40 Days to Election: Video Countdown

Thursday, September 23, 2010


8.28 has come and gone, but the message is more important than ever. America gets the government she deserves and, like it or not, we voted in the Obama-Pelosi-Reid crowd. How could we get anything different when we have forgotten the morals and values that our founding fathers embodied and sold our freedom for comfort and convenience. History taught Franklin, Madison and Jefferson how to make the freest, wealthiest and most charitable nation in the history of mankind. Somewhere along the line since then, we second-guessed them and thought that Europe, China or Russia might give us a suggestion or two to improve the system. But you cannot legislate away the requirement of hard work before success. You cannot escape the need for religion to have morality. You cannot change the fact that when people see a chance to better their lives, they will work harder and society as a whole will benefit.

Do your part to bring honor back to the United States. Make a difference in your family, circle of friends, place of work. And most importantly, do your duty to vote out the morally bankrupt politicians and elect honorable statesmen to lead our nation how it was intended: with the moral hand of wisdom and restraint.


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