If you don't like it, go live in Canada mother fuckers.
hmmmm... what do you put in these things??
by fub September 16, 2004
America has shined as a beacon of freedom in an unfree world for more than two centuries. To this day, for instance, most people living outside our borders reside in countries where the private practice of broadcast journalism is illegal and where the state is the dominant banker. Americans can say anything they want, worship any god they choose, and associate with any motley crew around. Our legacy is not slave chains, Wounded Knee, and the murder of James Byrd, but American GIs liberating a Nazi death camp, an immigrant's first glance of lady liberty's torch, and Ronald Reagan exhorting the Soviet's to tear down the Berlin Wall. If nothing else, America means freedom.
America has shined as a beacon of freedom in an unfree world for more than two centuries. To this day, for instance, most people living outside our borders reside in countries where the private practice of broadcast journalism is illegal and where the state is the dominant banker. Americans can say anything they want, worship any god they choose, and associate with any motley crew around. Our legacy is not slave chains, Wounded Knee, and the murder of James Byrd, but American GIs liberating a Nazi death camp, an immigrant's first glance of lady liberty's torch, and Ronald Reagan exhorting the Soviet's to tear down the Berlin Wall. If nothing else, America means freedom. The United States owns.
by King Homo Erectus May 29, 2010
The United States committs more acts of state terrorism than all the other terrorist states in the world.
by sityourpunkassdown April 18, 2007
Although a country bloated on consumer economy and Big Mac's, the United States of America is diverse, free, and varied in ecosystems and landscapes. People of other nations seem to convienently forget that the USA hands out millions of dollars (and probably more) to charities, relief efforts, foreign aid, and education, among other things. The USA has faults, like *every other country in the entire world*. But it seems to me the downtrodden people sneaking into America are biting their tongues...
The United States government has remained stable for over 200 years. And I can't recall the last incredibly bloody "revolution", so much like the European ones, that's happened here...
by angel of music February 1, 2005
To someone living in Canada, North Mexico.
Oh look honey, some skinny-bacon loving North Mexicans from Indiana.
by spot August 23, 2004