New Proof That America is Dying



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  1. Harry says:

    More bashing of The President that is all biased,emotional and factless.
    No mention of the disaster of Bush, the stupidity of the tea party,the disaster created by ” free enterprise” banking system.
    And no mention of all the progress made since 2008.
    Just keep blaming Obama foe everything and appeal to those who can not think.

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    Joe Reply:

    It was a poor article and quite biased, but …progress? Bush dealt Obama a bad hand, but Obama put all the nails in the coffin.

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    Shannon Reply:

    Please. Bush didn’t deal Obama a bad hand, he dealt him an ATROCIOUS hand! One compounded by the Republicans in Congress. You have only yourselves to blame.

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  2. HOMER says:

    Here is one more reason why this nation is dying: actually two. 1. because of the fact that in 1962-3, 70 the nation stopped prayer and Bible study and took the ten commandments off the walls and halls of schools and justice! 2. Because of Genesis 9:20-27 KJV (READ it) let me say that according to that verse what is should never be as who we have in office. This nation is way to politically correct and that’s part of the problem! “SEE” the verse and then ask yourself…should Obama be president or should holder be A.G. ? Not according to that verse!

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  3. HOMER says:

    56 Million plus ABORTIONS…the Bible (KING JAMES BIBLE) says according to Proverbs 6:16-19 that GOD “HATES” (yeah I know God is love, but He is NOT a lopsided God, He is balanced, in PERFECT LOVE and PERFECT HATE) some things and IF you read vs 17 GOD “HATES hands that shed innocent blood, that means abortionists and those that abort babies! NO debate, God said it and I believe it! GOD “HATES” you IF you abort or condone to an Abortion! PERIOD!!!

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  4. HOMER says:

    Harry said: people are bashing the Pres: I am NOT, I pray for the man to get right w/GOD yet, IF I say something against what is wrong and IF I/We stand up against tyranny and evil etc are we wrong? WE are supposed to LOVE the Good and HATE the EVIL! Amos 5:15 KJV (It even says to “Establish JUDGEMENT..) So what do people who KNOW what is wrong do? PUT up w/what is wrong and be “NICE” just to get along or STAND up to their convictions! Should we just roll over and die? Should we NOT protect ourselves and destroy the evil? SEE Luke 22:36 KJV Jesus Himself TOLD the disciples to BUY a sword, and that’s the weapon of the day! WE have every right to defend ourselves according to Jeus Christ! TO NOT do so would be against what “HE” said in the above verse! SEE the word “NICE” in an 1828 websters Dictionary, and for those of you who have not one: there are 14 definitions here and the 13th (coincidence) is “WEAK” “FOOLISH” “EFFEMINATE” and the 14th is: Trivial, and Unimportant! Now how about that? Be nice…I don’t think so!!

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  5. Michael says:

    Talk is cheap and easy.yesterday.there was another man who called himself chris mathis,are they the new waves of demented and delusional analyst ?.we do not eat emotions and cheap talks,they ‘doom analyst’ have to prove themselves to the american people.it looks they have no work at all,or they have more money than sense

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  6. Constance says:

    Harry, our president is exporting the abortion and contraceptive mentality all over the world. The ACA has really messed big time with our health insurers, our small and large businesses, those who had policies they liked, and those who were thrown off policies they didn’t like. Our president doesn’t care for the little people and has done nothing for us but increase the have and have-nots, conflicts between blacks and white, etc. He has been a divider and has absolutely no transparency. He wants to control the press, TV, the Internet, our free speech and it goes on and on. Harry, either you have been sleeping or you are a socialist/communist and are right in step with Obama.

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  7. Liz says:

    Social Security would have been fine today: Two things have destroyed it. 1.) WELFARE. this should have been a separate fund within the government if that is what they wanted to do. Better yet, the people on this benefit, should have been made to work. The Bible says ‘a man is paid for his wages’. It also says to help those in need; these are the true windows and homeless children, not able bodied people who are definitely able to work. 2.) Johnson should have never been allowed to get his hands on the Social Security Fund annuity which was set up by Roosevelt for ONLY those who have paid into the fund, not every Tom, Dick, Harry, and Joe Blow. Most of you would not know what I am about to inform you of, unless you were raised in a railroad family. When Johnson went in office in (like Obama) finigald around and found a way to get the Soc. Sec. Annuity as well as the Railroad Retirement Annuity. He CLEANED them both out. I know he put some into Welfare some int0 supposed to be roads and bridges (like Obama), but a lot probably went into his pocket or his ranch. Why I say this is because there sure were a lot of improvements made and more property purchased at that same time for the ranch. I’m not saying this as fact, just a thought to ponder.
    Social Security is NOT broke, one can be certain of that. The real fact is that the government wants to keep what is in it to swindle around to draw from like petty cash for whatever they want to use it for. For example, repair of roads and bridges–we have heard about this for the last six years, in both the campaign trails and the inaurgurals, continuing on even today. I have yet to see any bridge or major road repairs. Yes, around the big cities there is a continuance of new highways, paid for mostly by the tax payers of my state, not the federal government. I have to agree totally with HOMER’s statements contained within the BIBLE. Thank you HOMER for not being ashamed of where and for whom you stand. There are not really that many people that will do that. I question the salvation of these particular ones. If one is truly a child of GOD, he will definitely want to stand his ground and let the world know it. Who of you is ashamed to say who your eartly dad is or was? Is anyone afraid to let the world know who their dad is? Then why are they afraid to let the world know if they are truly a child of GOD. GOD bless you, Homer.

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  8. Rick Keller says:

    I think both Bushes should be buried

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  9. Marc says:

    What is dooming the U.S. is hubris

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  10. Kenny says:

    Constance, I agree with you all the way. Get the Gub-ment out of our lives and we will do just fine.

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    thunk Reply:

    Nature abhors a vacuum. Are you able to suggest an alternative to a democratically elected government?. Your choices are Fascism, Socialism, Totalianariasm, Feudalism, and Anarchy. Select a card.

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  11. cynthia curran says:

    The problem is robots and automation are taking away a lot of jobs. High immigration and high birth rates means millions will be unemployed in the future because of robots and automation, even many of the service jobs. Its usually the right wing bull that doesn’t take in consideration how robots and automation have wipe out millions of factory jobs and clerical jobs and are starting to go to service obs, maybe maids in 15 years will be replaced by machines.

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  12. Morgan says:

    I think potatoes should rule america because of the lack of pineapple souse the world wont survive. i believe we must spread outwards into the gravy universe where we can colonize the meat balls out there because of the war and violence hapening on earth and the stupid people showing how our race will kill themselves over land and power

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  13. Katrin says:

    If you want to reverse the population decline then feminism is the answer. If women felt like they could afford more kids then maybe they would have more kids. For example, I have a cousin who says she wishes to have 6 children but will probably not have them because of affordability. We need to invest resources in childcare, women’s employment and increasing women’s wages as well as achieving a work-life balance so the children can be looked after. We also must invest in affordable housing and break down gender roles so that men pull their weight in house work and childcare. Don’t bash Obama, it’s the feminism which conservatives hate so much that is going to save this country, raise the birth rate and give many other untold benefits, and not the backwards and misogynist mind frame from the 1950s that Conservatives hold to like glue.

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    thunk Reply:

    Unfortunately the phrase feminism has become a highly polarising and emotive term since it was coined in the 1960s and gained mainstream credence in the 1970s.
    As far as affordability I am in total agreement, but it has to be equable : there should be just as much financial and social support for a husband, or partner to coshare the caring of a newborn : this would serve two purposes – to allow the partner to have a fufilling engagement and allow the birth mother the ability to fufil her career goals and objectives
    There are any number of academic and journalistic articles on the myth of work life balance in 2014 so I believe it can be discounted as an obsolete and largely unattainable goal : just as much as there is a body of writing discounting the unattainability of multitasking.

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    Beetle Reply:

    Feminism and the gynocentric society are precisely why I will never have children in America. Between false accusations of rape and spousal abuse, the fact that most marriages nowadays end in divorce which can rob a man of everything he worked for, including his children, a child support system that exploits men, a workplace and job market which are increasingly anti-male, and the insane greed and entitlement mentality of American women, I have no choice but to keep my head down and my mouth shut until I can make enough money to escape to some place like the Philippines where men still have a chance at having a functional family and a wife who will treat him as well as he treats her.

    Women in the west have no respect for men, and we’ve decided to go our own way. Don’t waste your time on shaming tactics, we’ve heard them all and they don’t work anymore.

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    notofeminism Reply:

    HAHA, this was the most absurd statement I’ve read on the net today. You poor, poor misguided child. The problem IS feminism. You’ve been told a big lie. You are not a man, and you cannot do the same things men can do. Same thing other way around, men can’t do some of the things you can do. Until you ladies can figure out that first statement, the American family will continue to be demolished. So guess what comes out of a family, yes children.

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  14. Truegrit says:

    You are an idiot. “More population means more creators and producers, both of goods along established production patterns and of new knowledge and inventions.”
    1) Estabished production patterns? Everything is produced in China now. Our population matters not, other than to borrow money to buy things “Produced” in China.
    2) Have you ever talked to an immigrant from south of the border? Or a millennial? Yeah, they’re going to invent the next global economic game changer.

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  15. Dave says:

    This would only matter if:

    1. Productivity never improved.

    2. Real wages grew in proportion to the economy.

    People are working the same hours with the same pay, yet productivity is up as a result of automation and computers. Where did all this extra money then go?

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    Greg Reply:

    Well said. The true problems are vast. We are living in a society where you are penalized for living within your means. My examples include the bad credit vs. no credit debacle. You know, the one that can make no credit (i.e. never borrowed any money/needed a credit card (living within one’s means)) worse than bad credit (borrowing and defaulting, etc.).

    Our leadership seems happy leading a nation that punishes those who live responsibly within their meager means.

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  16. Thomas says:

    Living in area that has experienced a lot of population decline, my expenses are so low. I have saved up to buy a seven bedroom house for, wait for it… 50,000 dollars. In any other city this would be impossible. Population decline is great. The only people who lose in this are the investors. As for the hard working America, this is a blessing .

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    Shannon Reply:

    Agreed. They’re only whining about it because it’s their bull getting gored this time.

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  17. Tracy says:

    I could have had kids but I wouldn’t be able to afford them and my husband and I have to work. Our parents could not help us either. There is no support for working families in the U.S. None. So many people in my generation did not have any children.

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