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I just think at base every major problem the USA faces today is due to too many people.

- insane real estate prices? Too many people and not enough real estate.
- no jobs? Too many people and not enough jobs.
- poor roads? Too many people traveling on roads that were not made to handle it.
- public transportation fails? Too many people using it.
- shootings, I believe the culture of disposable people.
- can't get in to college? Because there are too many great candidates.

I believe that poor behavior is commonplace now because at heart.. people want to repulse others. If you look at say 1800 literature the greatest thing in the world was to meet a person. And manners were so important because if you met someone you didn't want to offend them.

But today, secretly everyone wants everyone else to go away. Perhaps they are not even sure of why they act the way they do...

Unless we get serious about throwing people out of this country and stopping immigration things are going to get so much worse.
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