Thus far this is my favorite part: "Americans in general would return to a time when being a neighbor and helping one another was more important than receiving government largesse. America’s “elitists” would be marginalized or dead (Hollywood, professors, career politicians, etc.), and inner-city youth would be working on public projects for food and shelter, with misbehavior or criminal activity met with summary execution. All “guilty” findings for rape and looting would result in execution, and prisons would house only those currently serving sentences, awaiting trial, or sentenced under a new War Crimes Act. Death Row would be abolished and those that had been awaiting execution would be shot."
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My bet is that the large majority of the population doesn't have the stomache for what this article describes. Personally, I would relish it, as it would be HISTORY in the making. The dawn of a new world. The first steps of a new society, unspoiled by the current morass of immorality, greed, and den of thieves who rule us all. Difficult? Absolutely.
A payoff far greater than can be imagined? Absolutely. While it would be difficult initially, once life is re-established your standard of living would be sooo much higher, we would have less crime to worry about (the cocksuckers would know they'd get dealt with on the spot), and you would no longer have to worry about what those snakes in DC were planning next.
As I see it at least...