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Piet, with all due respect, it is impossible for me to understand which side of the fence you are on. The Land of the Free and Hone of the Brave has been taken over by swarthy beureaucrats and PC elites that no longer value the principles of the Constitution, or the idea of American exceptionalism and instead embrace the concepts of one-world order, and the cleansing power of Wall Street to make things right. As the OLD World is no longer a beacon of democracy, as a largely unelected elite impose their invasive ideology on more and more things. The thing is, Ive been posting and rallying against this type of stuff, and you always seem to be one of the first opposing me.Piet Duits wrote:Statemachine: is it really that bad in the USA? Does management hide behind or under stones to check their employees?
What has happened with The Land of the Free, Home of the Brave?
Certainly it isn't the land of the free anymore, and if you were brave (not pointing at you, but in general), you wouldn't have to use a false name.
Have you all become drones?
If this all is true, than I am glad to be a Euro-type as Tom described it.
Sure, we have our problems here too (with idiots like Geert Wilders who's trying to manipulate the more stupid and short minded persons from both the "native" dutch and the islamic dutch digging themselves in), But besides this, we ARE free, and do not have to face such drastic consequenties as you have described.
Boy, am I glad to live here
Indeed!Tom Houlihan wrote:PK has a point. Face it, he's pissed off more people on the internet than a dozen of us combined, and he's still hanging in there. If he's weathered the storms, then the rest of us should have no problems.
Though I see Paddy's point about the cards, there are reasons why it wouldn't work.
"rule by the people" or "power of the mob" or any other possible combination is not what we see nowadays in any democracy. The so-called 'representative democracies' that we have are more and more degenerating into a minority empowered by the many to rule the mob.Etymology
The word democracy derives from the ancient Greek demokratia formed from the roots demos, "people", "the mob", "the many" and kratos "rule" or "power".