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Obama has told many lies like Bill Ayers for example



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PATRIOT7METHE III said:
stof said:
Ok, now you're banned for 90 days...

 

k i'm back missed me?

 

You are not really helping yourself with this...






Whoa, I missed all the fun. Good work everybody.

And just in case he comes back, this should educate him about Canada before he gives you guys any more lip:



Only idiots say Canada is better than the US. If you think it's better move there yourself



konnichiwa said:
PATRIOT7METHE III said:
stof said:
Ok, now you're banned for 90 days...

 

k i'm back missed me?

 

You are not really helping yourself with this...

 

YOur not helping yourself by making a worthless vote and not bothering to take a closer look at Obama and McCain.



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PATRIOT7ME2.0 said:
Only idiots say Canada is better than the US. If you think it's better move there yourself


Then I guess I am a happy idiot then :);  And no I don't move Canada is way to cold also the reason why I didn't worked for Quicksilver over there;

 






Damn this is my last alt account I'm dead meat



I started this Canada thing, so I'll say something. First off, it's stupid to think that I can't have an opinion on someone because they're not from my country. Going by the same logic, Americans shouldn't be able to laugh at Shrek or Austin Powers because Mike Myers is Canadian.

Secondly, the American election and president play a massive role in Canada. We're each others biggest trade partners. Our economies are linked. People are losing buckets of money up here because of what's going on down there. Our gas prices are linked. When something happens in America, it is felt in Canada.

Oh, and I don't see a documentary on how bad the Canadian health system is. Go bug Michael Moore, not me.



^ Yes, Americans always welcome the opinions of our friends from the 51st state.



Wow, Patriot is a douche bag. Not to mention he posted some inane insult on my wall. Glad to see that guy is gone. I thought it was hilarious how he was ragging on Jackson for supporting Obama when Jackson voted for Barr.



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