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How U.S. Americans View the World

Americans' world

September 16, 2009 - Posted by | humor, U.S. politics


  1. It is Sarah Palin’s view for sure. That’s about all she could come up with. It is definitely the geography lesson for birthers, teabaggers, and many others of the Republican faith.

    Comment by Ralph | September 16, 2009

  2. hahahaha, very nice

    Comment by mountainguy | September 16, 2009

  3. BTW, I though Canada was more “soviet canuckistan” than just “Inhabited”

    Comment by mountainguy | September 16, 2009

  4. Meow.

    Comment by phil_style | September 17, 2009

  5. […] What passes for argument from the left. Left leaning elitist propaganda here too. […]

    Pingback by Stones Cry Out - If they keep silent… » Things Heard: e85v3 | September 17, 2009

  6. You made the pussy section too small, and I’m pretty sure there’s a bunch of evil doers where they’re making our stuff.

    Comment by SteveM | September 17, 2009

  7. I remember in “The Last of the Mohicans” when the British officer commented about “making the worls England” and the look on Magwa’s face.

    Comment by Paul | September 17, 2009

  8. Does that term violate this blog’s rule #5 on family-friendly?

    Comment by Chuck | September 18, 2009

  9. Ok, This is not my map. Yes, the term used of Europeans violates the family-friendly rule on this blog–I didn’t see it until after I posted it. Too late, now. To Stones Cry Out: No, this isn’t “What passes for argument on the left.” It’s humor. Satire. Which has its place as surely as does argument.

    Comment by Michael Westmoreland-White | September 18, 2009

  10. I saw this map and just fell out! And while it is extremely funny, politically incorrect and poorly drawn. ūüėČ It is very true and sad. What is protrayed as satire is actually how many Americans view the rest of the world.

    Comment by Georgianna | September 18, 2009

  11. Ralph and Georgianna,

    Michael didn’t title the post or the map “How Palin and Supporters View the World” or “The World According to Palin and Supporters.”

    In doing so, he allows all of US Americans a good laugh together.

    But, leave it to you “dividers” to insult and insinuate in broad generalizations and stereotypes your fellow Americans like me who might support Palin or some Conservative, but are very much concerned for the rest of the World.

    Perhaps you should do your own map of just America and label the South with funny terms that you actually are serious about.

    Comment by Chuck | September 20, 2009

  12. Why do you want to “come back” on someone with derogatory verbiage directed at what so many (still livin in the 50’s & 60’s) call The South. Is this a geographical area separate from the rest of America(ie. What New Yorkers call China Town)? Why do we still refer to places in the U.S. as States. We all BASICALLY have the same laws and taxes in place. What are you whom call someone “dividers” trying to allude to? Kinda like some type of didactic hypocriticism.

    Comment by Paul The Apostle | September 24, 2009

  13. This is such a true depiction of how Americans view other people from different parts of the world. It might seems funny or laughable but it is so true. As I was chatting with this random guy he asked where I am from since I had an accent. So I said from Africa, and he went “Ooooh you are the guys who live on top of trees with the Lions” How ignorant some of them are.

    Comment by Sarah | February 20, 2010

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