Quoting Can.:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Man. Bear. Pig.:</b>" I do agree with this. You dont go to ... [snip!] ... and want to change something there country does all because we don't agree with it they wouldn't change it to make us happy."
I'm not being a bitch with this, I swear, but you're not able to spell properly yourself. You used there instead of their and spelled countries as "countrys." You, as someone I'd assume has been speaking and writing English for your entire life, make mistakes. English is a difficult and complex language to learn - the only language I'd consider more difficult is Arabic - and it takes time to learn, especially for older people who aren't able to learn languages as easily as children.
Most people who come here likely to know the basics. When you're in a specialty store, asking for directions, or calling a company/office for important information, it's a bit different and there's no need to risk miscommunication (especially if you're, say, calling your doctor or bank).
I think a lot of Americans would do well to visit other countries, honestly. Most of them WILL go out of their way to help you and many of them also speak English. I've had an easier time getting around Bahrain and Italy than most foreigners do in this country.