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Monday, April 14 

What If The World Elected Our President?

According to a recent story, if our Presidential elections were held outside the U.S., Obama would win.

My question, who cares? We don't vote for their leaders, so why do we give a fuck who they want in our White House?

Do we really want to go down this road? I mean, if we want to carry this "we're all citizens of the world" shite out to its natural conclusion, why do we even have individual countries any more? Why not just become one global federation, with a single government that everyone votes on?

I'll tell you why. Because a large percentage of the world is completely fucked in the head. If you're a woman and you think you'll enjoy the same freedoms under a unified world government that you do now, just take a look at what is happening in Europe. They are slowly accepting their new Sharia masters, and don't think they wouldn't be voting to allow polygamy and the hijab into America as quickly as possible.

I care about what the rest of the world thinks about our elections about as much as I care what the ant colony in my back yard thinks about it. We elect our leaders to represent.. wait for it.. wait for it.. almost there.. US!. That's right, the President of the United States of America is just that, the leader of the U.S. He or she is not elected based on how well the rest of the world is going to like him, nor is he elected to play nice with everyone else. He is elected to protect the national interests of our country, not to sell us out in some international likability contest.

There are way too many people that really can't grasp that concept.

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