Sunday, March 28, 2010

Is American greatness over?

When the American populace no longer believes in American greatness, our Nation will fall and fail, and all that we have achieved and accomplished over the past 200 years will turn to dust and ash. According to Rasmussen Reports, Americans are doubting our future more than ever, something I never thought could happen to our Nation.

Just 27% of U.S. voters now think the United States will still be the most powerful nation in the world at the end of the 21st century, according to a new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey. That's down eight points from the previous survey in February just after a highly-publicized U.S. military surge in Afghanistan.

39% of Americans believe our Nation will not be the World's strongest Nation come nine decades from now, and 35% of Americans are unsure what to believe. On a scale of American opinion I'm fearful for the future of our Nation, because we are Americans, we never doubt ourselves, until now.

I swear that President Obama was the worst thing that could ever happen to our Nation, we're now a Nation of doubters, how can we move forward into a prosperous atmosphere if our fellow Americans doubt their own Nation! We're not strong. We're not united. We're not succeeding. If things don't start to change, come nine decades from now, we'll be under Chinese rule.

Our people control our future. Right now, our people doubt our future. What does that mean for our future?

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Harrison said...

WWII put America on top due to Europe's wrecked industrial base. Every country has its time in the sun. China, with over 1.5 billion people has some advantages however their natural resources are not what they need (water, oil, coal) so I do not think they will develop into a 1st world power. Africa isn't going to do anything and the Middle East has only oil... they can act as a spoiler by nuking somebody however except sneaking one into the US I don't expect that to harm us.

People are always down on the future because it's uncertain but they also worry more about things that will never happen to them versus things that will happen to them like killing themselves by talking on a cell phone in the car.

I put very little stock in these types of polls.

Editor said...

It's not whether or not I believe in the polling, but whether or not Americans believe in their future. We're going through a time time, and I feel that most Americans are losing faith, which is a horrific sign for our Nation.