One is that State-protected coporations and government in America have led this country to the brink of financial disaster. Bernanke himself says our current direction is unsustainable, but Bernanke and the Fed are a large part of the problem. Even Obama has said it's unsustainable -- he's definitely a part of the problem.
The second issue is that more government intevention, spending and regulation are not the answers. You wouldn't ask Madoff to design a plan to prevent embezzlement. Our solution is to clean house in Washington DC, disempower the State and create a limited government and free market.
These two issues touch on every other issue we face -- welfare, war, unemployment, poor education, poverty, social clashes, environment concerns, energy needs, housing, debt, foreign relations, everything.
The American State, media, government, unions, universities, rent-seeking corporations, special interest groups of all kinds, has brought our country to a Come-to-Jesus moment -- we have to decide.
Do we go forward in statist self-destruction, or do we face the painful turn-around and reformation of the private sector and a free market? The pain that will be suffered by establishing a limited government and free market will be temporary, followed by long term growth and prosperity in a sane economy -- the destruction of statism will be fatal. The statist experiment is over -- it failed miserably -- it's time to change.