushing for it for sure.

As for LA splitting, I'd laugh, I wonder if California would stop shipping them water.
User avatar #260 to #258 - lovesmylittlepony
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It's funny, the congressman who made the bill didn't include the countries with the pipes from Lake Mead.

As for NYC, they get like 2 cents for every dollar they put in to taxes. So i can see why they are pissed.
User avatar #261 to #260 - commontroll
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Jesus. That's a hell of a lot of taxes.

But yeah, I feel like too many people in LA forget they're in a desert, and they have to have their water shipped to them. When I drove down to LA from Northern California, it was terrible, because there was just nothing. Just dust, and it's because none of it got any water, it all went to LA and other big cities.
#106 to #10 - joshiboy
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DEMOCRATS!
User avatar #176 to #10 - captchakid
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It wont ever happen. The District is under exclusive jurisdiction of Congress and therefore cannot be a part of a state or a state itself.
User avatar #170 to #10 - vicsix
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Aint this our capital? Why would we make it a state?
User avatar #112 to #10 - strikingeight
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It's not a state for a reason.
User avatar #111 to #10 - undeadwill
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Yeah no. Washington Would **** it all up its one of the most violent, backwards, crime filled, corrupt city in the US.
User avatar #102 to #10 - makomirocket
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srely, since all the congress members live in WDC, they all represent it as they all want it to be a nice place for them?
User avatar #193 to #102 - brenton
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Most Congressmen nowadays live in their home states and fly in to DC a few times a month to meet up and work on stuff. If they have residences in the capital at all, they're just part-time temporary residences.
User avatar #44 to #10 - hawaiianhappysauce
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But DC has the president, good enough.
#9 - haeckal
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"Do you think Canada would notice if I took Alberta?"
#22 to #9 - schmidtycent
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Lol, think we might...
#149 to #9 - butterisgood
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Yeah, thats the joke.
User avatar #123 to #9 - purealterego
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We wouldn't even care.
User avatar #175 to #123 - sonicyouth
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I'd care..... I like it the way it is farms and oil!
User avatar #4 - newdevyx
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well, Obama already said that he wanted 51st state to be the moon. Please correct me if i'm wong
#59 to #4 - schwerdaddy
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You're a smart guy, but you're Wong.
User avatar #152 to #59 - badmotorfinger
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you just read my mind! oh wait
User avatar #43 to #4 - metalmind
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That was Newt Gingrich.
User avatar #182 to #43 - dragonsoverlord
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Why are you the only one that actually answered, and I'm the only one that thumbed you?
#20 to #4 - TurtleOnItsBack
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You're wrong. It is illegal for a nation to own rights over an extra-terrestrial object. I remember Newt Gingrich talked about colonizing the moon or some **** though, which would never happen.
#48 to #20 - thewhitezombie
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There's a flag there. I dare you to go up there and take it down.

In all seriousness, that resolution about not owning **** in space will only last as long as it takes someone to develop a viable method for asteroid mining, colonization, or terraforming. If we actually let such a silly concept stop us when we had the ability to move beyond our world, it would a tragedy unlike any that has ever be inflicted upon the human race.
#94 to #48 - jakecrafted
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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Outer_Space_Treaty   
Or you know you could actually do some research and find out that there is a treaty signed and ratified by most countries that prohibits nations from claiming any extraterrestrial bodies, including the moon.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Outer_Space_Treaty
Or you know you could actually do some research and find out that there is a treaty signed and ratified by most countries that prohibits nations from claiming any extraterrestrial bodies, including the moon.
User avatar #110 to #94 - thewhitezombie
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Yeah, and Hitler signed a treaty promising peace to Brittan and France. As I said, that treaty will only last until someone can profit from breaking it.
User avatar #171 to #110 - jakecrafted
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There's a difference between a treaty between two countries, and a treaty that spans the whole world.
User avatar #252 to #171 - thewhitezombie
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There really isn't. All that changes is the cost-benefit ratios. And once asteroid mining becomes viable the benefits will very quickly outweigh the costs. We would be irreconcilably stupid if we refused to begin mining asteroids until the end of time because of some stupid piece of paper.
Every space program in the world (and some corporations) would benefit immensely from a refueling depot in orbit. The only way that will become viable is if we can harvest the fuel from near-earth objects. And at some point SOMEBODY is going to have to say "this rock is mine! and were mining it!"
User avatar #268 to #252 - jakecrafted
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Ok, I definitely agree with you on asteroid mining, but in the sense of individual corporations carrying that out, as there is no treaty against that, what I'm saying is if the United States tried to claim a large astral body like the moon and place habitats, military structures, nuclear weapons etc... They would face political and economic embargos across the board by nations around the world.
#5 to #4 - telamatoes
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You are wrong.
#184 to #5 - hillbillypowpow
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Can we change that please?
User avatar #27 - gayboard
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No.. Puerto Rico does NOT want to be a US state. America does, they don't
User avatar #40 to #27 - Warcom
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shhh....youl'll attract trolls
User avatar #114 to #27 - strikingeight
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I actually don't want your filthy country to become a state. All it will do is increase crime and the amount of liberals in this country.
#98 to #27 - FireLordOzai
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Well according to someone from the country, the majority of people want to become a state.
Well according to someone from the country, the majority of people want to become a state.
User avatar #113 to #98 - undeadwill
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So... Majority right or left wing people there?
User avatar #199 to #113 - brenton
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Hispanic areas are typically heavy on the liberalism, so I'm assuming left. Unless for some reason they are the exception.
User avatar #209 to #199 - undeadwill
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"liberalism" As in American liberal or classical liberal? And how so?
User avatar #220 to #209 - brenton
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American liberal, left wing. It's just the way the demographics work out. Could have to do with the lower average socioeconomic status of the Hispanic population, anti-immigration sentiment in the right-wing side of things, any number of things.
User avatar #228 to #220 - undeadwill
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Actually what I find is that more Hispanic agree with republicans on economic and social issues.
User avatar #41 to #27 - pikapimp
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actually, Puerto Rico took a vote
60% of the citizens want it to be state
User avatar #139 to #41 - anusholeboner
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As a Puertorican, I can confirm these
User avatar #168 to #41 - gayboard
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huh, I guess I was wrong!
#3 - mudkipfucker
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User avatar #51 - scoobi
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Alberta has a **** ton of oil. Whoops, spoiled a Canadian secret. There is no oil in our country, please do not invade
User avatar #86 to #51 - durkadurka
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Canada is actually the US's chief source of oil.
we already know
User avatar #174 to #86 - thediablo
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Wasn't it mexico?
#204 to #51 - worried
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we already have alaska with a **** ton of oil.... the only reason we are using other countries' oil is because once their oil runs out, we can capitalize on that and sell it to them for an inflated price why do you think U.S. is only pouring the bare minimum into renewable resources? enough to keep all of the green team happy but not enough to spoil their future profits....
User avatar #118 to #51 - rhiaanor
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we're coming to free you as I type this
#53 to #51 - Byte
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u dun goof'd
User avatar #55 to #53 - scoobi
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We have our polar bears ready
#65 to #55 - secretsecret
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User avatar #58 - epicanadian
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Alberta doesn't want you America >.>
#64 to #58 - secretsecret
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ALBERTA DOES HAVE A SAY IN THIS!
ALBERTA DOES HAVE A SAY IN THIS!
#67 to #64 - turbanmasher
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I dunno I think Alberta would feel right at home with Texas.
User avatar #68 to #67 - itsmedumbass
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Believe me we ******* wouldn't
#246 to #68 - secretsecret
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DAMMIT ALBERTA YOU HAVE NO LINES IN THIS PLAY
User avatar #125 to #68 - raginhardon
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'Murica wants us for our oil
#132 to #125 - itsmedumbass
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And as I explained earlier it is more profitable for both countries to continue trading. pic slightly related, I apologize if its to small
#141 to #132 - anon id: b3ec3210
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no, it would be more profitable for the US if it got alberta without war.
so owning one more state while getting oil with it? and you don't think that's profitable? also people usually pay taxes... so more income.

also do you think you can compare the canadian profit to the US one? US is a economic beast... no country comes close to it.
#150 to #141 - itsmedumbass
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First of all you're anon so your opinion doesn't matter. Secondly I doubt you have any real knowledge of how politics work over here in Canada, so you've already made your self look like a fool...but then again you have always been a fool so no surprise there. Also if America decided for some absolutely stupid reason to attempt to buy Alberta from Canada I can assure you that we would put America into so much debt that America would surely become China's **** toy (more than it already is).   
And to add insult to injury I'm going to inform you that we've also been selling oil and other products to Russia and China and they have both been giving us better deals.   
 Ohh man I haven't been this angry in a while. Congratulations
First of all you're anon so your opinion doesn't matter. Secondly I doubt you have any real knowledge of how politics work over here in Canada, so you've already made your self look like a fool...but then again you have always been a fool so no surprise there. Also if America decided for some absolutely stupid reason to attempt to buy Alberta from Canada I can assure you that we would put America into so much debt that America would surely become China's **** toy (more than it already is).
And to add insult to injury I'm going to inform you that we've also been selling oil and other products to Russia and China and they have both been giving us better deals.
Ohh man I haven't been this angry in a while. Congratulations
#155 to #150 - anon id: b3ec3210
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haha, no

first of all china is america's toy... why? because US is china's biggest trade partner... why would that matter? since China gets most of it's income thru exports, which mostly comes from the US. US decides not to pay china anymore, china goes bankrupt (China has half the income of the US's, give away half of that and china is done for(maybe not half, but close to that))

secondly US's income is the highest of ANY country (28 countries reach the same income...barely) so buying something from a country like Canada (laughable 35 million pop, low income) wouldn't be a hit for a country like the US
User avatar #187 to #155 - itsmedumbass
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Ohh little anon stuck around. This is gonna be fun.
First of all I don't think anything you just said has any standing simply for the reason that your government doesn't have any solid idea on how to keep America from declaring bankruptcy, and raising the fiscal ceiling is not a plan its just a way to delay the inevitable. It was quite amusing when America asked if it could borrow Canada's finance minister in a futile hope that he could solve the giant cluster **** that is your finance system. He declined the offer, no surprise there.
And we all know that America makes more money, its all about having sweat shops and lieing through your teeth. Canada doesn't make huge amounts of money because we do not buy things we do not need. For instance America does not need a stupidly big army to pay for, but that does not stop it from taking money out of public schooling and healthcare to pay for it. Oh and don't blame Obama for your problems, he is actually spending less than the presidents before him.
So much more can be said, so much more.
#230 to #187 - anon id: b3ec3210
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yea sure america is a place full of sweatshops and everyone is lying... canada is totally nice and everyone is happy (i assume you are canadian, but you don't seem nice... and you keep lying...) riiiight

wait you point is that Canada makes less money, because it doesn't buy things and doesn't spend money on their military.... that is some weird logic

the US does not take money from either healthcare nor public schooling. the whole government shutdown was because they wanted to push a "better" healthcare system. but again, you must be right and not just making it up.

i never blamed obama for anything... but you know, you should stop believe everything you see from the media, they make a big deal from everything just to get more money.
User avatar #234 to #230 - itsmedumbass
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I was talking about the sweatshops you use over seas, and that your politicians lie, jeez you people can be stupid. I'm not saying ours don't because they do, they just don't do it as much as yours do. Also by believing that all Canadian are nice and polite you are instantly showing the world that you are stupid enough to believe in stereotypes.
We save our money, is that so hard to understand.
Also its been proven that you siphon from schooling and healthcare, its useless to argue against that.
I was just telling you not to blame Obama before you actually did.
#236 to #234 - anon id: b3ec3210
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if you mean sweatshops like in China and places like that, then yea it might be true, however name ONE country that doesn't have any of those. go on.

US politicans lie... which one aren't? If you keep saying "not like ours don't, because they do" then don't bring it up for a point against another country.

Oh nice for you, so you save your money, because US doesn't have reserves, right?

You said they take away from money, i assumed you meant they grant them less money, which is NOT true. Sure they don't give them more either (actually US spends much more on healthcare than Canada for example)
User avatar #239 to #236 - itsmedumbass
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This is conversation is going nowhere.
Canada spends less money on our healthcare because we have a different plan than America, we don't need to spend a lot of money on it.
Also I mentioned that our politicians don't lie because if I didn't you would have thrown that against me.
#242 to #239 - anon id: b3ec3210
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but why bring up a point against a country when that is the same in your and almost every (if not all) country?
#237 to #236 - anon id: b3ec3210
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*money from them
User avatar #240 to #237 - itsmedumbass
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Also stop putting words in my mouth. I never said anything about America having or not having reserves.
#244 to #240 - anon id: b3ec3210
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oh so you meant saving money as in paying less for something instead of saving it for later? okay
User avatar #231 to #230 - itsmedumbass
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Sorry are you the same guy?
#216 to #187 - anon id: b3ec3210
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and i took you seriously... can't after this comment.

it was far from going bankrupt, they have their own "inhouse" limit for debt, which they reached, they also flipped their **** that their debt-to-income reached 100%, but guess what the US has debt-to-gdp ratio of 106% which is not that bad. UK has 406%, Germany has 142%. (canada has low debt (around 1 trillion but already at 64%, (really ****** low)))

oh but yea i forgot, the media said it's a pretty big deal

the US spends on military because it can, but in "real" (so not in some iraq infantry fight (hah land units the weakest type)) their overwhelming forces would come in handy
User avatar #229 to #216 - itsmedumbass
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Ahhh everyone's getting mad at me, wonderful.
And I'll admit that I did some low blows, and so I'll get back to the real point at hand.
If America wanted to buy Alberta (which it really won't) we would ask for a **** load of money, and then we'd get it back through some under hand deal. However you said earlier that it would be more profitable for America to buy Alberta from Canada and you don't know how wrong you are. That would only work if Canadians we sane, and believe me we aren't. Albertans would end up torching everything, and I mean everything.
#232 to #229 - anon id: b3ec3210
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i'm not mad, because sorry for saying this people like you are hardly anything to get mad for... not one point of yours against the US is actually true, even if it was why i would i get mad for dissing a country for jealousy (why else i wonder)
User avatar #233 to #232 - itsmedumbass
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OHHHH It finally makes sense, I'm talking to two different people. Also I was talking about the people who were thumbing me down, not you. Also I'm not taking this conversation seriously because you are an anon, just a face in a crowd.
I'll admit that some of my bolder claims might have been blown out of proportion and its obvious that you are an American and that its your patriotic duty to defend your countries honor, even if its on the internet. However A good portion of my claims are built upon facts. Also I doubt you'll get a new healthcare plan, there are two many idiots in your government (I'm not saying that we don't have idiots of ourselves).
Also why would I want to be American, seriously the vast majority of Canadians think the idea of becoming American is worse than death.
#235 to #233 - anon id: b3ec3210
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which claim of yours was based on these "facts"? the bankruptcy one? which would not be a real fact, since the US was like i said far away to actually become bankrupt, that was only what the media kept saying. Sweatshops, lying? true facts? right. or your weird logic on how a country makes money by spending ******** of money on military and things they don't want? the fact that the US is China's toy, while China get's most of it's money from the US and it's income relies on it? please tell me which one....

I don't know about Canada's finance minister getting borrowed by the US... all i heard the since UK is in deep **** they want you finance minister to solve it for them (oh btw, UK is in a really really deep ****... US is not)
User avatar #238 to #235 - itsmedumbass
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Ok we have both been misreading our comments. I can see that clear as day and I also realize that neither of us are gonna win.
I said that Canada does not spend stupid amounts of money on our army, so by doing so we area saving money for other endeavors.
I said 'toy' because America gets the vast majority of its products from China, thus causing China to have a hold on America.
Its also obvious that we are both getting our facts from different sources.
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oh wait sorry... I actually really misread that. for some reason i read "For instance Canada" instead of "For instance America"
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you said "Canada doesn't make huge amounts of money because we do not buy things we do not need. For instance America does not need a stupidly big army to pay for, but that does not stop it from taking money out of public schooling and healthcare to pay for it. "

not one actually important stuff comes from china (as in nothing that incase of a war would hurt the country) so no, no hold here.

you seem to get yours from the TV mostly. but agree let's stop.
#1 - meatbeaterz **User deleted account**
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island mexico,this one was gold
#17 - buttercupbunny
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Why no Guam?
User avatar #66 to #17 - nitsuan
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Lived the for awhile with my military family. Guam is actually not all that bad, but their government is even more corrupt than our
User avatar #109 to #17 - wotterpatch
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it'd be a state if it weren't across an ocean
#131 to #17 - retepraamrod
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I like how the Guam flag is what it would look like to be born in Guam.
User avatar #19 to #17 - samsaysbai
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Because a few years ago you guys had a trillion tree snakes. and they parachuted poisoned rats to kill them Which is an amazing plan
www.abc.net.au/news/2013-02-27/parachuting-mice-to-combat-tree-snakes-on-guam/4543912