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Election insight from Denmark.

post #1 of 10
Thread Starter 
I can't vote since i'm not a citizen of this great country. So i don't have any real party affiliation. But this i did think was funny.

from Denmark, an incisive analysis of the 2008 election

"We in Denmark cannot figure out why you are even bothering to hold an

On one side, you have a ***** who is a lawyer, married to a lawyer, she
opposes a lawyer who is married to a ***** who is a lawyer.

On the other side, you have a true war hero married to a woman with a
huge chest who owns a beer distributorship.

Is there a contest here?"
post #2 of 10
perhaps we can drink beer while waiting to go back... to the Hoover Days.

post #3 of 10
Thread Starter 
Don't get the hoover reference !!! I'm assuming it was a real conservative administration.
post #4 of 10
I'm interested to hear the candidates views on whether or not you should use a water pan, and which is their favorite smoking wood.
post #5 of 10
Thread Starter 
Good point there smokin ........
post #6 of 10
I'm votin for the janitor, the only guy who really knows whats goin on and how to live within a budget! Now in second place I'll for for the large chest and beer ditributin woman!
post #7 of 10
Thread Starter 
I'm kinda glad i can't vote. Don't have to make a choice. Still have to pay taxes, etc tho PDT_Armataz_01_05.gif.

Back in England election season is around 3 months. Parties choose the nominee. This thing here goes on waaaaayyyyy too long.

Been trying to find a pic i had emailed to me a while back... was called "your candidate choices". Was a pic of the three stooges with the nominees faces photoshopped in. Kinda summed it all up really.
post #8 of 10

the Hoover reference = Great Depression, a time when ALL Americans, had to work together to survive, ie; eat

Today, we (the taxpayers) feed the unwilling, the unfaithful, and the ungrateful, not to mention the lazy and illegal. 75% of all US households have some form of Government subsidy; some earned as is social insecurity, however, most freebie programs are not earned or deserved by those that recieve "gifts" from our coffers.

We are forced to cater to the greedy (not the needy) to survive.

Why not become a US Citizen?

post #9 of 10
Thread Starter 
The way i understand it for me to become a us citizen i have to give up my british citizenship. Not sure i'm ready to do that yet, it's who i am.

Also it took me three years to get my green card and probably from start to finish around $2000. That's valid for another 8 years. Will decide closer to when that expires if i'll go the citizenship route.

I understand the supporting other elements of society. England is the same. It has it's own illegal immigratrion problems, welfare spongers etc. It's the price we pay to live in a democratic, civilised and free society.

I believe very much in the work ethic. You do nothing you get nothing. I have worked here ever since i was legally allowed to. There are some groups in society that deserve help. Then there a whole bunch of others who don't.

My wife here (the reason i came ) was divorced for three years. Managing a house two kids etc. She could of claimed welfare assistance but didn't. She has pride.

Wow, you'd never think this started as a joke posticon_surprised.gif .
post #10 of 10
Thats the problem with socity today lots of people think they deserve something for nothing and that the government owes them........I say that welfare needs to be turned into workfare.............Get a job even if its only for minuim wage and then if you still need help the government would help then............It basicly comes down to it people don't have any pride in a job welldone anymore................I believe in I work for what I got...........If I don't have the money for what I want I either don't need it or I wait till I can afford to get it.........................just my two cents............
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