In America we used to stand for something; we stood for integrity and strength of character.
As our nation over regulates our entrepreneurs and businesses we hurt the productivity of our country.The same productivity which helped us stop the oil spill and save the Chilean miners .
Indeed, we no longer value strength of mind, body or character as we are de-masculating our hard chargers, and those who go beyond the norm.
This is a big mistake because often the mindless masses act like rabid dogs demanding, protesting and rioting.
Just because the Constitution says that we are all created equally under the law does not mean we are all equally endowed with the same genetics, intellect or in our athletic abilities.
If we continue to fail to recognize the importance of honoring strength in our society; our society will have none, that’s when it will begin to unravel and fall apart.
“Strength and honor requires that we honor strength in all its form.”
If we allow the greatest nation in the history of mankind; the United States of America; to reduce its capacity due to political infighting, political correctness and the gerrymandering of our regulatory bodies then we can never reach our full potential and remain at the peak of civilization.
We must remember our ancesters who came to America seeking a better life and we must dig deep and honor that tradition and press onward.
If we do not honor these successes and achievements we will find fewer individuals willing to stick their neck out, or who will have the drive to go beyond what is expected or required.
What we will find is stagnation in our future,
Which is not what the United States of America stands for.
“Neither Fear nor Weakness is an American trait.”
We cannot allow ourselves to develop a cancer, which hurts us from within.
We have come too far to allow anything to hurt this nation.
There is nothing this great nation cannot do; we have proved that over and over again.
We must remove the hate mongers from the present period and work to make this nation even better than it already is.
Nothing is more clear to me than the fact that there is nothing that cannot be done when Americans put their minds and actions together as one.
We can make America greater than our forefathers had ever envisioned.