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@  Rutherford : (28 June 2016 - 04:35)

Wow, this is pretty deep.

@  John Straiton : (27 June 2016 - 19:41)

More importantly, I understand that the concept of "free speech" is frowned upon in Germany.The ability of the people being able to vote politicians out of high office after a specified length of time would be no.1 for Germany.The first step in order to make positive changes for the people is the ability to vote out bad political leaders on a regular basis.
When political leaders fear losing their soft jobs they tend to listen to the people more often. "Raus Mit Angela" That tenure must be changed before she completely destroyed your country.

@  tennispanther : (27 June 2016 - 17:01)

I would prefer for Germany a system like this Swiss have. With an own national currency and very important, with direct democracy. We don't have it in Germany!

@  Marleen : (26 June 2016 - 14:24)

Germany will never be independent, because we have a negative history. Therefore, we are controlled by all other countries.

@  Marleen : (26 June 2016 - 14:24)

Okay, the Brussels bureaucracy isn’t always the best and doesn’t always make sense. But I can move freely within the EU. I can, for example, visit spontaneously my family in Poland. If Germany leave the EU, I need a passport or a visa again. I know it's not important for other people, but very important for me.
And Angie Merkel hasn’t done everything wrong. Unfortunately, in the refugee policy. That was her biggest mistake and very bad for the German people.
I think it’s a very difficult topic. Stay or leave. There are many positive, but also negative arguments. And we can discuss many hours about the EU.

@  John Straiton : (26 June 2016 - 02:38)

I'm sure that Germany will stay in the EU, just so long as Merkel stays at the helm. But apparently Germany is still no.1 in Europe in manufacturing & technology. Hope it stays that way. That's something that hasn't changed since WW2.
Now maybe Great Britain can work it's way up to a solid second place.

@  tennispanther : (25 June 2016 - 17:44)

The EU only as an economic community, as it was founded in the fifties of the last century, would be O.K. for me. But I don't want to have the Euro, I don't want to have all these madness of bureaucracy from Brussels and I also don't need an European parliament. I want to keep my country independent!

@  Marleen : (25 June 2016 - 15:30)

I don't agree. Germany has stay in the EU. We don't need the euro, but the EU.

@  tennispanther : (25 June 2016 - 13:25)

I'm German and I fully agree with Bob's views about the EU and Merkel. I want Germany to leave the EU.

@  bobo : (25 June 2016 - 02:23)

Merkle is a loser. Establishment person. Germany would serve itself well to lose the EU. And get rid of Merkel! :angry:

@  John Straiton : (25 June 2016 - 01:57)

The E.U. today, Angela Merkel tomorrow! Let it be! :thumbsup:

@  bobo : (24 June 2016 - 23:58)

If you let people into your country that don't want to assimilate, eventually you will loose your country. Sharia law anyone? It's the so called legal system of Islam. It is a nut job legal system. Big problem in the USA. The mayor of Dallas Texas has pushed back on on the sharia law crap big time, and is painted by our left wing media as anti immigrant, anti muslim. So I can't even imagine how totally insane it is in England. :wacko:

@  bobo : (24 June 2016 - 23:44)

The beauty of Europe to me is the very different and wonderful countries. Clearly defined by culture, language, and boarders. Rich in history. And with the advent of the EU 50 years ago, all of that richness and distinctness ha been little by little eroding. :(

@  bobo : (24 June 2016 - 23:36)

The EU is a failed experiment. Socialism/Communism is also a failed experiment. We have had it in the UAS with that crap. Obama! :devil: Time to move on Europe and USA! B)

@  bobo : (24 June 2016 - 23:32)

Congratulations Great Britain! Dumping the EU seems like a giant step towards taking your country back. From what I gather, ass clowns (bureaucrats) in Brussels regulate the countries in the EU. Heard today that the EU bureaucrats put heavy restrictions on hair driers and tea pots in Britain. That probably tipped the vote in favor of Brexit. You don't mess with a British citizens tea! :D The bureaucrats in Brussels are socialist nut jobs. :devil:

@  bobo : (24 June 2016 - 23:22)

There are approximately 300 million privately owned firearms in the United States. About 20% are semi automatics, but that figure is quickly rising. New gun sales are now about 50% semi automatic. ^_^

@  bobo : (24 June 2016 - 23:17)

I like Johnson a lot. I usually vote for the Libertarian candidate in presidential elections. Anti big federal govt, pro US Constitution, pro States Rights, and most importantly, Pro Individual Freedom! :sigh:

@  Collective : (24 June 2016 - 04:51)

Since I'm not a citizen of the US of A, I don't vote. If I coould, I'd go with Johnson. Freedom is one, it shouldn't be economic vs social... it's just freedom... the freedom of legally married gay couples to defend their marijuana field with semiautomatic weapons.

@  Collective : (23 June 2016 - 15:54)

Waiting for my green card to go through to do that. Right now I can only buy hunting ones. Should still be able to go to a range to try something, who knows. F1 drivers shoot to train for deep focus, looks fun and even kinda relaxing.

@  bobo : (23 June 2016 - 02:38)

Don't mean to offend any of my hingis.ch brothers and sisters. I love you all. Get a gun, shoot it, and get back to me! :D



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