posted on Apr, 13 2013 @ 09:54 AM
Many points posted to consider.
A few deserve debunking, at least from my viewpoint.
First this persistent "genocide" point...pure hogwash. If the U.S. is doomed for overwhelming the locals, then so is Canada. Mexico, every central
and south American nation, New Zealand and Australia.
Looking further back, all of europe, frankly every nation out there apparently has a "food chain" with someone on the top and an "oppressed
minority" on the bottem.
This is also, apparently always changing. Europe is currently under an immigration invasion that has changed drastically their culture and mores.
Canada and the U.S., to a lesser degree are also under early shifts in the food chain via immigrantion.legal and otherwise....so is Australia.
My rebut is stop pointing out the U.S.'s "sins" when your own nation has em as well, no matter what nation it is.
Trickle-down... a nicely coined political jingoism describing capitalism. wasn't any different before Reagan and certainly isn't any different now.
Without capitalism, there is no wealth for the socialist to re-distribute. Socialism couldn't exist other than a barter system in a commune without
Slavery, again not a U.S. invention and still practised to this day. Most have gotten rid of the practice as has the U.S....LET IT GO.
I refuse to feel "guilt" for a sin committed long before I was around. I have enough of my own to feel guilty about.
In all probablity, the constitution was under attack the day after it was signed. Some good stuff, such as ending slavery, much bad as the posts point
Even those who are inclined to defend the original constitution must admit that the defense is/was too little/ too late.
I assume everyone thought someone else was doing the job. Not the case.
Can the U.S. be saved other than dissolution of the Union? I don't see anything short of a major war or natural disaster enough to break the
Am I wrong on this?