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Car Key Boi
Dec 21st, 2002, 12:29 PM
I've noticed some anti-American sentiments on this board, particularly from TheBoiledEgg, not that it offends me in the least. Nothing offends the Car Key Boi

but KNOW THIS

there are 100s of thousands of Iraqis/Iranians/North Koreans/Blah who are very happy living in America thank yuo very much, and wouldn't be interested in the least in forgoing their American lifestyle by returning to their native land. The amount of Americans who are happily living in those respective countries is approximately zilch. Those Americans who are living in those countries, are probably prisoners of war secretly held captive in some remote part of the jungle/desert/blah and probably resemble walking skeletons.

99% of those N.Korean/Iraqi/blah assholes who enjoy burning American flags and pissing and moaning about how evil America is blah, would willingly exchange their life in N Korea blah, for a life in Cali, apartment, job, and new Caddy Esculade all included

if i was to make them such an offer, 99% of them would jump at it. If they don't have a girlfriend or a wife, i'd even throw in a MILF

troof!

Car Key Boi :cool:

TennisToriTerrificTwosome
Dec 21st, 2002, 01:37 PM
Think?

CHOCO
Dec 21st, 2002, 03:23 PM
Although I disagree with the govt. policies sometimes and the way people treat each other at times, the US is the best country in the world despite it's shortcomings.

I agree 100 percent with you Car Key Boi. :)

2ace2
Dec 21st, 2002, 03:24 PM
It's not America that's evil, it's its leaders

Big Fat Pink Elephant
Dec 21st, 2002, 03:36 PM
i think most ppl think their country is the best in the world, choco? ;)

CHOCO
Dec 21st, 2002, 03:48 PM
Stinger - I know. :) I didn't mean to come off like that. Sorry about that.


Everyone should feel an inmense amount of pride about their country.

Big Fat Pink Elephant
Dec 21st, 2002, 03:50 PM
it's ok, i didn't take any offence! :)

TheBoiledEgg
Dec 21st, 2002, 03:54 PM
thats why more people in the world hate Americans than actually like them (take a world poll if you want)

too arrogant for their own good

And No i don't hate ALL Americans, just some like you :p
Its the leaders who i don't like.

vlado
Dec 21st, 2002, 04:10 PM
Hey, anyone who takes himself the right to do whatever the f*ck he wants in any corner of the world is bound to get some criticism :)

geewhiz
Dec 21st, 2002, 05:05 PM
[QUOTE]Originally posted by Car Key Boi

for a life in Cali, apartment, job, and new Caddy Esculade all included


except they've just started arresting people from Muslim countries living in Cali... :rolleyes:

http://news.independent.co.uk/world/americas/story.jsp?story=363109

harloo
Dec 21st, 2002, 05:09 PM
Well, on this board it always has been an anti american sentiment. I think it maybe has to do with the perception of the citizens lifestyles and other governments brainwashing their citizens. They act like all Americans are arogant, and rich beyond belief which is not the case. 1% of Americans are in the $100,000 a year or more category. Yes, you can be mad at the policies of the U.S Government but calling Americans arrogant is a generalization. But i guess that any country who is a super power will be perceived as arrogant, even with the claims are not reality.

BritneySpearsIsHot
Dec 21st, 2002, 05:10 PM
Hey 4 of my 5 angels are American! But this 'We are the US, how dare anyone criticise us' don't wash with me or it seems many people, it's that attitude that makes America a prime candidate for terrorism, and so i fear too soon, Britain

In a world of hatred, it's best not to attack others or overpraise yourself, for as 9/11 proved, you can upset someone quite easily

I actually quite like America, nice women, well 4 of them :p

harloo
Dec 21st, 2002, 05:29 PM
Originally posted by JelenaDokicIsHot
Hey 4 of my 5 angels are American! But this 'We are the US, how dare anyone criticise us' don't wash with me or it seems many people, it's that attitude that makes America a prime candidate for terrorism, and so i fear too soon, Britain

In a world of hatred, it's best not to attack others or overpraise yourself, for as 9/11 proved, you can upset someone quite easily

I actually quite like America, nice women, well 4 of them :p

Please, people hate America because of it's wealth. Wealth equals power. If other countries had more wealth then they would probably be hated also.

The terroist of 9/11 brainwashed their people to believe that Americans was the anti christ. It worked. And a bunch of religous fanatics attacked on 9/11. It was also people of different countries in that building.

BritneySpearsIsHot
Dec 21st, 2002, 05:37 PM
Well, from the people i know that hate America it's because of the 'we are better than everyone else' attitude, which is not the case. No-one ever talks about the wealth, it's always the attitude.

As for your anti-american claims on this board, i fail to see it, maybe in GM, but i don't go there anymore, we Brits take a hammering too, just gotta move on

Be interesting to see what happens if China go mad, an unknown force in the world, but one i fear could nuke US and everyone else with one arm behind it's back

And in anycase, Britain is one of your allies, we have no reason to hate America, if anything, after 9/11, we've put ourselves in danger by being your 'yes' boys

harloo
Dec 21st, 2002, 06:14 PM
Oh couse Britain are "yes" boys, because when America dangles money in their face Britain can't say no. So, it goes back to Money which equals power. If Britain had the money they would be in control. It's a vicious cycle.

Also, IMO the "attitude" defense is a cover up. I still think that other countries(especially poorer countries) resent Americans so much because of a perceived notion of them all being wealthy and overweight. Certainly this is not the case, because this is a capitalist society. In a capitalist society you hav the rich getting richer and the poor getting poorer.

Money+Power=Control. I certainly don't agree with all of America's policies, but I don't agree with some policies of other countries either. IMO, America should set the example if they are the world leader. I don't think we should try to nuke everyone, but certainly we can't let our guards down.

BritneySpearsIsHot
Dec 21st, 2002, 06:17 PM
I agree, let the guard down and Saddam and friends take advantage, i don't dislike Bush, he has the most difficult job in the world.

However, in this world, nothing lasts forever, America are world leaders currently, but one blast from Mr Hussain and the world could be turned on it's head.

Car Key Boi
Dec 21st, 2002, 07:29 PM
The title of this thread makes no claim that America is the best country in the world to live in and that yuo should all be packing yuor shit and arranging yuor visas/green cards

We may be the best country in the world in regard to quality of services such as hospitals, schools, porn dvds blah, but even some of those have their flaws, for example we have the best hospitals with the best doctors but yuo'd better make sure yuo have a credit card on yuor ass when yuor lying prostrate in the ambulance

However i personally wouldn't say we have the best way of life. I've already offered an opinion on that in another thread, see:

WTF?? no Taco Bell? (http://www.wtaworld.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=47836&highlight=Taco+Bell+Caribbean)

However, for those of yuo who think that America is evil, take a minute to think on how bad the N Koreans/Iranians/Iraqis/blah would be, if they had our military and economic power. There's no comparison, and if yuo were a prisoner of war, which army would yuo prefer to be yuor captor? sure we might cuff yuor hands behind yuor back and put a bag over yuor head when we're transporting yuo from airbase to airbase, but that treatment pales by comparison if the N Korean/blah were to capture yuor ass. They'll electrocute yuor balls.

Someone has to be the school yard bully and it happens to be us, and although we might steal yuor loose change and whip yuor ass from time to time, we aint that bad. And certainly if we were to ever get expelled, yuo can bet yuor ass that our replacement is gonna fuck with yuo even more.

And all this hating of our leaders is bullshit. We could have Kermit the frog sitting in the Oval and those assholes in N.Korea will still be burning our flags and calling us evil (while at the same time dreaming of owning a brand new (unkeyed by me) Cadillac Esculade with shiny mag alloys with numerous unnecessary hex bolts)

Incidentally, Bush, Colin Powell and the others may appear to run America, but they don't, (and neither does Kermit)

I do.

For an explanation of that incredible boast, see this thread:

CKB on racism and PC in the USA, & the uber-babe and daddy Dokic (http://kousa.com/cgi-bin/board/ikonboard.cgi?;act=ST;f=8;t=519;st=20)

-Car Key Boi :cool:

antonella
Dec 21st, 2002, 07:51 PM
What a chatterbox!

Big Fat Pink Elephant
Dec 21st, 2002, 10:42 PM
you really think US has some of the best health services?? yeah agree... WHEN YOU HAVE THE INSURANCE - if not, you wont get the best, hell, you wont even get the help you need if you don't have insurance covering the expences. yeah, that's really great :rolleyes:

Kirt12255
Dec 21st, 2002, 11:12 PM
I hate to post in this thread for fear of being posted back to death...here I go though LOL.

4 years ago I was an American hater...however having been on the internet since I find the citizens amazing and interesting people.

I believe alot of this hate comes from what we see here in the media. When I was in my teens...everyone thought America was either all like people from"Baywatch" and "90210"...of course I know this not to be true now.

It's people in the community blaming America for massacres in their own country and making the kids fat with McDonalds and KFC. Parents in other countries are the ones liable for their Kids actions and food intake...not america.

If anyone took the time to actually get to know the citizens, and have an open mind then perhaps you would think differently.

Especially after Sep11..I think the edge of arrogance that "some" americans had has been alleviated by the support they recieved around the world.

And for those that say Let Saddam in??? what saddist hole did you all creep out of?

No I'm not the biggest fan of George Bush...but then again John Howard here is a pathetic puppett...but that's politics...Is there anything to like about politics?? America is not "George Bush" it's the citizens...the heath care workers...the teachers...the councillors.....they are not blood thirsty hounds as many would make them out to be.

baddy2heads
Dec 21st, 2002, 11:52 PM
i don't think i've ever seen anything on this board anti-american, stuff that criticises american shit, but nothing anti-american. Isn't public scrutiny and diverse opinions what democracy's all about? -- and god knows america's the bastion of that (!!!!)

I think the idea that any country should dictate or "lead" the rest of the world is pretty screwed. America may be wealthy but if Britain or Japan calls back its money then it is nothing; america needs the rest of the world just like any other country does.

It's the superpower now but a little while ago Britain was and soon enough somewhere else will take over and then somewhere else, it's the way these things go.

I don't find anti-americanism (is that a word?) any more offenseive than this "Iraq, N. Korea etc is shit" stuff, it's trotted out again and again and it's....i don't know, just childish and futile.

Cassius
Dec 22nd, 2002, 12:17 AM
We may be the best country in the world in regard to quality of services such as hospitals, schools, porn.
You have the best hospitals? Possibly, but only if you have the cash to pay for your treatment.
You have the best schools? That's a joke right?
You have the best porn? That's an even more unbelievable statement than the one about you having the best schools. Germany, Holland, Sweden. There, that's three places that have waaaaaaaay better porn than anybody.

Cassius
Dec 22nd, 2002, 12:22 AM
Isn't public scrutiny and diverse opinions what democracy's all about? -- and god knows america's the bastion of that (!!!!)
America is the bastion of democracy?
Is that why they don't have a democratically elected leader?

VSFan1 aka Joshua L.
Dec 22nd, 2002, 12:31 AM
For non-Americans on here, it's a little disheartening to see threads that diss your own country, and most people take offense.....all I am saying is don't generalize all Americans, it's not fair...just like the thread the TBE started.

Crazy Canuck
Dec 22nd, 2002, 12:52 AM
I think it maybe has to do with the perception of the citizens lifestyles and other governments brainwashing their citizens.

Yes, the Canadian government is brainwashing me to not like the Bush administration.

I admit it.

It has nothing to do with my own personal opinions, or being liberal.

Nothing at all.

Colin B
Dec 22nd, 2002, 02:50 AM
Very few people critisize (more accurate than 'hate' - sometimes I'm critical of my own children but I love them to bits!) America because of it's wealth. Luxembourg has a higher rate of GDP per capita than Britain but we don't hate them for it. lol!

No; as others have said, it is the world's perception of an America that considers itself to have a God-given right to rule the world that leads to hostility. In Europe, history has taught us to be wary of too much overt nationalism, so pictures of arrogant thugs yelling "YOOWESSSAY YOOWESSSAY YOOWESSSAY" are often seen as a display of aggression.

To the 'Old World', America is a bit like a moody adolescent, still trying to find it's place in the world. It always thinks it knows best and sometimes it throws a tantrum. Occasionally, it gets thumped and we try to be sympathetic and explain what went wrong but it doesn't always listen.
But we love it dearly!

Colin B
Dec 22nd, 2002, 03:17 AM
BTW; what is this problem with your flag being burned? If someone burned a Union Jack in Trafalga Square on a Saturday afternoon, I doubt anyone would even notice.

It's just a flag!! Get over it!!

Kirt12255
Dec 22nd, 2002, 05:40 AM
Ohhh this is crap....

Point One : When has Britain been the powerhouse of the world...not in my lifetime.

Point Two: We have a group of world leaders that are corrupt.

Point Three: Yes I agree the UN should have more "Inside-Info" before America attack

Point Four: Americans are great people....their leaders are as corrupt as any country.

Point Five : I will not support an American attack on Iraq untill UN...a world council decides it is valid.

Point Six: If America can do that...then every country should support them...the threat of Nuclear war between Nations in the middle east has been ongoing for many years...did they disarm them?

Point Seven : Why are we already having War in here before anything has happened...and yes..I know about reports and Newspaper articles...I wipe my ass with their honesty.

Point Eight: Unless anyone here is a politician...we proberbly know 5% of what is going on so lose it.

Kirt

Richie77
Dec 22nd, 2002, 06:07 AM
Originally posted by Colin B
To the 'Old World', America is a bit like a moody adolescent, still trying to find it's place in the world. It always thinks it knows best and sometimes it throws a tantrum. Occasionally, it gets thumped and we try to be sympathetic and explain what went wrong but it doesn't always listen.
But we love it dearly!

I like that comparison...it makes sense.
Hopefully that means America is willing to take the advice of the Old World, and not look before it leaps.
I have a very bad feeling about going to war with Iraq...it won't be as quick and tidy as Bush thinks it will :sad:

harloo
Dec 22nd, 2002, 06:40 AM
LOL@Kirt. Your post sums it up. I agree with every one of your points. Makes alot of sense. ROTFLMAO!!!

Cam'ron Giles
Dec 22nd, 2002, 06:56 AM
Sorry but America has the best Colleges and Universities in the world. There is no argument there. We have more people seeking higher education here than anyplace else on earth. It means something in every country when you have a US degree. You cant argue that. The best research hospitals in the world, the best health care system (yes you have to have the means to pay for it but noone is left to die because of no money).

Like I said before, "the hand that rocks the cradle, is the hand that rules the world" ...

"troof"... Car Key boi - An American Patriot...:wavey:

i-girl
Dec 22nd, 2002, 07:50 AM
if we're going for age comparisons, Colin, I think a more accurate comparison would be not one of the USA as a moody teenager, but rather of Europe as a grumpy old man who refuses to accept he's not at his prime anymore, and resents younger more succesful people around him. it's the usual "in my days things were better" slogans you hear from elderly people:rolleyes:. well, guess what, NOTHING was better when you people had the world. nothing. everything was so much worse.
(sorry for the lame comparison, Colin started it;) :))

Cam'ron Giles
Dec 22nd, 2002, 07:55 AM
Originally posted by Colin B
BTW; what is this problem with your flag being burned? If someone burned a Union Jack in Trafalga Square on a Saturday afternoon, I doubt anyone would even notice.

It's just a flag!! Get over it!!


What the hell does that say about the Brits? sad...:sad:

Dawn Marie
Dec 22nd, 2002, 08:05 AM
I don't hate any countries just stupid politics and world leaders. COUNTRIES ARE BEAUTIFUL. Grass, earth,water,crust, air,flowers. So beautiful.

I hate people who are so damn greedy, MONEY is the root to all EVIL. It's not just America but the way alot of leaders think. Oh hell who am I kiddin' alot of dumb fucks vote for these world leaders.

Ok, truthfully, the WORLD is beautiful, it's the people that is the problem. take away human life and it will be peaceful. Animals will rule the world, and live and eat and create and live and eat and create. No living thing will be homeless or starving and they wouldn't have to fear of a nuclear war exploding the land that they live on.

So yeah, people should just go ahead and annhilate(sp) themselves from the earth and let their be peace on it, ONCE AND FOR ALL:)

Sometimes late at night when I am thinking deep thoughts this is how I feel.

baddy2heads
Dec 22nd, 2002, 08:34 AM
When has Britain been the powerhouse of the world

are you fucking kidding me?????

2ace2
Dec 22nd, 2002, 08:41 AM
Well, actually Britain was the first country in the world with a modern political and economical system. That's of course hundreds of year ago, but it was a powerhouse too...

baddy2heads
Dec 22nd, 2002, 08:54 AM
(as my father insists on quoting to me regularly) the sun never set on the British Empire, i'm not saying the british empire was good, just that it was a big bastard, the biggest ever and that there doesn't seem to be any scope other than the last 5 years in a lot of these posts

i-girl
Dec 22nd, 2002, 09:08 AM
don't worry, Baddy, I think most of us are aware of GB's past:). and my history teacher loved using that sentence too, btw :D .

tfannis
Dec 22nd, 2002, 09:20 AM
Originally posted by harloo
Please, people hate America because of it's wealth. Wealth equals power. If other countries had more wealth then they would probably be hated also.

The terroist of 9/11 brainwashed their people to believe that Americans was the anti christ. It worked. And a bunch of religous fanatics attacked on 9/11. It was also people of different countries in that building.

:rolleyes: Sweden, Norway, Belgium, Denmark, The Netherlands....all of them are wealthier than the US...and the US is not very well liked there...Maybe for some countries...but here it doesn't have anything to do with wealth...it has to do with its leaders...when Bush comes to Europe he's booed everywhere...and yeah, some people don't like the US because of the arrogance of people like Car Key Boi :rolleyes::rolleyes:

Many Americans don't know there's a world outside the US...

Car Key Boi
Dec 22nd, 2002, 10:35 AM
Originally posted by Colin B
BTW; what is this problem with your flag being burned? If someone burned a Union Jack in Trafalga Square on a Saturday afternoon, I doubt anyone would even notice.

It's just a flag!! Get over it!!

I think it's a lame ass thing to do (like people who post :rolleyes: all the time, shows a lack of imagination and creativity) when it comes to making some sort of political statement, particularly when yuo're dreaming about those shiny magnesium alloy wheels with the numerous unnecessary hex bolts

but the actual act of burning an American flag doesn't offend me in the least, but then, nothing offends me.

in fact i've even burned a flag myself as a gag (troof) just to wind up this dipshit redneck

convo went something like this

Redneck: Hey buddy, my daddy fought for that flag

CKB: yeah?, well i bought mine, $8.99 up in Wal-Mart

Redneck: Hey buddy, my daddy died in Korea fighting for that flag

CKB: no shit?, hey guess what? my flag was made in Korea, how fucked is that!?

- Car Key Boi :cool:

Big Fat Pink Elephant
Dec 22nd, 2002, 10:41 AM
:wavey: tfannis :D ;)

it's right, it's not the country nor the american ppl some hate, it's your leader moron bush. Where ever he travels to in Europe, he's boooooooed... like in Spain last year? (or was is this year? lol)
But you gotta give bush a lil bit credit for trying... During the UN meeting last month, he met on Norway's PM, Bondevik, and he actually asked him about the nowegian government situation and the budget. lol it's a good sign that he knew about that, right? ;)

and another thing... i think there is a HUGE diffenrence on being patriotic and ARROGANT. Some americans are being too arrogant and there was this thread about the happennings in US 2001 and this american poster said: If we really were that arrogant and ignorant, no wonder we got attacked". somthing like that, maybe i should bump it up....

i-girl
Dec 22nd, 2002, 11:07 AM
sorry guys, but when you insult a democratically elected leader you insult the people who elected him. this "we hate the american president, not the american people" is just an easy outlet. he didn't get there through a violent uprise you know. they voted him in, and the majority of them support him now. if he's a moron then you are all basically calling the entire American people morons. and who is being arrogant there? everybody has to think like Europe or else they're on the side of wrong. millions of americans couldn't possibly be qualified to choose their own leader, they should leave that to the Europeans, who are clearly the only cultured, informed, educated people on the face of this planet. yeah, you guys are just a beacon of humility:rolleyes: .

(notes:
1)I hate arguing with you Marri. but we're not in agreement on this, so don't be offeded, ok:) ? I think Europe has lots of great things about it, I just have always thought that they are guilty of the very arrogance they accuse americans of.
2)I know Bush was not elected by a technical majority. but he was elected by the kind of majority the American Constitution demands, and that's all that matters. and he has over 50% job approval rating, so I think what I said about insulting the American people when insulting him is still valid).

Car Key Boi
Dec 22nd, 2002, 11:16 AM
sorry, i-girl, but Bush is a moron

in fact i called him a fucktard in that CKB on racism in US/& Dokic thread

I'm a staunch Republican (economic reasons more than anything else) but that doesn't impare my vision when i look at Bush

but as l said, it doesn't matter who's sitting in the Oval office, i and my kind will always be the Bois who run America.

troof!

Big Fat Pink Elephant
Dec 22nd, 2002, 11:18 AM
noge ;) :kiss:

i-girl
Dec 22nd, 2002, 11:22 AM
nudnik. do you want to have a serious discussion or not?

and you know what? I am a staunch democrat, and I still don't think Bush is a moron. I think we don't see eye to eye on many things, but I don't think he's stupid. and I think he's handled himself very well ever since sep.11th. I think, and maybe democrat americans can say if I'm right about this, that many democrats were happy during and after sep.11th that it was Bush running the show and not Gore.

i-girl
Dec 22nd, 2002, 11:24 AM
Marri:) .

Crazy Canuck
Dec 22nd, 2002, 12:06 PM
I beg to differ that insulting Bush, insults everyone who voted for him.

If someone insults the PM of Canada, I hardly consider that an insult to myself - and aside from some differences in how they are elected that is exactly the same thing.

I will continue to have opinions on Bush, and vocalize them - if you see that as an insult to the American people, that is really too bad because that is just NOT how it is intended.

I do agree with you that he isn't a stupid man, mind you. If he was a total inbecile he wouldn't know enough to surround himself with the "right" people, and he wouldn't be where he is because of that.

Shuji Shuriken
Dec 22nd, 2002, 12:10 PM
Bush is not a moron. How dare you call him that? He's an asshole, and i don't like his attitudes towards the rest of the world. Simple as that.

i-girl
Dec 22nd, 2002, 12:17 PM
ok, if someone got that, can they explain it to me:confused: ?
who's side are you on buddy;) :D ?

Car Key Boi
Dec 22nd, 2002, 12:21 PM
Yuo're correct Rebecca, Dubya is not a total imbecile, he is capable of rational thought, but his shall we say, intellectual level is well below the usual standard of most world leaders

and yuo're also correct, he is surrounded by the "right" people, and it's those people who make the decisions, not Bush, or Kermit the frog or whoever happens to be occupying the Oval Office

it works like this

National Adviser Boi: "Mr President, we have a serious situation developing in N Korea, the gooks have developed nuclear capability"

CIA Boi: "We have intelligence that they will attack the US within the week, English Boi from MI5 in London has also confirmed this"

National Adviser Boi: "Mr President, we have no option sir, we MUST strike now"

CIA Boi: "Mr President, English Boi says the British govt. will support us as per usual"

Kermit the Frog: "Okay, get Colin Powell in here, it's time to lay the smackdown"

http://carkeyboi.com/kermit.gif

Experimentee
Dec 22nd, 2002, 12:24 PM
Originally posted by Car Key Boi


Redneck: Hey buddy, my daddy fought for that flag

CKB: yeah?, well i bought mine, $8.99 up in Wal-Mart

Redneck: Hey buddy, my daddy died in Korea fighting for that flag

CKB: no shit?, hey guess what? my flag was made in Korea, how fucked is that!?

- Car Key Boi :cool:

LMAO, that was funny!

Shuji Shuriken
Dec 22nd, 2002, 12:26 PM
I'm not on anyone's side. I don't hate Americans generally or America. But i do have a problem with Bush's shitty attitudes. He seriously act as though it is America's god-given mandate to be "the" dominant force in the world. His attitude only serve to heighten anti-American sentiments and isolate the U.S from the rest of the world.

i-girl
Dec 22nd, 2002, 12:29 PM
yeah, but you can see why I got confused there for a sec, you were getting mad at people calling Bush a moron, and then saying yourself that he was an asshole.

CKB, what have you done to Kermit :eek: :sad: ? do what you want to cars, but leave Kermi alone!

Shuji Shuriken
Dec 22nd, 2002, 12:37 PM
I got mad at them cause i thought calling him moron was putting it lightly.

tfannis
Dec 22nd, 2002, 03:49 PM
:wavey: Stinger

i-girl...IMO Bush is a moron and a very dangerous man...like now...with his war...!All this for OIL!....and ok Iraq shouldn't have massmurderweapons...but the US and other countries have them too...
I don't think he handles things well...and I'm putting it gently ;)...like the middle-east situation and his view on the environment-problems and death-punishment and even human rights and how he exposes his religion and so on and on...he's a moron and one of the worst presidents ever...

But that doesn't mean all those Americans who voted for him are morons...they probably couldn't have known that he's such a dangerous person...

If most people in America still support him, then I do not agree with those people...but not knowing them, I can't call them morons.

NO WAR IN IRAQ PLEASE :(