Could the United States become a third world country?

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*~melody~*
Asked at 2012-09-11 06:47:10
I saw a report on CNN Lou Dobbs last night : MedlinePlus MedlinePlus . " The fastest growing exports from the United States are not like these communications equipment and cables, computer parts, semiconductor manufacturing equipment according to the U.S. Business and Industry Trade Council, these sectors are between artists worst U.S. export last year 's best artists from the United States - . fertilizers , coal , crude oil , natural gas , soybeans , corn , wheat , a top 10 dominated by raw materials or products basic . Normally countries that produce and export products are generally poor , third world countries with low standard of living "
http://transcripts.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/0
Answer1HildaAnswered at 2012-09-12 16:31:02
We the people must be involved , notify your senators and representatives (local and Washington ) have their voice heard. It will take a lot to accomplish much , but do not sit on the edge of the road .
Answer2Joseph SampleAnswered at 2012-09-16 16:11:03
It could if we become a nation that depends on our own resourses ... DRILLING FOR OIL as OUR OWN !
Answer3ChuckAnswered at 2012-09-22 01:44:02
this world full of dynamism . well , anything can happen . although U.S. is a superpower , but still can be reduced elephant in a tiny ant . :)
Answer4YassahAnswered at 2012-10-20 04:56:51
Coming soon to a state near you . Yes that could happen. Our government seems more concerned about other countries than their own .
Answer5RhiannonAnswered at 2012-10-20 23:17:48
like the Great Depression , shiet will rise when the time is rite ... their concerns are wrong ... America will not turn it's back to the people ... think unemployment benefits , for example ... prefer to go bankrupt this country then fock up ...
Answer6raquelAnswered at 2012-10-26 23:04:10
You can not blame one person? Where have you been the last eight years ? ?
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