Imagine being on a moral high horse because you are proud to be a slave to a system that doesn’t care about your well-being and treats you like a commodity. Wow. America truly is a unique nation.
What we would like to know though, is what does parental leave have to do with socialism? Nothing, of course, it’s just a barrage of lies that Americans have been fed for years so that now any positive social policy must be the socialist devil’s work.
No Need to Have a Mental Breakdown
We think this is a simple case of "I don't know about anything outside of my country, so how does he know?" We sometimes question Americans' geography knowledge outside of their country, but holy guacamole, this is just sad.
To be completely honest, not a lot of people usually know about geography everywhere, but this post just shows that Americans know way less than they should.
There was a time when begin called "un-American" was an insult and would be used for anyone doing something a little different. Unfortunately, this even seeped into conversations about haircuts with the Beatles.
Because the USA is the center of the universe, everyone should want to be American, right? Even if they are literally the Beatles.
This is like asking a random stranger "do you also celebrate my birthday?" Would France celebrate George Washington’s Birthday? Would China celebrate Columbus day? We're just here, scratching our heads and wondering how anyone could even get to the point where they ask that.
You know what they say, "you can’t argue with idiots, they will drag you down to their level and beat you with experience."
The Innocent Side of Ignorance
This woman sounds exactly like my uncle, who is quite literally clueless when it comes to anything outside of his general vicinity. The best part about this is that artificial refrigeration was originally invented in Britain.
Maybe this is just a misunderstanding, but we can't help but cringe at her sheer and utter lack of acumen.