"The republic is dead. Not sick, not dying, not failing, or in a gradual decline, not waiting to be resuscitated, but already stone cold dead."
Is she right?
Well, there are some indications that America as envisioned by the the Constitution and the Founding Fathers doesn't just need our help. Is not merely in trouble, or fragile, or under attack. But rather, there are indications that America is already dead. That we lost. That its over.
Is it really that bleak?
I believe that hope is vitally important. But if we don't see the situation as it really is, then we just have our heads up in the clouds and we're not standing on the ground. We have to know where we really are before we can strive to get somewhere better.
If you don't discover that your house has mold, you can't fix it and make it healthy. If your doctor doesn't tell the patient he has cancer, the patient has no chance of getting better.
Albert Einstein said "Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results." If we do the same thing over and over, and it hasn't worked, we should wake up and acknowledge it isn't working. Otherwise, we cannot fix it.
What's the Diagnosis?
America of the Founding Fathers and the Constitution is not yet dead . . . but it is mortally wounded.
Instead of separation of powers, we have a tyrannical executive branch. Instead of a free market economy, we have massive subsidies, credits, manipulation of the stock market, and other games which skew the system so that there is not a level playing field.
The leaders we have now and the way things work are wholly corrupt. The structures are rotten and moldy, and have to be ripped out and rebuilt. The pipes are clogged, and nothing will move unless they are totally cleaned out.
The drafters of the Constitution would not recognize this place, except perhaps as a repeat of tyranny under the British crown.
America is mortally wounded. I'm calling a code blue.