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IF THE USA goes BANKRUPT! KAPUT! UNVIABLE, which country do you plan to migrate??? (Edited 07/05/10 03:19PM by )
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THE WHERE IS YOU HAVE TO TELL THE NAME OF THE COUNTRY OKEY?
| Closed on 07/05/10 at 05:00PM
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0%a. CHINA
0%b. ARUBA
0%c. RUSSIA
0%d. FRANCE
100%e. WHERE!

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#5 | 1507 days ago
JRSFLAME88 (+)

I think I would stay put!  I like my freedom.
  
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#1 | 1507 days ago

Tuvalu. Everything dot "tv" makes me happy. Then when it's swallowed up by the ocean I'm going to the Cayman Islands for tax purposes. Keep that on the DL Billie. There's something in it for you.
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#2 | 1507 days ago
NorseHeathen (+)

(Edited by NorseHeathen)
Make a regional country independent of the land that forgot its virtues and the roots thereof.  To make such virtues a focal point of a new society, with an understanding of the evolutionary needs and opportunities of all people.

Cascadia:

                      
#3 | 1507 days ago

I think Alaska would be a good place to go and  they will declare their independance.  That or Texas. 
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#4 | 1507 days ago
cubsgirl2 (+)

 Merry old England

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#5 | 1507 days ago
JRSFLAME88 (+)

I think I would stay put!  I like my freedom.
#6 | 1507 days ago

Croatia
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#7 | 1507 days ago

Any place they speak English.
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#8 | 1507 days ago

If the US went KaPut, I think most everywhere would be in trouble.  Stay here and make a go of it.
#9 | 1507 days ago

I'M going to H3LL, I will be holding the Door waiting for the rest of you
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#10 | 1507 days ago

whats a few hundred billion in National Debt...peanuts in todays economy
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#11 | 1507 days ago
kammi42 (+)

We are doing pretty well down here but if You are going to migrate sorry Ladies but we would prefer just the Men ..woman out number men by 3 to 1 here .
#12 | 1507 days ago

The home of the free and the brave, AMERICA
#13 | 1506 days ago

kammi42 wrote:
We are doing pretty well down here but if You are going to migrate sorry Ladies but we would prefer just the Men ..woman out number men by 3 to 1 here .
Well I will migrate to kammi42's Island then
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#14 | 1506 days ago

me  i think  ill try CANADA      its  got  lot  of  room  to  get  lost  in  
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#15 | 1506 days ago

texas  is  the  only  state  that  COULD  declare  its  independance   the  rest  have  given  up  that  right  long  ago    
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#16 | 1506 days ago
adamace (+)

LsSTEELPIRATES wrote:
texas  is  the  only  state  that  COULD  declare  its  independance   the  rest  have  given  up  that  right  long  ago    
word.

guess, i'd stay put.
#17 | 1506 days ago

I was born in Chicago and raised in Texas....and as far as i see...these two places is the only choice for me...so i say I'M NOT GOING ANYWHERE other than my home sweet home AMERICA!!
#18 | 1506 days ago
NorseHeathen (+)

LsSTEELPIRATES wrote:
texas  is  the  only  state  that  COULD  declare  its  independance   the  rest  have  given  up  that  right  long  ago    
Read the Declaration of Independence.  According to that document of 1776, every state has the grounds to declare a breech of contract based upon the similarities between the government of now, versus the one to which initial independence was declared. 

I do know the history of Texas, and I think it would be a real "wake-up" call for the government if they disputed annexation and established an independent government, but in this case all the states have been betrayed of the principles and ideologies upon which this nation was founded.
#19 | 1506 days ago

NorseHeathen wrote:
Read the Declaration of Independence.  According to that document of 1776, every state has the grounds to declare a breech of contract based upon the similarities between the government of now, versus the one to which initial independence was declared. 

I do know the history of Texas, and I think it would be a real "wake-up" call for the government if they disputed annexation and established an independent government, but in this case all the states have been betrayed of the principles and ideologies upon which this nation was founded.
Thanks for the History lesson....never too old to learn something new....
#20 | 1506 days ago
NorseHeathen (+)

Thanks Kat.....  It honestly saddens me to read the various writings of the founders at times.  This country didn't form under a king or other sovereign entity; we formed under an umbrella of ideologies, principles, and virtues.  We don't pledge allegiance to an individual or group, we pledge allegiance to a flag--which represents such virtues, with remembrance of the sacrifices upon which our nation was founded upon.

One example I can give as to the nature of change in modern perspective that is contrary to such dedications can be associated with the Navy.  When I was enlisted, I served on the aircraft carrier "Independence".  It was a Kitty Hawk class carrier.  Now, the name independence is an incredible affirmation of our ideologies and when coming into port, people can say--that is a good representation of our country--and that's regardless of whether we are coming into a home port, or if in a foreign port people could be inspired by a warship that represents such. 

The latest carrier class is the "presidents" class.  With regard to our country, it shows the polarization of our people through politics as some people will see the USS Bush come into port and think: "Oh shite, here comes Bush", and others will see the USS Clinton and think "Oh shite, here comes Clinton".  And that's not to say how such massive instruments of war are perceived abroad.  How is the Middle East going to react to having such a ship sailing off their waters?  It's a dangerous affirmation as to how the representation of our values has gone from "Independence" to "Presidents / People".  We may have established our country upon ideologies and virtues, and pledge allegiance to a flag representing ideologies and sacrifice, but now we focus upon individual leaders; Isn't that what we initially declared our independence from in the first place?

Sorry for the extended post....just my 2 copper pieces (or 30 silver pieces) of rhetorical bull.
#21 | 1506 days ago

NorseHeathen wrote:
Thanks Kat.....  It honestly saddens me to read the various writings of the founders at times.  This country didn't form under a king or other sovereign entity; we formed under an umbrella of ideologies, principles, and virtues.  We don't pledge allegiance to an individual or group, we pledge allegiance to a flag--which represents such virtues, with remembrance of the sacrifices upon which our nation was founded upon.

One example I can give as to the nature of change in modern perspective that is contrary to such dedications can be associated with the Navy.  When I was enlisted, I served on the aircraft carrier "Independence".  It was a Kitty Hawk class carrier.  Now, the name independence is an incredible affirmation of our ideologies and when coming into port, people can say--that is a good representation of our country--and that's regardless of whether we are coming into a home port, or if in a foreign port people could be inspired by a warship that represents such. 

The latest carrier class is the "presidents" class.  With regard to our country, it shows the polarization of our people through politics as some people will see the USS Bush come into port and think: "Oh shite, here comes Bush", and others will see the USS Clinton and think "Oh shite, here comes Clinton".  And that's not to say how such massive instruments of war are perceived abroad.  How is the Middle East going to react to having such a ship sailing off their waters?  It's a dangerous affirmation as to how the representation of our values has gone from "Independence" to "Presidents / People".  We may have established our country upon ideologies and virtues, and pledge allegiance to a flag representing ideologies and sacrifice, but now we focus upon individual leaders; Isn't that what we initially declared our independence from in the first place?

Sorry for the extended post....just my 2 copper pieces (or 30 silver pieces) of rhetorical bull.
that was a very comprehensive detail that I wanted to read thanks for the info
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#22 | 1506 days ago
NorseHeathen (+)

Thanks Billie....I should really stay away from this site until I've woken up and had my first cup of coffee.  My sentence structure is a mess and skewed as to make some thoughts a bit hard to read.  I'm glad my message came across O.K. though.

It's a tough subject, especially when considering all of the different views and perspectives in our modern society.  Even tougher when some people don't respect the Constitution as it is.  Even President Bush (when he was in office) dismissed a certain element of the Constitution that contradicted a security issue; stating something to the effect that it was "out-dated".  And he's not the only one.  Other presidents have acted with similar contradictions--they just never dismissed such openly.

I suppose, if anything, I would just encourage people to remember that all people (whether in government, or the governed) need to remember that our country is based upon a philosophical construct--ideologies, virtues, and actions that reflect such.  We need to move away from our current trend of following individuals (preaching from whichever podium or microphone) and political parties.  Such individuals are just instruments, the essence of who we are is in our virtues and actions.
#23 | 1505 days ago

(Edited by WV_Mountaineer)
I'LL JUST STAY HERE AND BECOME A BANKRUPTCY LAWYER.
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#24 | 1505 days ago

Belize for sure
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#25 | 1505 days ago
marytrammell31 (+)

I would stay here and reap the benefits...Or go bankrupt with them...and hire the Mountaineer up there...
#26 | 1505 days ago
vindog (+)

The way I see it, since we don't have enough gold or silver to back our paper money here, we are ALREADY bankrupt, and have been since roughly the Nixon Era!  I'm still here though- and ALWAYS will be!
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#27 | 1505 days ago

CANADA
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#28 | 1502 days ago
18packabs (+)

I would go to Mars, that is where that Book says I am from......
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#29 | 1502 days ago

Calgary, Alberta, Canada... the Denver of Canada
#30 | 1502 days ago
Bastyd (+)

     I hear Alaska is nice,,,,,three days a year.
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#31 | 1501 days ago

I guess I'd just stay home and not worry about my passport!
#32 | 1500 days ago
Bastyd (+)

Debi_L wrote:
I guess I'd just stay home and not worry about my passport!
HAHAHAHA!!!  Good one!  You Canadians are always good for a belly laugh! 
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