Don’t Be Scared — Vote!

It is quite natural to believe Armageddon is coming as opposed to something good is gonna turn out. Fear is a very, very powerful thing. I’m gonna quote to you from Ronaldus Magnus back in 1976. He said, “I’m convinced that today the majority of Americans want what those first Americans wanted: A better life for themselves and their children, a minimum of government authority. Very simply, they want to be left alone in peace and safety to take care of the family by earning an honest dollar and putting away some savings. This may not sound too exciting, but there’s something magnificent about it.”

That was Reagan 1976.

A lot of us fear we’ve lost that. A lot of us fear that that’s not what people want anymore, that a majority don’t want to work, that they’d rather be taken care of, that they’ll give up a little freedom and liberty for what they think is security. And we’ve got an entire political party that’s oriented around that premise. The Democrat Party is oriented around the notion that people are incompetent, incapable, don’t want to work, and will gladly turn their lives over to government.

And that’s who Barack Obama’s trying to win the election with. Your fears are justified. You see these people up close and personal. You don’t understand them. You’re a thinking person; you don’t understand how in the world they can believe such ridiculous things that the comedian or whoever is telling them. But they do, is the bottom line. For now, they do. And yours is not to reason with them. Yours is not to change their minds now. You can’t.

Yours is to outnumber them tomorrow.

That’s our objective: We just have to outnumber ’em. You’re part of that.

Just make sure you vote.

Take as many people with you as you can find.



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