As you know, the clowns of the demorepublican dictatorship didn’t mention the estimated 6 million Americans living abroad in their political campaign not one single time. Some even personally expressed to me that they neither had the time nor interest to campaign to those Americans living abroad that they are supposed to represent.
“Mexico, a country facing 100,000 deaths, neighbor to the United States, didn’t deserve one single mention tonight. A disgrace.”1
In the debates, the demorepublican candidates expressed, 34 times, their unconditional support for their beloved Israel with its apartheid practice in the nation of Palestine 2, but they didn’t once mention the approx. 2 million Americans living in Mexico and Canada in spite of their serious banking concerns and despite the historic violence playing out in Mexico, much of it along the 2,000-mile border that the US shares, which has already cost 60’000 lives.1
Of course, the homelanders are best informed on issues concerning Americans living abroad, as kindly expressed by some in Election 2012: Americans Living Abroad Report Difficulty Voting:
What would be fair is if American MONEY living abroad couldn’t vote..or Americans that MAKE their money abroad and then drop it off in offshore accounts to avoid taxes couldn’t vote. Don’t want to pay your taxes…You lose the priviledge of even being able to call yourself American. 3
Dear HP, I have no problems voting, but ever since this election began, I’ve been having trouble stashing my loot abroad. Getting all kinds of complaints. Had to close many accounts. Please help. Thanks, Mitt R. 7
I feel the same way about people who park their money overseas. Why should Mitt Romney be allowed to vote in American elections when he puts his money and his allegiance, elsewhere? 8
I’ve never understood why someone choosing to live abroad should be allowed to vote 10
While most of the commentators focused their energies on condemning the other evil member of their beloved demorepublican dictatorship, One commentator got it right:
We should be voting on the web.. this is ridiculous 4
It never ceases to amaze me that the most technologically advanced nation in the world ignores its citizens abroad on everything and anything including the important matters such as e-voting, e-filing, e-banking, etc. But, never mind that, as some commentators expressed. It worked for them so all is good and long live the demorepublican dictator!
Load of nonsense. Applied in October. Got electronic AND paper ballots and voted. 5
I live in Tokyo. Voted. Found those in Arizona completely 100% cooperative, and professional. Go Obama! 6
Maybe the problem is that Americans living abroad haven’t renounced their US citizenship yet, as this one is inquiring?
I’m a little puzzled. You live overseas, and have for years. Clearly, you feel that you have some good reasons to live outside the US.
I just wonder, why do you continue to maintain US citizenship, and vote in our elections, when you prefer to live in another country? 9
Well, folks, America still has a long journey to make to recognize the great value of its free little ambassadors working hard abroad.