Americans aren't focusing on the big issues, they only stick with little debates that never end.
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Then it seems like the big things are small to these people, things like minimum wage, medical care, equal rights for all genders and races.
It's pretty obvious we do this, but if anyone want's to debate about it with me, go right ahead.
What you're saying is that you believe Americans are debating about big issues now? Yes immigration is a big issue, and yes people are debating about that, but I never hear about how America is turning to corporatism, or how corrupt banks are, and I've rarely ever heard much on the NRA or IRS anymore, it's all this news about wars in the Middle East that aren't even necessary, and you could argue that talking about those wars is a big issue, but people are talking about how we should stay out of one, only to get into another one, we've stopped telling the government to bring our troops home, and the intelligent here want all of them back home.
And besides, do you realize how many Americans also don't get into politics at all? I don't want to have to tell you how many people I've meet that don't care what the government is doing and how many people are being oppressed or exploited, so don't try to tell me that the majority of Americans are arguing about big issues.
Oh, and by the way.
World English Dictionary
1.short for the United States of America
2.Also called: the Americas the American continent, including North, South, and Central America
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