It’s important that we all send out Christmas greetings to all the patriots who fight to return our country to its Constitutional roots – a restoration that will bring us back to what our Founders had envisioned for the future of our country and the role of government. We are a strong group of people. We have taken time from our lives to write, volunteer and support strong commonsense conservatives in their quests for public office knowing that they are running not to obtain seats of power from which to personally benefit, but to obtain seats of power from which they could serve us, the people who make this great nation shine.
The idea that people would want to go to Washington with a “servants heart” is foreign to arrogant liberals, intellectuals and establishment types who see their leadership positions as perches from which they can look down on the little people and dictate to us what they think is in our best interest. In November, we began to turn that tide when we voted to return the House of Representatives to the Republicans and closed the gap in the Senate. This is merely a first step.
As we set our eyes on 2012, we will again be assessing the performances of our Congressional representatives. In other words, we’re making a list and checking it twice. We’re going to find out who’s naughty or nice so that in 2012, when Sarah Palin comes to town, those who sweep in on her coattails can plug some of the holes that are still there following the 2010 midterms.
We see you when you’re voting for DADT, START and the Food Safety Bill. We know when you’re awake (when you stand firm on de-funding Obamacare and writing a budget that is fiscally sound). Earmarks will only lead to coal in 2012’s political stocking. So you better be good for goodness sake. I’m talking Jim Demint and Michele Bachmann good.
And of course, we wish Sarah Palin and her family a merry Christmas. We know they will be looking at the biggest decision their family has ever had to make going into the new year. We pray that their prayers are answered and that they are given the Divine inspiration that they will need in order to make a decision that will best serve our country. And should Sarah decide to run, we need to not only pledge ourselves to the cause, we must also convince others that if we all stand together, united, that we can break the deadly grip that liberalism and progressivism has on our country.
I’m just beginning to make a Christmas list which won’t be turned in until next year. It’s a tall order, but one that miracles on 34th Street are made of. Someday we will prove that what we are saying is right.
There was a time when the tax system and monetary policy of our country allowed for wealth to flow as production was incentivized and incomes rose in proportion to one’s contribution to the economic engine’s growth. It was a long time ago when Ronald Reagan stood beneath a refurbished Statue of Liberty to celebrate our nation’s independence during a time of great abundance.
It’s time to refurbish again so that Sarah Palin can stand in the restored honor of a great nation and celebrate a phoenix’s rise from the ashes.
Merry Christmas and God bless you all.