Monday, November 30, 2009

Monday, November 30, 2009

I hope everyone had an excellent Thanksgiving weekend, as we as a country have a lot to be thankful for. Now, we move on to the Christmas Holidays and wonder what will that bring us...

Will Congress burden us with a health care bill that prevents us from having a Happy New Year?

Does the fact that there are 500,000 Iranian Centrifuges make President Obama finally recognize that diplomacy will not work with Iran?

Will President Obama destroy the economy permanently with a climate change bill that hinders only the United States?

These are just some of the questions that will be upon us during this Christmas Season that could decimate one's spirits while celebrating the birth of Christ.

However, while the answers to these and similar Liberal views will contrast any view points espoused by Conservatives, we can not allow this to decimate our spirits.

We must be ready to move on to the future and with it comes the 2010 and 2012 elections.

We must unite and remain steadfast against Liberal views and stand up for "Real America".

That being said, the question that keeps coming back to me is, who will lead us on this venture?

Who is the Man or Woman that is ready to stand up and lead this country, not bow to foreign leaders, literally and figuratively, but is ready to accept the mantle of leading the Free World?

I can only harken back to a line of one of my favorites movies...Superman, Where are you Superman?

Who is our "Superman"

1 comment:

  1. Good post. It does my heart good to see that some people think about what is going on in Washington and are not afraid to do the "uncool" thing and question the chosen One.

    Who is Superman?

    We can look for the next Ronald Wilson Reagan to fill that role. But, to paraphrase Rick Pitino, "Ronald Reagan isn't walking through that door!".

    While we clearly need some better alternatives to take the reins here in PA and in Washington, I truly believe it is going to be most vital that the "little people" (i.e., Joe and Jane Citizen) become engaged in the issues as you have here and make their voices heard. This, my friend, is our best hope.


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