#1 Posted by RedCricketChase (444 posts) -


#2 Posted by Rawrnosaurous (768 posts) -

Where is the eh I just live here option?

#3 Posted by RedCricketChase (444 posts) -

I'm kind of a level two man, myself.

#4 Edited by Grilledcheez (3947 posts) -

I'm not really patriotic since I kinda feel that's a form of nationalism, which I think is one of the reasons the global community isn't reaching its full potential. Having said that, I'm really happy to be living here (even with the ignorant people, but they tend to be everywhere).

SO LEVEL 2 I GUESS

#5 Posted by Falx (347 posts) -

Where's the "I don't live in america and curious about the answers" option?

#6 Posted by not_a_bumblebee (24 posts) -

I think I saw the movie My Fellow Americans but all I can remember was that it was essentially Grumpy Old Men minus Walter Matheau plus a road trip and James Garner.  What level is that?

#7 Posted by RedCricketChase (444 posts) -

@Rawrnosaurous said:

Where is the eh I just live here option?

I say that sounds like level two :]

#8 Posted by RedCricketChase (444 posts) -

@Falx said:

Where's the "I don't live in america and curious about the answers" option?

Bah! I should've included an option like that. I'm new and suck.

#9 Posted by McGhee (6094 posts) -

America has become a gross and bloated empty shell of its former self.

#10 Posted by frankfartmouth (1018 posts) -

I feel the same way about America that I do about my family: I'd rather live with someone else, but it'll still always be my home.

As far as all the love it or leave it, teaparty nationalism, you really just have to be stupid to feel that way about this place.

#11 Posted by Counterclockwork87 (665 posts) -

I'm not very patriotic, but I love living in New York in America and wouldn't trade it for any other place. Manhattan just has everything you'd ever need!

#12 Posted by EquitasInvictus (2029 posts) -

I guess by obligation of the military paying for my college tuition and me shipping out for military training in a few weeks I'd have to be "Level 5," although I'll say off the record that I appreciate our vast armaments more than a lot of other aspects of America, like, say, American politics. Fuck no, politics. If you showed me an M1A1 Abrams tank or an F-22 Raptor, however, FUCK YEEEAH!

Of course, there are foreign things I can get behind as well. Like the FN F2000.

#13 Posted by Phatmac (5726 posts) -

I love America so level 3 for me :) I have a bad feeling that liberal college kids are going to invade this poll so beware!

#14 Posted by RedCricketChase (444 posts) -

@Counterclockwork87 said:

I'm not very patriotic, but I love living in New York in America and wouldn't trade it for any other place. Manhattan just has everything you'd ever need!

Does it have male strippers??

#15 Posted by EquitasInvictus (2029 posts) -

@RedCricketChase: When someone says Manhattan has everything, I'm pretty sure you can expect for there to be a Chippendales or at least a cheap Chippendales knockoff.

#16 Posted by Moreau_MD (402 posts) -

@Phatmac said:

I love America so level 3 for me :) I have a bad feeling that liberal college kids are going to invade this poll so beware!

lol, I'm guessing you're a republican then?

#17 Posted by Phatmac (5726 posts) -

^ Nah I'm probably more democratic. Anyway happy 4th y'all!!

#18 Posted by Tim_the_Corsair (3065 posts) -

As an Australian living in Australia, I'd probably I'm a one.

Hawaii was nice though, so props for that!

#19 Posted by CrimsonAvenger (273 posts) -

Level One. I'd rather live in Europe then here in America.

#20 Posted by ZeForgotten (10397 posts) -

Denmark wins! 
 
I'm not American though, and I live in Denmark(strange choice for a poll though) so I'm biased, I guess! 

#21 Posted by Everyones_A_Critic (6298 posts) -

Probably level 2. Freedom of speech is something a lot of people take for granted but even that's starting to disappear.

#22 Posted by Elazul (1327 posts) -

@Everyones_A_Critic said:

Probably level 2. Freedom of speech is something a lot of people take for granted but even that's starting to disappear.

Yup, unfortunately that's been happening here for a while. Now you can get locked up for saying stupid shit on Twitter.

Anyway, as a British-born half-American who's seen the US pretty thoroughly from both sides of the fence, I'd say I'm about a 2. I like America and it's people, and I'm mostly fine with the celebration even if I think some people take it waaaaay too far. It's most certainly not without it's flaws, but that doesn't mean I won't wish it a happy birthday.

Britain on the other hand, is firmly a 1 at the moment. How people can actually celebrate the Jubilee and the Olympics when shit has gotten this dire is absolutely beyond me.

#23 Posted by BabyChooChoo (4496 posts) -

Team America: World Police is based on my life...

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#24 Posted by Dad_Is_A_Zombie (1225 posts) -

I'm a solid 3. Warts and all it's my home and I wouldn't want to live anywhere else.

#25 Posted by Grillbar (1825 posts) -

@ZeForgotten said:

Denmark wins! I'm not American though, and I live in Denmark(strange choice for a poll though) so I'm biased, I guess!

i was just peeking in to see some of the stuff that was going to be said and also had to vote denmark since im in the same boat as you:D

#26 Posted by Arker101 (1474 posts) -

Well, I know the overall state of things is a bit low, but I like my country enough to want for it to get better, so LVL 3.

I've got a flag out in front of my house, but otherwise I'm not really that Patriotic.

@Moreau_MD said:

@Phatmac said:

I love America so level 3 for me :) I have a bad feeling that liberal college kids are going to invade this poll so beware!

lol, I'm guessing you're a republican then?

I think he means the stereotypical kind that pop up in these kind of threads. http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/college-liberal

#27 Posted by BoG (5188 posts) -

I like America. It's my home, and it's nice. I'll support our national team in the World Cup, even though they suck. However, I think it's unhealthy to go around shouting that we're the best country ever and that we are chosen among nations and blah blah. Am I proud to be an American? Sure, why not. Am I proud to be a Utahn? Yeah, of course. I always will be, no matter where my life takes me, and no matter how much I may dislike certain pieces of American culture.

That being said, I might where the Spanish national team jersey I bought last week in Spain to today's festivities. For the lulz.

#28 Posted by pyromagnestir (4324 posts) -

I'm a 3, but my Wooo is perhaps a touch more sarcastic than it's supposed to be, so I'm more like a 2.5.

#29 Posted by RedCricketChase (444 posts) -

@EquitasInvictus said:

@RedCricketChase: When someone says Manhattan has everything, I'm pretty sure you can expect for there to be a Chippendales or at least a cheap Chippendales knockoff.

THIS IS GREAT NEWS.

#30 Posted by Napalm (9020 posts) -

More like con-merica.

#31 Posted by BraveToaster (12590 posts) -

Yeah, number 1 in obesity!

#32 Edited by PenguinDust (12514 posts) -

Level 3. All my stuff is here. I'll root for the America athletes participating in the London Olympics this summer. I shop at Wal-Mart and eat Big Macs.

#33 Posted by AlexW00d (6274 posts) -

Well I conquered the US as Denmark, so I guess the bottom answer was made just for me.

#34 Posted by TehFlan (1944 posts) -

Level 4. America's far from perfect, but I'd rather live here than anywhere else.

#35 Posted by Animasta (14691 posts) -

the only things I really know about denmark is from the scandinavia and the world webcomic

and this

#36 Edited by rachelepithet (1391 posts) -

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#37 Posted by medacris (660 posts) -

Level 2 or 3. I'm glad for the diversity, and some of the freedoms we have that some other countries lack, but there's still an awful lot we need to work on.

#38 Posted by Gabriel (4061 posts) -

On July 4th it's always a level 5, every other day is like a 2 maybe a 3.

#39 Posted by ThePickle (4182 posts) -

I'm somewhere around here:

#40 Posted by No0b0rAmA (1490 posts) -

@boocreepyfootdoctor said:

No reason to like America. It should be the opposite of that (JFK?) quote, we should be asking what our country can do for us. But with about half of all the people in it being conservative, anti-tax, meaning they don't believe in healthcare/schools/police/fire departments/etc. I mean, what's the point of America? You'd be just as better off hunting and gathering.

Are you saying half of Americans don't believe in public education? What a really enlightened view of the right.

#41 Posted by Erk_Forever (157 posts) -

I'm so patriotic I'm typing this from a third world country. Beat that.

#42 Posted by PeasantAbuse (5138 posts) -

Probably a two I guess. I don't really care. I'd rather live here than anywhere else and the people are chadbrochill, but I laugh at my next door neighbors whose house is covered in American flag colored things right now (they're nice though so it's K).

#43 Posted by InternetCrab (1504 posts) -

America is a nice country to live in.

LEVEL THREE MOTHERFUCKERS