Are there people that think it is okay to give up on future generations in order to have a more comfortable, gratifying life? How does this compare to soldiers that have given their lives to our constitution, which is primarily dedicated to protecting life and the unalienable rights it depends on? What kind of instincts is a traitor to our species operating with, if such a concept is valid? Do those of us who are not entertaining betrayal have an option for influencing those that are betraying, if such is possible? Or, is the entire nation devoid of the instinct to survive and protect future generations with our of love for their potential happiness. Is this obsolete in modern America? If love for our children and their generations in the future is obsolete in America, what caused it? Humans used to care enough to make sacrifices to protect their children. I cannot find very many people at all that will discuss a profound strategy using the intents of the American constitution to protect vital elements, create peace, and correct serious environmental damage, or at least severely limit it in the future. Why is this? What social features cause this? What instincts do they appeal to to create this social dysfunction, if indeed we do have an instinct to survive that future generations can count on?