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America was meant to be free. In the future, that may or may not involve a nation-state. Preservation of that is secondary. That "indivisible" bit is a nationalist addition written by a socialist in 1892 and not adopted by congress until 1942.
Something tells me we can't blame all of that upon the president, or any one leader. The people and citizens play a role in the community. If unity was possible, perhaps it would begin from the bottom up.
I think this is a brilliant answer, you're dead right that rights are inherent in the people and not gifts that the state can only give by confiscating one citizens goods to give to another citizen.
Here, Here!!! Perfectly answered.
Anyone running who fits the bill?
No. I'm trying to get up a write-in campaign for Daffy Duck. Would you like to join?
World peace would be good, but the kind of peace the Rockefellers and their ilk want is the dismantling of America, the establishment of a one-world government and to have them rule and everyone else bow down as slaves
Pass the World "peas" please. Would everything else fall into place if this was the order of the day?
Bravo! With the environment as a central issue, technology, economic sustainability, use of resources, people power and intellectual property may turn the ship around. Caring for the earth involves taking responsibility for each and every person.