What Are Your Predictions For The Future Of The USA?

As the flood of i****************s rises in the USA, the government seems to turn a deaf ear towards the worries of American citizens about the effects on employment, environment, and other resources. Do you think that citizens will become so fed up that they will take matters into their own hands in numbers larger than the minuteman groups? Do you predict another "civil war" between citizens and illegals? I would like to know what your predictions are for this country if things keep going the way they are. Please try not to make this a racial thing this is about American citizens and i****************s regardless of what race they all are. Thank You!

Asked By: Jenn - 9/28/2007
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There will never be a civil war between civilians and illegals. The government would never allow citizens to be harassed in that way and would send troops to kill the illegals. This is the US and we don't take that crap... More
Answered By: Sherilynne B - 9/28/2007
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unless we the people elect someone will some brass balls we will be in deep shit so far non will get my vote
Answered By: helo pilot 100d - 9/28/2007
I am surprised that there hasn't been any serious violence yet.
Answered By: Astucias - 9/28/2007
It doesn't really matter if they are legal or illegal , you are all immigrants except for the native americans. They are the only ones allowed to complain.
Answered By: brainstorm - 9/28/2007
Unfortunately, nothing very good, judging from much of what I see around me. I hope I'm wrong.
Answered By: cvq3842 - 9/28/2007
The Canadian dollar is now worth more than the American dollar. When China and the middle eastern countries decide they want to be paid back all the money this country has borrowed from them it will be a quick downhill slide for our way of life and living conditions. Many illegals will leave the country like rats... More
Answered By: thor - 9/28/2007
The future? I see things coming to a head. We could very well be headed toward a hard recession. When unemployment is 10% and Americans are really hurting you'll see massive round-ups and deportations.
Answered By: Yak Rider - 9/28/2007
People already have. Have you seen the various city councils enacting rental laws that state you can't rent to somebody without proof of citizenship or residency... More
Answered By: JohnJohn - 9/28/2007
Between the years 1946 and 1965 an unprecedented number of Americans were born. This 'baby boom' 30 million of them generation - 30 million of them - dominated American political and economic life for the last 40 years or so, and is still a dominant force in American politics... More
Answered By: B.Kevorkian - 9/28/2007
I see it turning into another Mexico.
Answered By: ▪ώhiteĝırl▪ - 9/28/2007
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