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Anyone that doesn’t like where they are at should leave. Immediately. Don’t like the state you’re in because they’re too far left or too far right? Leave. Don’t like the country because they do things better over in [insert country name here]? Go move there. Start the citizenship process today. There are thousands of migrants at the Mexican border as we speak who are willing to work their fingers to the bone and learn everything they can about American culture in order to make a better life for their families. If another country does things better for you, go there. I’ll take 100 of them over one person who doesn’t want to be here.you have plenty of people to bash all that is massachusetts here, yet they remain......tell them to leave
Longhorns players were allegedly told they wouldn't be able to get a job in Texas if they kept protesting.www.yahoo.com
And this is true for both parties. Particularly during a change in power. Back before I deleted Facebook, I used to hop in the comment section end debate people who badmouthed the way things are in the U.S. Those who advocated for democratic socialism, those who were anti-vax/mask/etc. When I asked why they wouldn’t move to the countries they were citing if they were so much better, I usually got these three reasons:
1) “I can’t afford to go through the naturalization process and/or move there.” This is essentially just an admission that you’re broke and can’t hack it in a Capitalist system. Broke people always blame everything around them but the problem. But if you chip away enough, there is always some point in time where they made the wrong decision in their lives and it cost them financially. A fork in the road if you will. They dropped out of high school, they dropped out of college, they took on a home loan that they couldn’t afford, etc. The only exceptions are people who are mentally handicapped. The rest took the wrong path. Otherwise, if you have the money for it, you have no excuse. Get the **** outta here. Get started on the immigration process immediately. You leaving clears room for the family sweating in a tent in the desert heat who wants to actually be here. They’ll contribute. They don’t go to Canada or anywhere else. They come here. And they work hard. I’ll take ‘em.
2) “I have a family.” Horseshit. If you have a family, and you truly believe that life would be better elsewhere, that’s all the more reason to go there and set up shop for the rest of your life. Go to your democratic socialist haven or your far right piece of paradise. It’s better there, remember? Why wouldn’t you want your family to be in a better country and, therefore, a better situation?
or 3) I would get non-answers and, eventually, after chipping away at those non-answers, we could finally come to the determination that they just have it better here. These people are just complainers in general. I believe Rick Pitino called people like that, “the fellowship of the miserable.” Nothing you can do about them short of a genocide.
I have not found any other reason for someone to think it’s better somewhere else and yet they’re still here. If someone wants to offer up a reason, I’m all ears. I’m always willing to learn. In that vein, I actually respect someone like Clooney even though I rarely agree with him, politically. He didn’t like it here and decided to spend most of his time in Italy. Good for him. Whoopi Goldberg, on the other hand? I thought she was leaving in 2016 and yet she’s still here. Why? She has the dough to go anywhere she wants in the world. Why be in a country that disgusts you?