Why do people say that? Of course some of them are probably more literate in English than some Americans are.
Some of them probably smoke too. I'll bet some of them go to work and others are unemployed. These are all things that are so general and could apply to any population anywhere and don't need to be said.
Does this mean I get a chance to have that Chapman beauty that was extradited from the US as a Russian spy. Recently saw her on a modeling cat walk. She'll be all mine if Russia joins as 51st State? I'll take her, I'll take her!
before you know it the USA is going to be part of their world not the other way around. I heard they want to make Puerto Rico the 51st state? so Spanish speaking first then Chinese and then Russian, probably in that order? and if the USA adopts certain laws then other countries would not hesitate to join the USA adventure.
Canada is the quiet, awkward part of North America everyone ignores that doesn't get invited to the pep rallies, but while the United States is getting drunk it's becoming better and better. All this to say, Canada is fine on it's own thanks.
The only thing I like about California is the surfing, and North California is pretty cool too.. San Diego's a pretty nice city. But LA and the Uber-hippie-liberal attitude and illegal immigrant stash have GOT TO GO......into the Pacific.
I've mostly been in San Diego and drove through LA to SD. LA is a bit too hectic for my taste but I was only there some hours. I had my passport stolen by an illegal immigrant and almost couldn't leave the country, but I still have sympathy and respect for them
That's great for your family, not so great about the many descendants of Americans who just sort of showed up and stole the land. And Canada was pretty nice to American boys spending a while during Vietnam.
My family is also descendants of land thieves. Even worse, in the US, not all Natives were killed. In my native country, ALL the natives were killed, to make room for slaves. I'm not proud of any slave owning ancestors I may have, but that's in the past.
Both true facts, but I get to marry girls here and I walk in and out of doctor's offices as I please.
Although, I have to give you credit, I can no longer say we're more progressive on the marijuana debate. By far. And I still want to be American, I think the gay rights issue is probably the hardest one for me to swallow when it comes to considering citizenship. That and you know, we're not all that different when one is considering the expense of immigrating.