Thursday, June 14, 2012 9:52:54 PM
I'm not a big fan of living in pennsylvania. It`s too conservative for my tastes and the only thing we have are amish ppl. I still would like to move to california. All the best things and the best people...well, the best non-famous people at least, live in california.
As for the laws, of course they`re unconstitutional, but more importantly it`s something a lot of people wouldn`t be ok with. I`m beginning to realize that unfortunately something`s constitutionality doesn`t count for much, especially if the infallible, unquestionable gods of the supreme court decide they`ll just sort of ignore the constitution and make their decision purely on a whim.
After all, why pay attention to the constitution; us puny mortals can`t do anything, and even though the gov can technically ignore them they never would. They should get together with the police. They could sit around and laugh at how pathetic and impotent everyone else is.
Wednesday, June 13, 2012 1:29:17 AM
@Idlerlee2 Eh. Why bother learning stats or even locations of places you have no intention of going to. Now if you mentioned Canada, I'd be all ears. (Best looking gay guys that have ever lived are in Canada.) :3
Tuesday, June 12, 2012 8:31:18 AM
@thosbeama74 - Sorry to break your bubble but:
USA isn't the best country in the world. And there are thousands of factors, but I`ll just list a few very simple ones:
You still connect some mythical creature in the clouds to your public offices. Mixing religion and politics like it`s not a big thing.
Most nations in the world adhere to a system where you can indeed write and say what you want. Not all, by no means, but most.
Iceland is the most peaceful and democratic nation on the planet. USA ranks a whooping #88. Infact: All of Europe is considered more democractic, and more peaceful, than the USA. (source: www.visionofhumanity.org /wp-content/uploads/2012/06/ 2012-Global-Peace-Index-Report.pdf)
Democracy origins from ancient Greece. It is by no means an heritage given to Europe by the funding fathers.
Most Americans think Europe is a country, and couldn`t place Norway on the map if they had a gun to their temple.
Tuesday, June 12, 2012 7:31:48 AM
Enlisted military family here, thanks for your service but serving doesn't give you more sway on what you think is right and wrong. You do come across as a hateful, narrow-minded bigot. You are free to speak your mind but only a fool speaks without tact and dignity. If you don`t like it, get out? No, I think if I don`t like it I`ll vote to change it instead. It`s not hate speech, I just hate you? Really? Good luck to you.