Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by phoenyx, Aug 5, 2016.
Lol . I'm in .ca, aka Canada. Our Prime Minister assured us that he'd be legalizing Marijuana this summer, but now it looks like it won't happen until next year -.-. A little article on how things are going here:
Justin Trudeau And The Great Pot Hypocrisy
Ah well, it could be worse. The last prime minister we had wasn't even considering legalizing marijuana, with articles like the following one showing where he stood on it:
Stephen Harper calls marijuana 'infinitely worse' than tobacco
Technically, he does, making it clear that the main reason he's doing so is to stop Trump. I don't though. if I were American, I'd be voting for Jill Stein (Green Party) this election. The U.S. really should do ranked balloting though, that way people like me who couldn't stomach putting Hillary as a first option could still put her in as an "anything but Trump" option -.-.
Don't discount your northern neighbours. You think people outside of the U.S. can't influence who Americans vote for? We may be smaller in number, but some of us are quite intelligent, and with intelligence comes to ability to influence. Or for those like me who are avid Game of Thrones fans, "a small man can cast a very large shadow"...
Two of my favorite college quarterbacks from the University of Washington went on to good careers in the CFL.
Sonny Sixkiller and Warren Moon.
Since you have officially introduced yourself, phoenyx, let me officially welcome you.
Oh yeah, phoenyx, I am working on a review of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure for the TV forum. Should have it done in the next couple of days. (slow going when one has to stop/rewind/view again, often)
If you are democrats, I am sure there are places where you can vote in the US, but for the most part, no.
Not the old canard of voter fraud -.-...
9 facts that blow up the voter fraud myth
You also seem to have missed the issue of influence -.-
Voter fraud isn't a myth. Canadians influencing US elections, not that my friend, is a bona fide Canadian myth.
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