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Optimism: 50 Percent of Americans Say Best Years Are Behind Us

Jim Oakland Wrote: Jan 04, 2013 12:46 AM
To future civilizations that are trying to build a nation like the early USA, here is what we did wrong: We did not have a balanced budget amendment before our first election. When the people learned they can vote themselves money by electing a representative that will give it to them for their vote, too many voted for the person promising the most handouts. America is no more.
LoneGunman2 Wrote: Jan 04, 2013 4:48 AM
Actually, in the beginning only PROPERTY OWNERS were allowed to vote!! THAT was the one law that should NEVER have changed!

Now you have the "Moocher Class" numbers approaching 50% being fueled by the Democraps buying votes so that they can completely destroy this Republic.

Their end game is anarchy and the destruction of the Constitution so that they can declare Martial Law then remake America under a constitution friendly to their needs and into The Socialist States of Amerika that will RULED by the Political Elitists.

Under their plan you will have poverty everywhere except for those "Elitists" that "RULE" over us!

Once again, Gallup has asked voters perhaps every pollster’s favorite question: Do you think America’s best years are behind us, or yet to come? As it happens, the results are rather predictable:


If anything, Gallup’s findings underscore one self-evident truth -- that is, the American public is deeply divided on this question along partisan and ideological lines. And it’s no mystery why. For their part, conservatives are still grappling with the fact that President Obama won re-election, Obamacare will soon be the law of the land, and the latest so-called “fiscal cliff” compromise...