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#86 - I say let the fags marry. They're more of an annoyance than an…  [+] (1 reply) 12/24/2012 on Matrimony lawl -3
#137 - pariahlol (12/24/2012) [-]
Either you're really new here and don't know anything about this site, or you're just a completely retarded fuckstick
#227 - I don't know where you're getting the "without the french…  [+] (3 replies) 12/20/2012 on Breaking Healthcare -1
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#228 - Crusader (12/20/2012) [-]
HEEEYYY
PSSSTT
"French involvement proved decisive[10] yet expensive, ruining France's economy and driving the country into massive debt.[11] A French naval victory just outside Chesapeake Bay led to a siege by combined French and Continental armies that forced a second British army to surrender at Yorktown, Virginia in 1781. Fighting continued throughout 1782, while peace negotiations began.
In 1783, the Treaty of Paris ended the war and recognized the sovereignty of the United States over the territory bounded roughly by what is now Canada to the north, Florida to the south, and the Mississippi River to the west.[12][13] A wider international peace was agreed, in which several territories were exchanged."

"From 1776 France had informally been involved in the American Revolutionary War, with French admiral Latouche Tréville having provided supplies, ammunition and guns from France to the United States after Thomas Jefferson had encouraged a French alliance, and guns such as de Valliere type were used, playing an important role in such battles as the Battle of Saratoga.[65] George Washington wrote about the French supplies and guns in a letter to General Heath on May 2, 1777. After learning of the American victory at Saratoga, France signed the Treaty of Alliance with the United States on February 6, 1778, formalizing the Franco-American alliance negotiated by Benjamin Franklin."

"While French financial assistance to the American war effort was already of critical importance, French military aid to the Americans would not show positive results until the arrival in July 1780 of a large force of soldiers led by the Comte de Rochambeau."

Not to mention that France hosted the treaty negotiations.
Basically meaning that even when they didn't support you guys with soldiers, they supported you with money.
You guys would not have won the war, mainly because you didn't have the money and armaments to keep up the war.
#230 - douchec (12/20/2012) [-]
SPACE PROGRAM GOIN STRONG, CUNT!
#229 - douchec (12/20/2012) [-]
lol. I'm glad youre doing research. what do you expect to gain my winning this "argument?" everyone knows America is the greatest country on the planet. I'm really curious where you got that from. We purchased the Louisiana area from them when they were almost broke. We also kicked their asses so it's okay. Like a bully getting lunch money from nerds. They just left their shit people in Canada and thus, CANADIANS!
#225 - Oh why? because I got a few red thumb and you received COPIOUS…  [+] (5 replies) 12/20/2012 on Breaking Healthcare -1
#226 - Crusader (12/20/2012) [-]
Oh, look at that.
France ruled you guys too.
Oh yeah, if it weren't for France, you never would have won the revolution.
#227 - douchec (12/20/2012) [-]
I don't know where you're getting the "without the french you wouldn't have won the revolution thing," probably from the Canadian education system. Regardless, that's false. We kicked their asses to mid-America and after we slaughtered the Brits, we bought that land from the French. It's funny because you guys never fought them. The wealthy French got tired of the shit ass land and left the poor peasant fucks to die. These poor peasant fucks became Canadians. You don't know much about history, do you? I'm gonna get red-thumbed because I'm expressing all of this in an arrogant manner. Not because my arguments suck. heyyyyy pssssttttt...NASA
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#228 - Crusader (12/20/2012) [-]
HEEEYYY
PSSSTT
"French involvement proved decisive[10] yet expensive, ruining France's economy and driving the country into massive debt.[11] A French naval victory just outside Chesapeake Bay led to a siege by combined French and Continental armies that forced a second British army to surrender at Yorktown, Virginia in 1781. Fighting continued throughout 1782, while peace negotiations began.
In 1783, the Treaty of Paris ended the war and recognized the sovereignty of the United States over the territory bounded roughly by what is now Canada to the north, Florida to the south, and the Mississippi River to the west.[12][13] A wider international peace was agreed, in which several territories were exchanged."

"From 1776 France had informally been involved in the American Revolutionary War, with French admiral Latouche Tréville having provided supplies, ammunition and guns from France to the United States after Thomas Jefferson had encouraged a French alliance, and guns such as de Valliere type were used, playing an important role in such battles as the Battle of Saratoga.[65] George Washington wrote about the French supplies and guns in a letter to General Heath on May 2, 1777. After learning of the American victory at Saratoga, France signed the Treaty of Alliance with the United States on February 6, 1778, formalizing the Franco-American alliance negotiated by Benjamin Franklin."

"While French financial assistance to the American war effort was already of critical importance, French military aid to the Americans would not show positive results until the arrival in July 1780 of a large force of soldiers led by the Comte de Rochambeau."

Not to mention that France hosted the treaty negotiations.
Basically meaning that even when they didn't support you guys with soldiers, they supported you with money.
You guys would not have won the war, mainly because you didn't have the money and armaments to keep up the war.
#230 - douchec (12/20/2012) [-]
SPACE PROGRAM GOIN STRONG, CUNT!
#229 - douchec (12/20/2012) [-]
lol. I'm glad youre doing research. what do you expect to gain my winning this "argument?" everyone knows America is the greatest country on the planet. I'm really curious where you got that from. We purchased the Louisiana area from them when they were almost broke. We also kicked their asses so it's okay. Like a bully getting lunch money from nerds. They just left their shit people in Canada and thus, CANADIANS!
#223 - hahaha ohhhh ****. 1 penny. I guess we could afford that consi…  [+] (7 replies) 12/20/2012 on Breaking Healthcare -1
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#224 - Crusader (12/20/2012) [-]
Given the publics' reaction to our comments, and that this is an argument of opinion, I think I win.
#225 - douchec (12/20/2012) [-]
Oh why? because I got a few red thumb and you received COPIOUS amounts of green thumbs? congrats bro! Honestly though, my country is the youngest and is considered the "World Police." I mean there's so much that could've been elaborated on, but hey...why embarrass you and your excuse of a country? I mean after all, the French ruled you guys.....oh and space program.
#226 - Crusader (12/20/2012) [-]
Oh, look at that.
France ruled you guys too.
Oh yeah, if it weren't for France, you never would have won the revolution.
#227 - douchec (12/20/2012) [-]
I don't know where you're getting the "without the french you wouldn't have won the revolution thing," probably from the Canadian education system. Regardless, that's false. We kicked their asses to mid-America and after we slaughtered the Brits, we bought that land from the French. It's funny because you guys never fought them. The wealthy French got tired of the shit ass land and left the poor peasant fucks to die. These poor peasant fucks became Canadians. You don't know much about history, do you? I'm gonna get red-thumbed because I'm expressing all of this in an arrogant manner. Not because my arguments suck. heyyyyy pssssttttt...NASA
User avatar
#228 - Crusader (12/20/2012) [-]
HEEEYYY
PSSSTT
"French involvement proved decisive[10] yet expensive, ruining France's economy and driving the country into massive debt.[11] A French naval victory just outside Chesapeake Bay led to a siege by combined French and Continental armies that forced a second British army to surrender at Yorktown, Virginia in 1781. Fighting continued throughout 1782, while peace negotiations began.
In 1783, the Treaty of Paris ended the war and recognized the sovereignty of the United States over the territory bounded roughly by what is now Canada to the north, Florida to the south, and the Mississippi River to the west.[12][13] A wider international peace was agreed, in which several territories were exchanged."

"From 1776 France had informally been involved in the American Revolutionary War, with French admiral Latouche Tréville having provided supplies, ammunition and guns from France to the United States after Thomas Jefferson had encouraged a French alliance, and guns such as de Valliere type were used, playing an important role in such battles as the Battle of Saratoga.[65] George Washington wrote about the French supplies and guns in a letter to General Heath on May 2, 1777. After learning of the American victory at Saratoga, France signed the Treaty of Alliance with the United States on February 6, 1778, formalizing the Franco-American alliance negotiated by Benjamin Franklin."

"While French financial assistance to the American war effort was already of critical importance, French military aid to the Americans would not show positive results until the arrival in July 1780 of a large force of soldiers led by the Comte de Rochambeau."

Not to mention that France hosted the treaty negotiations.
Basically meaning that even when they didn't support you guys with soldiers, they supported you with money.
You guys would not have won the war, mainly because you didn't have the money and armaments to keep up the war.
#230 - douchec (12/20/2012) [-]
SPACE PROGRAM GOIN STRONG, CUNT!
#229 - douchec (12/20/2012) [-]
lol. I'm glad youre doing research. what do you expect to gain my winning this "argument?" everyone knows America is the greatest country on the planet. I'm really curious where you got that from. We purchased the Louisiana area from them when they were almost broke. We also kicked their asses so it's okay. Like a bully getting lunch money from nerds. They just left their shit people in Canada and thus, CANADIANS!
#218 - What's that? I can't hear you over the sound of low taxes, a h…  [+] (10 replies) 12/20/2012 on Breaking Healthcare -2
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#220 - Crusader (12/20/2012) [-]
Canadian dollar is worth 1.01 american dollars
Our currency is higher.
Our taxes may be higher, but that gives us our universal healthcare.
So, yeah.
#223 - douchec (12/20/2012) [-]
hahaha ohhhh shit. 1 penny. I guess we could afford that considering our taxes aren't butt-fucking us. Isn't yalls minimum wage really high too? I love yalls inflation rate! Hey, don't worry when yall actually start doing shit that's relevant to the rest of the world and ultimately fail, Big Brother America will be here to bail you moose-fuckers out. It's funny though. I've already won this argument. I'm American, we've done more for the world then you're piss ass country could ever hope to do.
User avatar
#224 - Crusader (12/20/2012) [-]
Given the publics' reaction to our comments, and that this is an argument of opinion, I think I win.
#225 - douchec (12/20/2012) [-]
Oh why? because I got a few red thumb and you received COPIOUS amounts of green thumbs? congrats bro! Honestly though, my country is the youngest and is considered the "World Police." I mean there's so much that could've been elaborated on, but hey...why embarrass you and your excuse of a country? I mean after all, the French ruled you guys.....oh and space program.
#226 - Crusader (12/20/2012) [-]
Oh, look at that.
France ruled you guys too.
Oh yeah, if it weren't for France, you never would have won the revolution.
#227 - douchec (12/20/2012) [-]
I don't know where you're getting the "without the french you wouldn't have won the revolution thing," probably from the Canadian education system. Regardless, that's false. We kicked their asses to mid-America and after we slaughtered the Brits, we bought that land from the French. It's funny because you guys never fought them. The wealthy French got tired of the shit ass land and left the poor peasant fucks to die. These poor peasant fucks became Canadians. You don't know much about history, do you? I'm gonna get red-thumbed because I'm expressing all of this in an arrogant manner. Not because my arguments suck. heyyyyy pssssttttt...NASA
User avatar
#228 - Crusader (12/20/2012) [-]
HEEEYYY
PSSSTT
"French involvement proved decisive[10] yet expensive, ruining France's economy and driving the country into massive debt.[11] A French naval victory just outside Chesapeake Bay led to a siege by combined French and Continental armies that forced a second British army to surrender at Yorktown, Virginia in 1781. Fighting continued throughout 1782, while peace negotiations began.
In 1783, the Treaty of Paris ended the war and recognized the sovereignty of the United States over the territory bounded roughly by what is now Canada to the north, Florida to the south, and the Mississippi River to the west.[12][13] A wider international peace was agreed, in which several territories were exchanged."

"From 1776 France had informally been involved in the American Revolutionary War, with French admiral Latouche Tréville having provided supplies, ammunition and guns from France to the United States after Thomas Jefferson had encouraged a French alliance, and guns such as de Valliere type were used, playing an important role in such battles as the Battle of Saratoga.[65] George Washington wrote about the French supplies and guns in a letter to General Heath on May 2, 1777. After learning of the American victory at Saratoga, France signed the Treaty of Alliance with the United States on February 6, 1778, formalizing the Franco-American alliance negotiated by Benjamin Franklin."

"While French financial assistance to the American war effort was already of critical importance, French military aid to the Americans would not show positive results until the arrival in July 1780 of a large force of soldiers led by the Comte de Rochambeau."

Not to mention that France hosted the treaty negotiations.
Basically meaning that even when they didn't support you guys with soldiers, they supported you with money.
You guys would not have won the war, mainly because you didn't have the money and armaments to keep up the war.
#230 - douchec (12/20/2012) [-]
SPACE PROGRAM GOIN STRONG, CUNT!
#229 - douchec (12/20/2012) [-]
lol. I'm glad youre doing research. what do you expect to gain my winning this "argument?" everyone knows America is the greatest country on the planet. I'm really curious where you got that from. We purchased the Louisiana area from them when they were almost broke. We also kicked their asses so it's okay. Like a bully getting lunch money from nerds. They just left their shit people in Canada and thus, CANADIANS!
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#216 - We own China and they own us. If we were really "owned&qu…  [+] (2 replies) 12/20/2012 on Breaking Healthcare -1
#231 - anon (12/21/2012) [-]
Go eat your cheeseburger and wait for your heart attack.
#235 - douchec (12/22/2012) [-]
I've never eaten red meat in my life, nor am I a fat, white slob like most of you narrow minded bafoons believe. I'm glad I live in a country that has essentially created and re-created fast food. The same fatty substance that could very well feed the world. Besides, what has any other country ever done, I mean....really?