50 Days to Election: Video Countdown

Monday, September 13, 2010


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_IUw71xCcnc&

To me it is fitting that Sept 12th is 51 days to election day. On Sept 12th, 2001 Americans of all races, creeds and political affiliations rallied together to face the great evil that had attacked our nation the day before. Nine years later, yesterday, large groups of Americans rallied together again to fight for the American way of life, that time-proven system of free-market capitalism that is under attack by a power-hungry government.

Today, WE THE PEOPLE are 50 days away from making our voices heard. We were powerless to stop the $787 BILLION "stimulus" slush fund bill, powerless to prevent the government takeover of healthcare, powerless to stop President Obama from bowing down before our foreign enemies and apologizing for being America. But now is our chance to make our voices heard.

Now is the time to make sure you are properly registered to vote, make sure your absentee address is correct if necessary, and encourage your like-minded friends to do the same. The peaceful revolution can only take place if you stand up and be counted.

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