There are many problems in the United States. There have always been problems. People have disagreed as to what the problems are and of course how to solve them. What do you believe our biggest problems are?
Inflation, crime, illegal immigration, taxes being too high or too low, government spending being too high or too low, power of all sorts being centralized or not centralized enough, federal government overreach or not enough government programs are problems.
Schools not educating, or is it schools not indoctrinating enough, is it local and county governments demanding too much conformity or not enough conformity, is it people expected to be involved, informed, and interested, or should people only be expected to vote with information gathered just a day before elections, is it a government being dominated and controlled by unelected bureaucrats, or is it citizens rejecting the rules and regulations of these unelected bureaucrats.
Ballots mailed to everybody, perhaps we should mail ballots and also place ballots in public places for anybody and everybody, or is it restricting voting to citizens who can prove who they are, is it having a voting season or should voting be restricted to one day and on paper ballots only, similar to what most free nations do today.
We are a nation with huge problems. We as a nation must decide who and what we will be. These problems are not unique to the United States. Societies throughout history have had to solve these same basic problems. Before they could solve them, these people had to decide if they wanted to be a people free from government slavery, or if they wanted to be slaves to the state, reliant on the state for everything, desiring for the state to tell them how they must live their lives, choices they could make, and how they must think.
A group of people known as American colonists faced these same problems in the 18th century. They determined they did not want to be slaves to the state. They formed a republic and rejected democracy. If they had done the opposite, they would have chosen democracy which would have meant slavery to an all-powerful majority. Now their posterity is facing the same situation. You are a part of the posterity. What will you choose?
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