The crisis before the United States is dangerous.
There is a long list of problems; we know them all too well.
The gun control issue, the economic collapse, the 23, 000, 000 jobless citizens, the $16, 500, 000, 000, 000 national debt—the list goes on and on.
The questions and the answers are important.
Only one answer will bring salvation to our divided nation.
This answer will make all of the questions before us easier to answer.
Who are we?
When we answer this question, we identify our culture, we understand our needs and wants, and we become a nation united.
Until we answer this question, we will be a nation—a culture—that has lost its way.
Are we a socialistic nation? Are we a nation who still believes in its people? Do we believe in ourselves? Do we still believe as our founders did—that We the People is greater than the government?
Are we still the United States of America of 1776? Or have we morphed into a culture that no longer believes in Liberty—no longer believes that its citizens are its greatest treasure?
Do we still believe in the American Dream?
The more that we move away from the private sector and more to the public sector, the more we become a country that is run by government and less driven by the American people. When we do this, we identify our culture as more bureaucratic and autocratic and less a free society bound to the concept of liberty.
I know who I am.
Who are we?