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Yes ranger 3, It's all the fault of those gosh darn liberals. After all, it was that gosh darn "liberal" George Bush that decided to go to war in Iraq and Afghanistan without paying for it. In fact, it was that "liberal" who decided that we could perform two wars while lowering taxes on the wealthy (the first time we have ever cut taxes in time of war). I forgot, it was also that "liberal" George Bush, who said that he didn't think about bin Laden, the mastermind of the 9/11 attack, very much. Fortunately, we have "conservatives" like Barack Obama, who will make the final call to enter allied air space to allow our forces to find and kill bin Laden. This was something that those "liberals" Bush and Romney stated that they would never do.
By the way, your expression of xenophobia has been repeated multiple times throughout the history of our existence. In every case, the xenophobic response has always been proven wrong. In example, during the late 19th and early 20th century, many Americans actively spoke out against the immigrants from Ireland, expressing concerns for their Catholic beliefs and claiming that they were un-American. Yet, many of these same Irishmen and their decendents have become the backbone of the United States.
I LIVES IN NEW ORLEANS AND I'M ASHAMED AT THE WAY YOU DEPICKED OUR
STATE.DISSPITE HURRICANES,TIE FOONS,ALLEYGATORS,MURDER,ROBBIES, WE HAVE THE BEST MUSIC IN THE WORLD, IF YOU CAN GIT PAST THE AFOUR MENTION ROAD BLOOCKS
YOU ALL WOOD BEE FINED
Having been to all 50 states, as well as a number of other countries, I could probably make anywhere look like the the images of Louisiana that were presented. I was born in New Orleans, and grew up in St. Charles Parish until I joined the Navy in 1967, and will probably retire there when the time comes. The people are friendly, the food is unbelileveably good, and the area is rich in farmland and natural resources.
I have lived in a number of different states, and they all have things to recommend them in both positive and negative ways. State Income Taxes vary greatly, from New York to Texas, but so do Real Estate taxes and personal Luxury taxes.
The best place to live, is where you feel comfortable and are Happy, and it's hard to quantify that until you settle down somewhere.
"States"? How about 5 best countries? Our current liberal policies which are already making the US a second tier country. Continued tolerance will bring us to a perviously unimaginable "3rd world" level. In the midst of this, allowing the bullying from the muslim faith will ultimately destroy all of us as Christians.
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