Usually the majority sets the direction of any group. We have all been there.
"Raise your had if you want A. Raise your hand if you want B? The majority carries the vote"
This scenario has played out from youth to adulthood. Over the last several years the minority has carried the vote by using distorted language or sympathy ploys. That's right. They are a minority. Power comes by pitting the majority against itself with petty issues. You attempt to break it up into smaller and smaller groups until you are the majority.
Once again liberals abuse language to change it and pervert it. They whittle down our culture with language. They work to destroy all areas of unity so that their minority can be greater in all areas of control.
If we are going to act as the majority and defeat the minority that is tearing apart are nation, then we need to start recognizing and working with areas of agreement. Let's remove the political markers and look at issues only.
Thousands of Americans were asked and answered questions in multiple surveys. The information was tallied and the shape of the majority has been determined. Let us embrace these points and unite to save America.
(The point will be followed by a percentage of those for and against.)
There are values which unite a large majority of Americans. (86 to 10)
We want to strengthen and revitalize America’s core values. (80 to 9)
Government clearly has to change the way it operates and bring in ideas and systems currently employed in the private sector to increase productivity and effectiveness. (74 to 16)
The changes we need in government have to occur in all 513,000 elected offices throughout the country and cannot be achieved by focusing only on Washington. (84 to 12)
English should be the official language of government. (87 to 11)
All election ballots and other government documents should be printed in English.
(74 to 23)
New immigrants should be required to learn English. (83 to 17)
Businesses should be able to require employees to speak the English language while on the job. (80 to 17)
Every worker should continue to have the right to a federally supervised secret ballot election when deciding whether to organize a union. (79 to 12)
It is important to have references to God in the Pledge of Allegiance and the Declaration of Independence — that we are endowed by our Creator with the rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness — because they make clear that certain rights can’t be taken away by government. (84 to 13)
Statements regarding religion and morality made by the Founding Fathers are just as important today as they were 200 years ago. (86 to 12)
We reject the idea that the times change and the language in the Pledge of Allegiance and the Declaration of Independence must change with the times. The language in the Pledge and the Declaration are very important and must be protected. (86 to 12)
The American people believe border control is a security issue. Terrorists are trying to enter the United States illegally. (86 to 12)
Illegal immigrants who commit felonies should be deported. (88 to 10)
When applying for a temporary worker visa each worker should take an oath to obey American law and be deported if they commit a crime while in the United States. (93 to 8)
In a worker visa program each worker will receive a tamper-proof identification card that will allow the government to track him or her. (89 to 11)
No company should market services such as credit cards or bank accounts specifically to people who are in the United States illegally. (78 to 18)
There should be heavy monetary fines against employers and businesses who knowingly hire illegal immigrants. (78 to 20)
We have an obligation to be good stewards of God’s creation for future generations. (95 to 3)
We can solve our environmental problems faster and cheaper with innovation and new technology than with more litigation and more government regulation. (79 to 15)
Climate change and global warming are probably happening. (82 to 13)
We should hold city governments to the same standards for cleaning waste water as are applied to private industry. (91 to 5)
The option of a single rate system should give taxpayers the convenience of filing their taxes with just a single sheet of paper. (82 to 15)
The current Social Security systems is broken and, if it isn’t reformed, future generations will no longer have it as a safety net for retirement. (80 to 19)
Separation between Church and State does not mean there can be no references to God in government sanctioned activities or public buildings. (81 to 16)
We reject banning all prayer in public schools. (82 to 16)
The Founding Fathers understood that religion and morality were important to creating and building this country and talked about it regularly. This was understood throughout American history and is central to America’s success today. We reject those who say that just because America has a 200 year history of religion in government doesn’t make it right. We reject that this violates the U.S. Constitution and discriminates against those who are of other faiths or are not religious. (79 to 17)
America should take the threat of terror by fanatical religious groups more seriously. (83 to 13)
Iran poses a serious threat to the United States. (85 to 14)
There are so many more areas where we have a majority, but let us start by rallying around these. Let us not be separated anymore. Stand tall knowing that there are more who stand with you then against you. Join Tea Party groups and take personal interest in local actions. The smallest changes can add up to a complete change.
Carefully, with great calculation, the Communists gauge their aggression -- slicing each new gain just thin enough so that we'll say, "That isn't worth fighting for." They predict that when we reach the final slice our surrender will be voluntary because we will have been weakened from within -- Morally, Spiritually, and Economically. -- Ronald Reagen
It must stop now. We can't afford another slice. We can't wait any longer. I write my representatives weekly. I comment on their forums. I work to change the perspective of those I come into contact with each day. I often point to what we have in common to build on returning our nation to prominence. Don't allow subtle changes in language to pervert or convert what our nation is supposed to be.
What will you do to strengthen our nation and take it back from the minority who seeks our destruction?
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