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Jealousy? I don't think so

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Submitted by King Jimbo (United Kingdom), Feb 23, 2006 at 12:18

Why on earth would anyone say the rest of the world is jealous of america.

Oh yeah i want to live in a country that executes its own people and destroys its environment by not even bothering to regulate emissions!!

I love american people, they are friendly and excellent hosts but as a collective nation (made worse by quite possibly the dumbest leader that has ever lived) they are arrogant, blood thirsty,.ignorant fools.
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