Dear Patriotic U.S. Citizens:
Never forget 911 – Radical Islam’s war against America is ongoing and we must remain educated and vigilant. To honor those who died, we can commit to take actions as citizens to strengthen our country.
Rethink your Role as an American Citizen. We all benefit from and appreciate the unalienable rights listed in the Declaration of Independence – life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. These rights have been preserved for us by the sacrifices of those great Americans who have come before. However, the general population has not remained educated about our history and politics to the point where we have become so ignorant as a nation that we elected leaders who are actively working to destroy the very American exceptionalism that we so cherish.
What we have not heard is that there are also unalienable duties, amongst them is the duty to perform civic responsibilities such as voting, staying informed on public issues, and engaging in the political process. The time to think about what you can do for your country is right now!
As General MacArthur put it in his 1962 farewell speech at West Point: “DUTY, HONOR, COUNTRY: Those three hallowed words reverently dictate what you ought to be, what you can be, what you will be.” He later stated, “Your guidepost stands out like a tenfold beacon in the night DUTY, HONOR, COUNTRY.”
As citizens of this great country, we are all responsible for passing it on in a way that provides the same or better opportunities for our children – it is our DUTY to do so and we should stake our honor on this commitment. Some very specific actions that you can take to help revive the original vision of our country in this November’s election are below.
September 17 is Constitution Day, which commemorates the formation and signing of the U.S. Constitution by thirty-nine brave men on September 17, 1787, recognizing all who, are born in the U.S. or by naturalization, have become citizens. Bring the Constitution back into our lives – link in to a live webcast by Hillsdale College. http://www.constitutionday.com/index.html