We have seen the future, and it sucks.

Notes on the Decline of a Great Nation

7th November 2012

Read it.

After a brilliant century and a terrible decade, the United States, in this important election year, has reached a point in its history when the obvious can no longer be denied: The reality of life in America so greatly contradicts the claim — albeit one that has always been exaggerated — to be the “greatest nation on earth,” that even the most ardent patriots must be overcome with doubt.

Even the Germans are noticing.

One Response to “Notes on the Decline of a Great Nation”

  1. ErisGuy Says:

    One has to wonder if Der Spiegel believes the junk they wrote. I hope the German’s don’t.

    For example: ” Instead, the more Obama sought to accommodate the Republicans, the more extreme their positions and the more hysterical their criticism became,”

    Here was the extent of Obama’s accomodation: “I won.” Then he appointed Czars.

    For extreme read “pro-liberty” and for “hysterical” read “practical.”

    If this is what Germans really think, then they deserve all the evils that befall them. Never again should America war in Europe to save Europeans.