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My point was that when a foreigner post their op here...it doesn't hole the same weight as an American opinion.
We don't vote or make policy based upon foreign opinion polls....thank God.
FYI...Rossi can't vote here....
Hey you're right, I don't expect to be taken as seriously as other members here.
My knowledge of American politics is a lot lower than other people here as it should be.
But that doesn't mean I can't contribute to an thread about Egypt. Surely?
Plus, it was fun seeing you and Brandon get all uppity that I wasn't proud to live in America. I wanted to have a little fun and worded it ambiguously on purpose to see if you'd catch on
Don't take it too personally.
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Most people with half a working mind would have looked at your "location" and seen that Wigan, North-west England meant that you didn't live in America. The fact that those two ignorantly carried on for several posts that you should be proud to live in America was comedy at its highest form.