If America is turning into a multi-national corporation on the road for destruction, will its citizens be willing to bail it out?

America’s current state is looking a lot like that of a multi-national corporation that’s completely lost touch with its original vision and mission, and one that doesn’t appear to care particularly about the people it serves.  With a period of short-lived success and global notoriety, it racked up a mountain of debt in the process and is suffocating its competitiveness and creating a massive cash-flow crisis. With leadership gridlock America can't invest in what matters because it has to service $15,000,000,000,000 of debt.

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