Jwt4412 wrote:My point about history isn't about the accuracy that people were able to record their history, it is the fact that thousands of years, houndreds of years, decades would go by without anything significant changing - then America Happend AND the WORLD BENEFITTED.
Thanks for playing...
I find it interesting that people who don't think America is the bestest and the greatest country on the planer are always the ones who vote for the Democrats...
I don't vote demo i vote on issue i was just reading through the canidates this year and came across that. i guess you are a republican and probably religious, thats to bad, your really deep inside the box. people who vote on party are one of the biggest problems in our political system, that and the electoral college. educate yourself on theissues decide were you stand and find someone who meets those issues, vote for that person. who cares if there is a D or R next to their name.
maybe you issed the point about the fact most of those great inventions and such are from foriegners living here (many were refugees from war). i find it funny that you think that w/o america the world would be in choas, another country would have assumed the role.
also, why is that the republican party itself is starting to turn on Bush. you know something f-ed up when your own party begins turning their back on you. think about this there is a really good chance bush will be impeached this upcoming year.
and another thing religion should not be brought into politics. our forefathers tried to make the point that there needs to exsit a seperation of church and state.