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Absolutely. For decades I've been thinking this. There is absolutely no reason for America to take responsibility for solving everyone else's problems. Most nations can take care of themselves, and for those who can't...well, that really doesn't concern us. It may seem cold, but it's true. America has its fair share of problems, but I don't see anyone as worried about us as we are about everyone else's fucking business.
I agree. First of all, it's a little bit creepy, that weird voice telling you everything about your life. Secondly, it's almost eliminating the need for human thought. We just say something, and immediately the computer thinks for us and gives us the answer. We don't even have to put our thoughts into the computer, we just speak them and their wish is our command. It's scary.
I must, however disagree with this particular statement. That happened years ago. If every country was held responsible for generations after they did something wrong...well basically every country in the world would be ostracized, particularly the US, Germany, England and Italy.
Besides, us being the rude and boisterous Americans we are, if the rest of the world froze us out, we would likely just nuke 'em.
I hate to agree with Axmeister, my British nemesis :P but it was, in fact, illegal. The colonists were rebelling against British authority, and technically what the Americans were doing qualified as treason. By drawing up and signing the Declaration, they were denouncing the King, Parliament and England as a whole.