Restore the Presidency

“I don’t believe in a fate that will fall on us no matter what we do. I do believe in a fate that will fall on us if we do nothing.”

— Ronald Reagan, 40th U.S. president

This week we remember two great American Presidents for different reasons. The greatest two minute speech in recorded history and the tragic assassination of the other.

We can’t help reminiscing at this time what it was like to have great American patriots for leaders because the contrast with today’s presidency is stunning, regretful and pathetic. The comparison is all the more relevant when we note that Lincoln was a Republican and Kennedy a Democrat but their love and service to this country was paramount at all times. They led this country as Americans first and politicians a distant second.

If anyone believes that Obama loves America they do so in spite of his own words to the contrary. Had Mary Todd or the beloved Jacquelin uttered words that resemble Michelle’s opinions the shock would have been international news and reverberations would have been felt in the hearts and souls of every American old enough to read or listen. It would have scarred our memories forever.

In two minutes at Gettysburg Abraham Lincoln was able to tell us why America is great and in so doing expressed his love and gratitude for the people he served and the genius of our founding and his words will live on as long as our flag waves free.

John F. Kennedy needed few words to summarize the essence of a government of the people. “Ask not what your country can do for you but what you can do for your country.” A democrat who knew the order of authority is not reversed.

How far we have fallen. We somehow elected the most unqualified man in America to the highest office in the land and he shows his gratitude by his determination to alter all that we are, all that we stand for and all the promise we hold for the world. He promises total transformation and fundamental change when great presidents in history fought and died to preserve what we are.

In recognition of Abraham Lincoln, John F. Kennedy and all the great presidents who have served with dignity, honor and courage, from George Washington to George Bush, I go on record once more to denounce Barak Hussein Obama as an enemy of the Republic and again call for his removal by any and every legal means available to us.

Restore the Presidency.

God Bless America,

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