WISCONSIN, GEORGE WASHINGTON, AND YOU
For the passed 3 1/2 years we have witnessed the deliberate dismantling of our nation. This dire situation has energized us and united us with shared love of country and with an urgency I have never seen in my lifetime.
Looking back, though united, our efforts sometimes seem to us, to have born relatively little fruit. We did manage to have a landslide Congressional midterm election. We thought that this would be a mandate to change our fortunes with the new Congress. Alas the excitement of election night was a distant memory in the hearts and minds of our newly elected representatives once January rolled around, and despite other electoral victories along the way, we still understand all too well, that all our efforts will have been in vein, if we don’t succeed in winning back the White House this coming November.
This historical aberration, of a Socialist Marxist President needs to be soundly repudiated by the voters this November, if our nation is to ever return to a semblance of normalcy.
As incredible as it may seem, this President could very well be reelected, and this has many of us feeling as though all is already lost.
Tomorrow is another big ‘battle’. It is a bellwether for our prospects this coming November. All eyes will be on Wisconsin, as the Governor faces a recall election. All the subversive elements from Chicago to Washington have invested and pledged their sacrilegious hearts and dishonor, in unseating the Wisconsin Governor ,who dared stand up to the unions and fight for the citizens who elected him.
Our side has done it’s best to save the Governor, as we understand he embodies what we have been fighting for these last several years.
It’s not time to despair. It’s exactly the opposite. Tuesday is D-day when the citizens of Wisconsin need to land on the streets and vote for victory. If we can win this battle, it will rattle the core of our political enemies, as they too, know all too well what they are about to lose.
History repeats itself. It’s never cliche as history always does repeat itself. We judge our world through the prism of our own limited lives. We believe that the challenges we face are unique. Yet the situations and the stakes have come up countless times through out history.
George Washington, without whom we would not have this blessed nation, faced adversity that we could not even fathom today. Nevertheless with only a rag tag army, virtually no money, countless defeats against the British, and the loss of numerous dispirited fighters who gave-up their will to push on, George Washington guided by divine providence, crossed the Delaware river in the middle of a freezing snowy stormy night.
“We should never despair, our Situation before has been unpromising and has changed for the better, so I trust, it will again. If new difficulties arise, we must only put forth New Exertions and proportion our Efforts to the exigency of the times.” George Washington.
My fellow patriots and citizens, as we near November, we too must find reason to renew the fires in our hearts and souls.
May tomorrow bring us a victory that can recharge our souls, to fight on with passion. The inevitable election battle we must win is this coming November.
To secure Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness, we must rise yet again and defend what our Creator has blessed us with.