Monday, March 22, 2010

It's "Go Time" for Health Care--Let's Go!

American history is filled with near misses, twists of fate, daring feats of courage and victory in the face of insurmountable odds. Our Founders stared tyranny in the face and said "no thank you" then launched a bold Revolution and one of the greatest experiments in government the world has seen: The United States Constitution. America has been a force for good through two World Wars and countless natural disasters and man-made crises.

We come through. We do the right thing. We right the port other words, we can be counted on in the end.

Our liberty is under attack again. I suppose we were naive to think the covetous Marxists would remain at bay for long. They can't help themselves. They want what we have and they are the kind of people who will do whatever it takes to get it. Everything except work hard, create value and boatloads of money.

So despite our good nature, our tolerance and "live and let live" approach to life we will have to draw some boundary lines, dig some trenches and go to war with the left. The people who want to take our liberty. Like the Marxists and Nazis who precede them in history they have not hesitated to use propaganda and lies and trickery to impose their agenda. They have already shown a willingness to do whatever it takes and call it something else.

And so we must win in the arena of ideas as we have these past months. We must win at the ballot box in the fall and produce appealing candidates that espouse conservative values and we must be willing to get down in the muck and mire and match them blow for blow or trade the best country in the world for a failed European Socialist experiment in the name of political correctness.

So friends this is not a time for faintness of heart. This is a time for bold action. For conviction. And for endurance.

It's a point of pride. I can't let people like Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid, not to mention the Boy Wonder, get the best of me. Nor the American people.

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