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Will Canada ever become the 51st State of America?


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4 minutes ago, taxme said:

Global Research and many more alternative media websites is where I get the truth and the facts. Youtube is a pretty good source for many good alternative media websites where one can go who does not want to continually be brainwashed and fed constant politically correct propaganda. I assume that CBC,CNN, MSNBC and The Toronto Star  is where you get your politically correct brainwashing from, eh?  

C'mon, you didn't fess up about Breitbart.

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2 minutes ago, Omni said:

Here's a little reading for you. There's lot's more of course but you can look it up yourself.

http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/trump-tweets-apparent-call-more-us-nuclear-weapons-n699221

What Trump said was that "America must greatly strengthen and expand it's nuclear capability until such time when the world comes to it's senses regarding nukes". I see nothing wrong with what he said. I am pretty sure that what he is trying to say here is that if the rest of the world decided to get rid of their nukes, America would do so also. I will never believe that Trump is wanting to build a nuclear arsenal, and then try to start a war somewhere using nukes. Trump is a business man, not a warmonger, unlike your hero Hillary who wanted to have a war with Russia if she could get one going, the fool. You need to do a lot more reading. Try going to some alternative media websites for a change. 

 

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9 minutes ago, Omni said:

C'mon, you didn't fess up about Breitbart.

I have heard about Brietbart, and have visited that website maybe twice, but I have mixed feelings about that website. Not sure if it is for real or just another Zionist outfit. I prefer to go to other alternative websites for my truth and facts information. Too bad for you. No "gotcha me" here. 

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5 minutes ago, taxme said:

What Trump said was that "America must greatly strengthen and expand it's nuclear capability until such time when the world comes to it's senses regarding nukes". I see nothing wrong with what he said. I am pretty sure that what he is trying to say here is that if the rest of the world decided to get rid of their nukes, America would do so also. I will never believe that Trump is wanting to build a nuclear arsenal, and then try to start a war somewhere using nukes. Trump is a business man, not a warmonger, unlike your hero Hillary who wanted to have a war with Russia if she could get one going, the fool. You need to do a lot more reading. Try going to some alternative media websites for a change. 

 

His billionaire buddy's want him to increase the feed to the military industrial complex for a bunch of crap they will stick in a hole in the ground and hope they never use. The rich get richer and the taxpayer gets F...ed again. 

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3 minutes ago, Omni said:

His billionaire buddy's want him to increase the feed to the military industrial complex for a bunch of crap they will stick in a hole in the ground and hope they never use. The rich get richer and the taxpayer gets F...ed again. 

Politicians all over the world continually screw the sheeple. But Trump will be different, eh? 

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2 hours ago, Omni said:

Ha ha ha, if you buy that you will likely be one of the first to get screwed. People like him thrive on people like you.

It's more like Hillary and her ilk thrive on people like you. If they have no one to fool and thrive on then they are doomed. Geez, didn't that just happen to Hillary?  She got doomed. :D

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5 minutes ago, taxme said:

It's more like Hillary and her ilk thrive on people like you. If they have no one to fool and thrive on then they are doomed. Geez, didn't that just happen to Hillary?  She got doomed. :D

I think the doomed one is Trump if he doesn't get away from stupid comments on his twitter account. But the entertainment is fun.

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2 minutes ago, Omni said:

I think the doomed one is Trump if he doesn't get away from stupid comments on his twitter account. But the entertainment is fun.

I must assume that Trumps supporters most likely will enjoy his comments on twitter. The nice thing about it all is that the more Trump may say on twitter, the more his supporters will love him, while at the same time driving the left wing liberal democrats bonkers. Trump probably says things that would annoy liberals just to peeve them off. Ha-ha-ha.  

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3 minutes ago, taxme said:

I must assume that Trumps supporters most likely will enjoy his comments on twitter. The nice thing about it all is that the more Trump may say on twitter, the more his supporters will love him, while at the same time driving the left wing liberal democrats bonkers. Trump probably says things that would annoy liberals just to peeve them off. Ha-ha-ha.  

I'm sure his supporters will, not being the brightest bricks his type of nonsense is probably entertaining. 3 Stooges style I guess.

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This is was "grapevine" has told me....Alex Jones. will have people in the press core, he now waiting for the ok and he starting his own media, Drudge has his people there seating in the 2nd row, and he has had meeting with Trump about this. I  think WE should have info from all media and its up to us to agree or disagree with the info. Most of the mainstream media is against Trump or any other  leader and this would bring more balance.

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I think that in general, the advantages that used to come along with more cities/regions combining into a single nation have largely become irrelevant. There is no longer any real benefit from belonging to a large country compared to a small one. International trade, communication, and movement allow the citizens of small nations to enjoy the same access to all the world has to offer as citizens of large nations. Meanwhile, smaller nations can have governments that better represent the interests of their people, are less partisan, and are more responsive to smaller scale issues, rather than being remote and disconnected from most communities. 

So not only do I not see any real advantages to Canada joining the USA, I think that in general it will rarely be advantageous going forward for existing nations to combine into larger ones. In fact, I expect the opposite, that the people of large unwieldy nations will see advantages in separating into multiple separate countries which can each best cater to their views, ethnicity, or geographic region. 

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19 hours ago, JamesHackerMP said:

agreed.  Canadians take too much pride in their non-Americanness to ever want to merge with the USA.

 

Spot on....not being American is a fundamental Canadian value and very important part of the Canadian identity.  Threats to join or become part of the United States is a commonly used tantrum in Canadian politics resulting from regionalism, provincial fights with Ottawa, and language wars. 

Most Canadians don't realize that such a decision would be made by Americans, not Canadians.   If it was that easy, Liberia or Haiti would already be U.S. states.

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7 minutes ago, bush_cheney2004 said:

 

Spot on....not being American is a fundamental Canadian value and very important part of the Canadian identity.  Threats to join or become part of the United States is a commonly used tantrum in Canadian politics resulting from regionalism, provincial fights with Ottawa, and language wars. 

Most Canadians don't realize that such a decision would be made by Americans, not Canadians.   If it was that easy, Liberia or Haiti would already be U.S. states.

It's certainly not a tantrum. It's our support of Canadian values. But thanks for trying.

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On 2/6/2017 at 5:38 AM, JamesHackerMP said:

agreed.  Canadians take too much pride in their non-Americanness to ever want to merge with the USA.

Not all of us. And it'd be nice to be able to live someplace that's hot and sunny in the winter. But the last thing Republicans would want is another 30 million Democratic voters. So that's never gonna happen.

 

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7 hours ago, Argus said:

Not all of us. And it'd be nice to be able to live someplace that's hot and sunny in the winter. But the last thing Republicans would want is another 30 million Democratic voters. So that's never gonna happen.

 

Quite right, most likely!

7 hours ago, Argus said:

I thought Canada Had no values? Certainly none worth protecting.

I'm sure it does!

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