We are America

We the people, regardless of race, religion or ethnicity are the fabric that spands across this great land, from the cotton fields, to the coal mines, to the snow capped mountains.  Hand in hand we have shown our resillence to World Wars, The Great Depression and the most horrifying act known to our country, The 9/11 attack.  Granted, our fabric has been ripped and torn, but we the people, working together, to mend the rips and tears.  We preserver, because we are, each of us, the fabric that made America.  Our country was founded under God with fortitude and attitude.  We refuse to give up our values.  From seaways to byways, we welcome with open arms, those who come to our country searching for a more productive life.  We assist in fulfilling their dreams of hope and success.  However, we the people believe that we have been lenient enough to those who cross our boundry lines, with the intent of living on the success of others.  We are not giving up that which we have struggled to keep.  Those who embark upon our country for a hand-out, who illegally pass beyond those borders and expect us to welcome them, are mislead by their own selfish desires.  Illegal entry should be treated as criminal activity, instead as a welcome sign.  The American people are tired of supporting the causes of those who are here, uninvited and illegal.  Amnesty is not a choice.

We are a strong, intelligent people who does not relish the idea of our government taking over our essential lives.  “Knowledge is in every country the surest basis of public happiness.  In one in which the measures of government receive their impression so immediately from the sense of the people as in ours, it is essential.”  George Washington, 1790

I, as one small part of this great country, holds an un-wavering belief that we as a county must return to the mindset of our Founders, remembering our country was founded under our Creator; God.  Removing the Supreme Being from our children’s class rooms, and initially from our lives has proven to create a mass of travesty.  Rather than a government making the decision to overturn our religious beliefs, allowing us zero tolerance for the very mention of God’s name, we the people in reverence to the Constitution of the United States must reclaim that which we have lost.  Neither do we need the likes of the ACLU sending out their “watchdogs” to observe and harrass those who pray in public places.  It’s time!  If ever there has been a time in America to stand up for our rights, it is now.  We have to stand firm before our elected and remind them that the voice of the people is who put them into the government office.

“I regard it, the Constitution, as the work of the purest patriots and wisest statesmen that ever existed, aided by the smiles of a benign Providence, it almost appears a “Divine interposition in our behalf…the hand that destroys our Constitution rends our Union asunder forever.”  Daniel Webster.

Standing together, hand in hand, reaching out around this great Nation, person to person, we are more than conquerors.  We are the…AMERICAN FABRIC!

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