Canada. Always Canada...then Australia.
@The Handlebar , Once you go Australia, you don't leave. The animals there won't let you.
@The Handlebar , I will gladly welcome my American friends eh?
we welcome you handlebar
@The Handlebar , canada bc more furries there
@The Handlebar , British Columbia. In canadadada
@The Handlebar , I feel so honoured
@The Handlebar , welcome to australia, here is your complimentary spider and pet kangaroo, don't lose sight of the spiders they like to hide in your armpits, they breed there
@The Handlebar , You don't want to go to Australia, I have seen babies manage themselves better than our government.
@The Handlebar , just don't move to Alberta. Provincial Government just changed. Trust me don't move here
@wiremu199814, I feel you man, I really do
@The Handlebar , yeah die of froshbite in canada then die of heatstroke here
@The Handlebar , You're welcome to move here anytime, neighbour
Russia, I hear their leader is a pretty cool guy.
@Flyman, until, you know, he kills you and bombs your family.
@Flyman, if you are looking for a country with a cool leader I think you should try glorious North Korea
@Flyman, when sun goes down, fun goes yes!
@Flyman, I don't know, he's always Putin us off.
@SimonPetrikov, Don't be Sadimir, he doesn't mean to.
@Flyman, Russia might have Putin, but Canada has Poutine
@Flyman, don't get Madimir, get Gladimir
England. I hear elections aren't for sale there
@Lord Commander Snow, That's literally the worst idea you could have.
@Lord Commander Snow, actualy its way worse in britan right now so the UK is a no go
@Captain Britain, not a very good Captain Britain. Haha
@Lord Commander Snow, I know, Field Commander Britain sounds so much better.
@Lord Commander Snow, you plan on paying £11,500 per year for Uni Tuition.... Oh and foreigners pay like way more than that :(
@GinSan, that's extremely cheap since uni in America is like $60,000 a year (roughly £30,000)
@Galven, why is it worse? I haven't been keeping up with UK politics so I'm curious.
@Miss Nomer, the elections afe likely to fill most parliament seats with a party supporting a withdrawal from the EU. Scotland however wants to remain in the EU so a party in Scotland will likely push for another independence referendum. The UK isn't used to drawn out elections like Americans
@Lord Commander Snow, good to know. Thank you
@Galven, at least farage didn't win
@ThumbsUpMan, no idea where you go but my uni is about 16000 a year.
Come live in space! We make our own rules up here in the final frontier! (Also I'm lonely...)
Or you could just vote for one of the smaller party candidates...
@ChaoticStarWhale, that requires not following the pack which is the opposite of American mentality
@ChaoticStarWhale, I'd rather have either of these two than any 3rd party candidate (runs for cover)
@ChaoticStarWhale, Bernie Sanders for president.
@Toad, I dont care much for hilary, but Jeb Bush was governer of florida when I first moved to this country and he had things running pretty well from what I saw
@Toad, why? Serious question. How do the 2 parties win your vote?
@niffler, yeah, I think he's got a lot in his favor. The two things going against him are his last name and his wife's spending habits. I just wish they ran him instead of George back in 2000.
@Whatssofunny, it's more that I see most 3rd party candidates as fringe nutcases that generally have no experience governing. I'm a centrist. Bush is center right, and Hillary is center left. Bush successfully ran a large state, Hillary was heavily involved with a largely successful presidency, and has foreign affairs and legislative experience. There are many things I disagree with each on (I'm more of a Catholic voter than American left/right), but I see that they're both qualified.
@Toad, I hear ya that a lot of non-party candidates are nut jobs. But take a look at someone like Gary Johnson. He's in line with most of US. Economically conservative socially liberal. Wants people to be responsible for their own well being and limit the government authority.
@Whatssofunny, yeah, I'm kind of on the opposite end from libertarian.
@Toad, so... Statist? Marxist?
I hear Ireland is nice
Vote libertarian. It's exactly what 90% of americans support with the added benifit of you not having to choose democrat or republican simply because you are "closer" to being that one.
I will stay in Germany.
@Chimera Ant, I hear good things about Germany nowadays
@Personal Jesus, nah. Our government simply kisses the asses of Russia and the US
@Chimera Ant, that's unfortunate
Well... it is only a few hours drive from Minnesota to Canada.
@Mega Charizard, what is that, 6 or 7 hours from the twin cities? Not bad at all.
Mexico, they got them tacos
@MrWonka, and cops you can bribe with a $5
@MrWonka, I would go there too, if it wasn't for the crime rate and narcos
@Colonel Krusty , where my family is from is pretty calm. Just stay out of the states of Baja California, Chihuahua, Tamaulipas, Nuevo Leon, Jalisco, Michoacan, Guerrero, and Sinaloa
@D0N RAM0N, Most of my family is from Guanajuato and it's pretty moderate over there
@MrWonka, I know, that area's probably the most chill in Mexico. My family is from Queretaro, my parents' town is like 15 minutes from the border with Guanajuato
@D0N RAM0N, the city is San Luis De La Paz, practically in the middle of the state
@MrWonka, it's kinda close to where I live. Have you heard or gone to San Jose Iturbide? It's like 45 minutes from where my parents live and we go there to buy a lot of stuff
@D0N RAM0N, I don't think so, I only know my family city
If it's Hillary? I'd move to D.C. Ideally with a high-powered rifle.
@Sparks 1911, please do
@KingofFunnypics, Best idea. I've been saying this for years!
Sad thing is those are the best candidates (with a realistic chance of winning)
I'm going home to rio. Any other Brazilians here?
@gRAPE juices, lol your comment is funnier than the post.
@BearDaniels, see once people hear about them many just don't vote for them because they think it'd be a waste of a vote, but if everyone who thought that actually voted for some third party, there could be some actual change
I'd vote for Jeb before Hilary, but idk if I'd like either one that much as president.
Bernie Sanders for president.
Jeb is awesome!!! I hate Clinton. I will NOT vote for Monica's ex boyfriends wife
We were so innocent back then.
And in 2016 things are even worse than we thought....
This is much funnier in June 2016, thinking back to JEBrah
North Korea is best Korea
The place where they they come second in serving the most pizza
I already moved from California to Canada , so I'm good here, for now
To the Netherlands...for reasons 😏
Totally vote for Jeb bush. Best governor Florida had in years.
A Bush or Clinton should never be allowed to be Present again, make a constitutional amendment.
@CrazyRightWinger, That's not how it works. That's not how any of this works!
Bernie Sanders 2016.
Jeb Bush, the only reason I would vote for Hillary Clinton.
@iOS8, Hillary Clinton, the only reason I would vote for Jeb Bush :P jk. If it comes to that Im going 3rd party of I have to.
If the Conservative party wins in the UK then I'm down for the UK.
I come from 2017 and most people would prefer Jeb or Hillary over our " supreme leader "
Mars colony 1
America. It seems like a cool country! I've gotten tired of Sweden so when is Hillary president?
I would swim across the ocean to North Korea.
For anyone who considers going to another country based on who may become president, I have 2 pieces of advice: 1. Learn how checks and balances in our government: 2. Gtfo.
Sounds like I am moving to Canada
Ill stay here
The Netflix may not be quite as good, but I'm so glad to be Canadian, living here in Canada, in not the US
The place with the gay agenda
*comes to the political war, prepared* Am I too late??
Back to my Egypt and kick all those archeologists out my Damn country
I think you should vote for wacka flocks flame so hopefully he takes the Piss out of David Cameron. But that's just me
@another scottish guy, he can spark up with Nicola sturgeon too
Israel or I will just have Florida secede fron the US (I live in Florida, but don't like it that much, but also I am too lazy and I don't feel like moving and having a different state secede).
Back to Brazil
@Ajunta Pall, well America does have a lot of places. It's a pretty big continent or rather 2