To The Daily Sun,
I just wonder how many of you reading this, know and believe that there are people out there who want to kill us. They want to kill us just because we are Americans. They don't care if you are Christian or Jewish or atheist. They don't care if you are a peaceful Muslim. They just want to kill us because we are not part of their sect. And what do we do? We sit here with our internal warring factions arguing with each other about who can and cannot get married (Frankly Mr. and Mrs. Doe, it's really not going to affect you if Mr. A and Mr. B get married, get over it).
We actually argue about closing our borders (did I mention that there are people who want to kill us?) We take away from our military (they want to keep us from getting killed) and promote an entitlement society, all the while calling each other "doody heads" while we tell our children not to bully each other. I don't know about you, but I see a lot wrong with this picture.
It's time for us to move away from all of this divisiveness and find our common ground. It's time for us to unite under strong leadership rather than running after the leader who gives us the most unearned stuff. It's time to unite under leadership who knows how important it is to protect our constitutional rights. It's time to unite under strong and principled leadership, because if we don't the results could really and truly be catastrophic.
I can understand that we all have our hot-button issues, and maybe some of them are on the Democratic platform and some of them are on the Republican platform. But to select a candidate simply because of their or their party's position on one issue seems a bit extreme to me. So, because of their positions on several issues including, national defense, Second Amendment rights, border security, economy, I'm supporting the candidates who have been there.
I urge you to do the same and cast your votes for Walt Havenstein (Col. USMC, Ret.) for governor, Scott Brown (Col., USA, Ret.) for U.S. Senate and Joe Kenney (Lt. Col., USMC, Ret.) for Executive Council. I hope you will do the same and take advantage of the great opportunity we have to employ these exemplary men.
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