Is a nation divided (Republicans Vs. Democrats) doomed to failure?
It has been Republicans vs. Democrats for generations and things, while a bit rocky at times, have always worked out. So no, we aren't doomed to failure, but we are doomed to having things take FOREVER to change due to the arguing and disagreements between the parties.
Lincoln said it...a house divided cannot stand. We have always had differing opinions in America but that was long before the socialist movement took over the Democratic Party. Now the lifelong democrats have no real party but are left with defending the party life of socialism. That is the big difference today. A given majority of people in this country do not want to see our government moved into a socialistic state which is exactly the path we are on at the present. If saner minds do not prevail soon, America will indeed fall to socialism as simply the result of financial ruin brought on by insane spending habits. WB
by Mike Russo 6 years ago
I am seriously concerned about the political stalemate in this country. I would like to know from Conservatives, Liberals and Libertarians what is causing this deep divide? This Forum is for Liberal posts only. There is also one for conservatives and I will do one for...
by SheriSapp 3 years ago
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by Grace Marguerite Williams 3 years ago
Has the United States become better or worse since President Obama and why?
by Alexander A. Villarasa 5 years ago
The close to $450 million website, and the chaotic rollout of ObamaCare only re-enforces the now common perception that the president's major domestic governmental intervention is a massive failure. And that's just the tip of the iceberg.And like the iceberg that sank the Titanic, ...
by Charles James 6 years ago
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by Simon Cook 9 years ago
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