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Should USA go back under the British crown?

Asked by: Jovian
  • Absolutely, without doubt

    The United States would be much better off under the British Crown.

    British institutions more effective than American ones. The nations that remained under the British Crown have proven to be more harmonious nation-states without the same social and economic problems as the United States.

    No sir, you are not a superior nation to Britain.

  • Most definatly not

    If this was 1776 then it might have maybe been a question worth asking, but not today.

    The British empire is long gone. The united states is the most powerful nation on earth, it would make no sense to accept rule under a now inferior nation. Englands laws, rights and beliefs are also alot different from the United states.

    My country Australia follows many of Englands laws etc and I can say like England, we are a Nanny state. Our rights are very restricted here and in England too, America is still the land of the free in comparison.

    Some small things for example, Firearms and fireworks are basically illegal aswell as slingshots, metal cap guns, and replica firearms (if caught, you will be treated as having a real firearm). Airsoft and paintball guns are illegal without firearms licences. Segways are illegal because they are "a hazard to pedestrians" yet let blind old people drive around on scooters, In sydney bars are forced to close their doors at 1:30AM (and have recently killed the culture in Sydney).
    Basically anything fun is illegal, many of these laws are copied from England or have the same mentality as their government, I couldn't imagine America would like laws like that being forced on them.

    America can however follow some good examples by England such as medicare.

  • Probably not, no.

    If this were to happen, there would be such a huge political mess that wouldn't be solved for such a long time. Although, I DO believe that we as a whole should be more like them. Our schools should match theirs and we should be more proper them them, for example.

  • No no no

    Britan lost their land in every place they've had it, Canada Australia, United States. They are not a good country, And our democratic system is much better than their monarchy. It would ruin america. We are superior to every country, except maybe china. We could go to war for it, but we would win. WE ARE SUPERIOR.

  • How about no.

    Very interesting concept right here. Surely that's what Britain was thinking back in 1812. But we are over 200 years removed from the end of that war. Great Britain's empire has since fallen to dust. There is no bounds in which this could, would, or should happen. What a preposterous question.

  • Most definatly not

    If this was 1776 then it might have maybe been a question worth asking, but not today.

    The British empire is long gone. The united states is the most powerful nation on earth, it would make no sense to accept rule under a now inferior nation. Englands laws, rights and beliefs are also alot different from the United states.

    My country Australia follows many of Englands laws etc and I can say like England, we are a Nanny state. Our rights are very restricted here and in England too, America is still the land of the free in comparison.

    Some small things for example, Firearms and fireworks are basically illegal aswell as slingshots, metal cap guns, and replica firearms (if caught, you will be treated as having a real firearm). Airsoft and paintball guns are illegal without firearms licences. Segways are illegal because they are "a hazard to pedestrians" yet let blind old people drive around on scooters, In sydney bars are forced to close their doors at 1:30AM (and have recently killed the culture in Sydney).
    Basically anything fun is illegal, many of these laws are copied from England or have the same mentality as their government, I couldn't imagine America would like laws like that being forced on them.

    America can however follow some good examples by England such as medicare.


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