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What Happened to Our Country?

John147 Wrote: Jan 21, 2013 4:59 PM
How about father's quit abandoning their children and raise them and set good examples for them? How about we institute a mandatory draft for all men(women optional)? How about we pass a national voterid law and quit letting the democrats place millions of illegal votes? How about we stop with the entitelments if a person is healthy and has nothing wrong with them? How about we keep crazy people locked up instead of allowing them to be free among the public? How about we quit having gun free zones where people are sitting ducks? How about we expect a home loan borrower to have %20 down before they can apply for a loan and no bailout? Maybe then they'll only buy what they can afford. How about we bring back the glass steagel act?
John147 Wrote: Jan 21, 2013 5:04 PM
How about we stop apologizing to our enemies and start kicking the shiaiit out of them w/o mercy? How about we stop equating homosexuals marriage to heterosexual marriage? How about we break up the unions and quit protecting them? How about we stop making exceptions for muslims and start recognizing that we are a nation of christian values that tolerates other religions? How about we stop rewarding liars, cheats, deviants and instead we should celebrate those who have actually accomplished something good for society?
John147 Wrote: Jan 21, 2013 5:07 PM
How about we make america an english only nation? How about we make our children recite the pledge of allegiance not matter what their belief! How about we stop watching all these dumb as dirt reality shows and get out and accomplish something with our lives!
Bill110 Wrote: Jan 21, 2013 5:13 PM
Great comments! How do we get back on track with cowardly Christians who compromise before the fight.

When people reminisce about what America used to be like, some act scornfully toward us. They say living in a Donna Reed world was great for a few, but that there were many suffering souls. The way our country is today makes some of us long for those days which seemed so innocent compared to the harsh, cruel, coarse, and sometimes murderous days we exist in today.

Yet most would argue that there were still injustices when we were growing up fifty years ago. Black people who had been freed a century before were still not treated equally in most parts...