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    i like it. we need to find a county
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    http://www.warmuseum.ca/firstworldwar/history/life-at-home-during-the-war/the-war-economy/finance-and-war-production/ Finance and War Production Bookmark this page Print
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    I really have no issues with the blizzards. I just don't want to have to pay any of the income tax, sales tax, or corporate taxes. You know? Something that that asshole Robert Borden and his Unionist cronies said he was gonna repeal after WW!.............
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    Yesterday, 03:22 PM
    would be cool, I wouldn't have to learn a new language. if Liechtenstein or Switzerland are as cool as they sound, though...
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    Western alienationedit]Main article: Western alienation In Canadian politics, the term "the West" is used misleadingly in Canadian media styleguides as shorthand for the Conservative leanings of Western Canadians, as contrasted with the greater likelihood for candidates from either the Liberal Party of Canada or the New Democratic Party (NDP) to be elected in Central Canadacitation needed]. Exceptions exist, particularly in British Columbia, as well as in the prairie city of Winnipeg, and where the Liberal Party hold seats, as well as in other major urban centres such as Edmonton where Liberal and NDP candidates have been elected in recent history. The social democratic NDP had its origins on the Canadian Prairies and in the mining and pulp mill towns and railway camps of British Columbia, and has a history of support in Manitoba, and British Columbia. Regarding provincial politics, as of June 2015, the British Columbia Liberal Party forms the provincial government in British Columbia, though despite the name is not formally allied with the federal Liberal Party and is widely seen as conservative in nature and is composed of elements from the federal Conservative Party's right wing, including many ex-Reform Party supporters. The Saskatchewan Party, also a conservative party, holds power in Saskatchewan and the NDP forms the government in Alberta. The western provinces are represented in the Parliament of Canada by 104 Members of Parliament (MPs) in the House of Commons (British Columbia 42, Alberta 34, Saskatchewan and Manitoba 14 each) and 24 senators (6 from each province). Currently, of the 104 western MPs in the Commons, 54 are Conservatives, 20 are New Democrats, and 29 are Liberals. The West has been the most vocal in calls for reform of the Senate, in which Ontario, Quebec, and particularly Atlantic Canada are seen by some westerners as being over-represented. The population of Ontario alone (13.1 million) exceeds that of all the Western provinces combined. The total population of Atlantic Canada, however, is 2.3 million, and this region is represented by 30 senators. Thus, Ontario is under-represented, Quebec has representation proportional to its population and the Atlantic provinces are over-represented. Westerners have advocated the so-called Triple-E Senate, which stands for "equal, elected, effective." They feel if all 10 provinces were allotted an equal number of senators, if those senators were elected instead of appointed, and if the Senate were a body that had more direct political power (for example via an arrangement more similar to the structure of the Australian Senate or the United States Senate rather than the UK model), then their region would have more of its concerns addressed at the federal level. Other westerners find this approach simplistic and either advocate keeping the status quo or may support other models for senate reform. The combination of all of these issues has led to the concept known as Western alienation, as well as calls for Western Canada independence by various fringe groups. Since at least the 1930s, economic conditions have contributed to a net emigration from Manitoba and Saskatchewan to Alberta and British Columbia, which have generally provided greater employment opportunities and higher living standards. The population of Saskatchewan is only slightly larger than it was in 1931. This trend of net emigration in both provinces is reversing because of a lower cost of living than Alberta and B.C.
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    Yesterday, 11:11 AM
    Sam Konkin was Western Canadian Tim Moen is Western Canadian A couple of Ayn Rand's old clique were Western Canadian 3/4 of them are the only provinces with enough Tory domination to actually get a full fledged separatist movement to take root Chances are if the West becomes independent I'll likely move there. I think the Prairies would be a nice place to live if they decided to get Ottawa off their back. @oyarde @Suzanimal @Jesse James fisharmor brushfire
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    I knew that
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    You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to helmuth_hubener again.
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    The horror.......... I'll never have a normal childhood again..........
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    Even political assassination?
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    03-27-2017, 01:07 PM
    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Danke&defid=149544 Danke Anagram of NAKED. I see you and I just say, danke and know I mean naked
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    what did we do?
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    03-26-2017, 10:11 AM
    yup it's all about what's more important to you. for you carrying a gun is more important than paying half in taxes and not funding wars and God knows what else the US funds. personally if where I lived was as safe as Switzerland I wouldn't feel the need to have guns besides at home. what do you think about Alaska? too cold for ya?
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    03-26-2017, 09:32 AM
    it will be a 5 year process at least just to get admitted into the country of Liechtenstein but that's worth it for me. you're probably not as young as I so you may decide it's not worth your time. nothing wrong with that. I think any freedom in the best freedom state will last maybe 10 years longer than the other states. just not worth it to me. if I'm going to leave my beloved South I want to be somewhere my grandkids won't need to flee because it will already be bad again. if we can find 20,000 people to move with us we should just take over some part of Mexico or South America. if we could get 20,000 people I would shit my pants. my vote still goes to Alaska. harder to go after 20,000 tax evaders in Alaska than anywhere else. we can build a safety igloo with cannons. our winter wonderland.
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    03-25-2017, 08:28 PM
    That looks SO..........boss!:eek:
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    03-25-2017, 04:31 PM
    Liechtenstein or Switzerland but we need to learn German. our ancestors came to America to give us a better life and I want to do the same thing
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    03-25-2017, 01:17 PM
    I just think there are better places is all. if it was the best place to go than sure.
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    03-25-2017, 11:44 AM
    Monaco is good for the short term but when the monarch dies it will go back to french rule from what i've heard.
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