• The United Kingdom. RULE BRITANNIA!

  • The United States of America. GOD BLESS AMERICA!

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64% 18 votes
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Vox_Veritas says2016-03-05T03:06:25.3568941Z
You know, I don't really see anything good that could come from these kind of petty contests.
augcaesarustus says2016-03-05T11:05:24.7418077Z
Yes, real freedom! Look at slavery. What's that? Oh, that's right, Britain banned slavery... And without a Civil War.... Well, the United States, you deserve 5 stars.
famousdebater says2016-03-05T20:25:07.8735732Z
The answer to this question is extremely simple. The UK pretty much wins in virtually all important aspects that require assessing.
famousdebater says2016-03-06T08:38:42.5193146Z
I guess this kind of result is expected since there is a significantly higher quantity of Americans on this site.
TheRobocrat says2016-03-23T21:54:51.1432129Z
Well, looking at the comments and seeing someone is blaming the Civil War for slavery just shows that UK education is not what it is cracked up to be.
PurpleRainbow says2016-03-24T22:20:35.6745077Z
I should do a USA or Australia poll... The answer would be even easier.... Australia.
solbug43 says2016-12-22T16:06:07.8415058Z
We have already won, and saved your butt twice
TheBilbo1 says2016-12-23T16:59:07.6538373Z
@solbug43 Well, neither won the second war and about saving us, you could have joined us in 1914 rather in 1917 and therefore save many lives. You did not 'save' us in WW1 you helped us and our allies to win at a very late date. Regarding WW2, it was Britain and the Commonwealth alone that stood against the evils of facism. The USA joined the war in 1941 to also do this, so I would say that it is fair to suggest that America did not 'save our butt' but helped us to win the war.

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