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Tuesday, September 28, 2010


There is a quaint little fact that Washington would like you to forget this coming November. America is not in Washington DC. It is not the White House, Capitol or Supreme Court Building. It is not even the state governments. The constitution did not begin "We the Leaders..." No, it says "WE THE PEOPLE..."

Utterly unique to any nation past or present, America consists of, and it completely controlled by its citizens. Well, at least that's the way it was set up. WE THE PEOPLE of the United States were given full power to choose our government: to reelect our leaders, if we so wish, or to change them if we find them unsatisfactory.

Our wise founding fathers gave us a gift that no other people possessed at that time: the gift of self-government which is the keys to freedom. The lowliest citizen in America, whoever they are, has the power to change the very destiny of America. Remember the famous quote:

I am only one, but I am one.
I cannot do everything, but I can do something;
and what I should do and can do, by the grace of God, I will do.

Get out there and make a difference this November 2nd. Vote for a better future in America.


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