Canada vs USA
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I accept. To refute some of your things. On nuclear weapons: yes the USA has them. However we are in the position to defend allies like Kuwait. Tough times calls for tough measures. We have an awesome highway system, that Canada doesn't have. In America we believe in getting out of our luxury zones once in a while. Canada has awesome roads, I'll give you that, but America has awesome roads and highways. I love the smell of tollbooths in the morning lol. Come on, don't deny it. :)
On America we done a lot of bad things, but so has every other country. Canada was built off the back of oppression by Scotland. The French and Native Americans were mistreated by the Scottish and northern English. Now, when you say fight for England, I definitely think you mean the south, because it's the north and the lowlands of Scotland that have the same qualities you accuse the USA of having. The north of the USA, founded by southern England, has a lot better things than some of Canada
To close, so does America. But we also know how to have some adventure. Thus the interstate system. Canada is too into their comfort zone. Also about the southern English colonies, I say that because there were also colonies by the Scotish (under James I).
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Vote Placed by Haroush 2 years ago
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Reasons for voting decision: No one made a better argument here in my opinion. Both Pro and Con didn't give good enough points which would make their country better..
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