There’s a ton of reasons why people hate the United States of America — our freedoms, our democratically elected government, our foreign policies, our power. The list goes on and on.
There is however one reason I’m willing to bet you’ve never heard before. In the US, we are not free to beat up whoever we like without fear of arrest, prosecution and incarceration. That reason alone is why War Machine says he can no longer stand living in America.
I think that, eventually, I’m going to have to move out of the country because I don’t think I will be able to survive in the United States too much longer before going to jail…Because I don’t think there’s nothing wrong with beating somebody up. I think a lot of guys just need to get beat up. A lot of guys, they act like idiots when they’re out and they need to get beat up. I don’t think there’s nothing wrong with that. Unfortunately, in this country, when you beat somebody up, you get arrested, and it’s too hard for me to follow the rules, man. One day, hopefully, I can leave the country and live somewhere so I can be more free…In almost any other country you get into a fight, nothing happens. It’s not a big deal; it’s not like you are killing somebody. It shouldn’t be against the law to fight. Back in the day, in America, you could fight and nothing would happen. The cops came and break it up. There’s a lot of countries, I know for a fact, you get into a fight and nothing happens. They break it up and you go your separate way; it’s not a big deal. You know, sometimes people, they need to get beat up. That’s their fault for acting stupid. I think, definitely, they’ll be idiots in other countries, but if I beat them up, nothing happens.
You see, War Machine fancies himself a “real fighter,” not someone who fights professionally to make a living. A “real fighter” is someone who starts fighting in the first grade and continues “beating people up” throughout the rest of his life. And War Machine just can’t do that here without going to jail.
Gee, what will we ever do without him?