Friday, February 18, 2011

The US Could Use a Little "Revolution” Dontcha Think?

I was watching the whole revolution in Egypt thing and I realized that their country had problems, they had a revolution and won, problems solved right? While the US has problems, we do not have a revolution and we still have problems... French have revolution, problems solves... hmm ok so at this point I see a connection. 

Revolution = Problems Solved 

So I figure in order to solve problems in a country, you must have a revolution and over throw the government and start anew to get what you want...Idk just a thought.



21 comments:

jeebus said...

I would love to see Wisconsin burn down

Anonymous. said...

It's been far too long.

cooperlife said...

Egypt is under a dictatorship... not the same problem. America's problems aren't as bad as a long-time oppressive regime.

Motivationalized said...

The only problem with that logic is that revolution=/=problem solved, it just means that some other dictator takes the stand, it's all just a little piece of history repeating!

Reilly said...

Belgians laugh with world record = problem not solved

Bassislv said...

hmmm, i don't know...

Charles said...

its our right as stated in the constitution to overthrow the government. I believe this includes when we are rapidly turning into a police state etc.

The Almighty Lewis said...

A revolution every few years is a necessity to remain free. Not a permanent solution, but after a revolution you have a couple of years before the corruption starts seeping in again.

mtn said...

yep, revolution is good for me

Anonamiser said...

Wikileaks is only the beginning. Overthrow the oppressive overlords!

Brandor MacLeod said...

Drastic change for any country requires thoroughness. A revolution would be starting change at the top, working down, except without the working down part.

Shockwave said...

I think most of the world needs a revolution. England is long overdue one.

Bent said...

That is going to be pretty hard, knowing there are so many different people in the United States. Some are against the government, some are not. I don't think a revolution is possible in the US.

ernesto said...

VIVA LÁ REVÓLUCION!!!

DK said...

we are too diverse for a revolution

Shutterbug said...

I think our problems are pretty minor. :)

Cody said...

As a canadian i agree the US thinks too highly of themselfs! loving the blog so far!

Siphil said...

Apathy is the number one enemy of revolutions. As long as people have their Iphones, Internet connections and televisions to keep them busy, they don't care about anything else.

Melanie said...

yes indeed!

ScottD said...

Americas problems are worse than Egypt. The masses have been brainwashed and are apethetic. Our oppressive regime has been around for almost 100yrs. They have dumbed down the masses, made us too lazy and selfish about our own interests(i will only bitch if it effects me) and have made us slaves to debt and taxes. You will never get out. They throw idiots a bone (like your pointless vote, let you have internet, drivers license) to distract you from your slavery and brainwash you to think I AM FREE. ITS TIME.

D.B. said...

ppl just dont believe in themselves, they dont know how much power they have.

good thing we have ppl like u raising awareness

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