I guess you realize that your reply is nothing but empty rhetorics. It's a pity you are so content with your isolationism.
Well, so you are concerned about the future of my country?
So you think America needs no feedback from the rest of the world? Ok, I won't give you any more. Good luck. Besides, if you hadn't intentionally ignored my very next sentence you wouldn't make this stupid comment. Twisted rhetorics example #1.
"Don't worry, I don't dream about becoming an American voter." I won't worry. Plenty of other Europeans want to come here and earn the priveldge to vote. Many infact from Poland.
Is that supposed to make me feel inferior? Plenty of Americans come to Europe because they're fed up with their cultrue. How's that for an argument? Jingoism and twisted rhetorics example #2.
"It just seems like some of you have lost many of the values on which America was built." And exactly what would you know about American values of the 18th century? OK maybe that's unfair. Maybe you are a historian and I should give you credit for studying American history.
Oh, Panda, you shouldn't have made this comment if you immediatly admitted that it may be unappropriate. Instead you should have asked an honest question. First of all I studied American culture and history among other things. Secondly you should know that the cultural transfer between America and Europe is one-directional. the average European knows much more about the American culture (even f it's folk knowledge from Hollywood movies), than vice versa.
" Now you think you are smart and you delegate the "dirty job" of accepting the Turks to the EU, thus ruining its economy." You are the one calling the acceptance of Turkey a dirty job, not me. I merely comment on the fact that your economy will be adversely effected by this move and yet I suppose it will be easier to get in the middle of that group of Islamics and Christians in Turkey in some imperialist way when you share an economy.
Either you know nothing about political correctness or you are being intentionaly dishonest about my reply. So, you say, you "merely commented on the fact"? Don't be ridiculous. Your intentions are evident even from your last comment:
" How cunning. " Why thank you Pole. That's the nicest comment you've made to me.
Your problem is that I haven't made a single ksenophobic comment on this thread that could offend you or any American person. If I have, please show me where. I didn't say America is worse in any respect than any other country. I even admitted they're doing economically better than any other country.
I only objected to the idea that all countries should adopt the American constitution. What I got as a reply was a pile of nationalist aforismic comments pretending to be clever observations on international policy. I also got intimidated and misquoted.
Well, I guess that's how some people react to criticism.