posted on Jun, 17 2013 @ 01:45 PM
att: Congressmen and women
Today we find ourselves at the cross roads of history once again. Set before us is a great challenge, one so notable that many have turned
away in the hopes that it should vanish. Yet here we are again not unlike the time of the great civil war, and the time of our pursuit for an
independent nation. Then, as even now, freedom is in peril from without and within.
Senators, Congressmen and women, the time has come to put the values so beloved by our forefathers where it rightfully belongs, within the
halls of justice and government. Today we are at risk of not only losing what it means to be an American and to be free in our persons and in our
possessions, but also at risk is our ability to maintain our distinct and unique culture, one that has defined us as a nation for these many years,
and one that has given us both strength and perseverance in even the darkest of times.
Wherefore, be it resolved that seeing that our nation is at risk, I ask you. I implore you, to lay political differences and petty party
doctrines aside in order to pick up the mantle of the American heritage. Let us be resolved to make and institute good and just laws for the benefit
of the people of whom you serve. Let us uphold once again the documents and institutions of our freedom that has sustained this far.
Wherefore, and to that end, I ask you to consider a strong and sustainable border. I ask for enforcement of immigration laws. I ask for a fair
and just taxation system blind to politics and the whim of an individual. I ask for a strong national defense. And I ask for the enforcement of the
fourth amendment to the Constitution that safeguards the right to be secure in our persons and our property. And furthermore, I ask for a good and
just fiscal policy that will ensure the money of this great land in which we are so blessed to live.
Senators, Congressmen and women, be Americans today. Remember the root of the tree from which you have come. Do the right things, the just
things, without favor or bribes. I know that you have it in you. Let today be that day. Let today be that day when you say deep in your heart, I am an