Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Billo_Really, Sep 10, 2012.
What is the greatest crisis the United States has ever had to endure?
The Vietnam War, it exposed America to the world.
Has to be the Civil War. The only time political disagreement led to full armies fighting each other on american soil.
The Great Depression, then electing a president in 2008 who wishes to have an Empirical presidency, then control, rather than create, jobs, in America.
The Revolutionary War would have to be #1 with the War of Northern Aggression a distant 2nd.
None of the other events or wars that you have list threatened the sovereignty or future existence of America.
We're going through it right now.
We will either elect a real American with real answers to our current problems or we will split apart as a country.
We have the ogling Athena's icon crisis too
No brainer...The Civil War
I voted for that, too.
I think it was that loss of hope and innocence...and also a time when the US seemed like two nations - for the war and against the war.
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