President’s Day Week: Principled Leadership Necessary

At critical times through our nation’s history, principled and courageous men have stood up and lead our country towards greatness. Our Founding Fathers declared their independence from Britain and created our Constitution – the greatest governing document we have ever seen. From those early leaders to Ronald Reagan, who most recently advanced freedom in our nation, great men have, at critical times, emerged to save America, “the last great hope of mankind.”

Most, if not all, Americans realize our country is today at a crossroads. We are faced with an ever growing and more powerful central government, rapidly increasing debt and vigorous competition from abroad. America is once again in need of a courageous and principled leader.

America, both as an idea and in practice, has always been about individuals, not an all powerful central government. Rugged individualism and an unwavering entrepreneurial spirit are what made America exceptional. Yet, in recent years, we have moved away from those founding principles.

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  1. Caught your interview last night on FOX re the Non Energy policy that we have in place to date you really hit the nail on the head. For example – you see all these “flex fuel” cars out there, but if the cost is less per gallon for ethenol but you get worse milleage, why does anyone use it vs. gasoline at higher rates but better mileage? It’s a wash! What a waste of money and our government thinks we are this stupid to accept this? This prgram should easily have been identified initially as a sham and never allowed to develope as it has. The real “stupid” people are the one in DC who the “public” keeps re-electing.

  2. Caught your interview last night on FOX re the Non Energy policy that we have in place to date you really hit the nail on the head. For example – you see all these “flex fuel” cars out there, but if the cost is less per gallon for ethenol but you get worse milleage, why does anyone use it vs. gasoline at higher rates but better mileage? It’s a wash! What a waste of money and our government thinks we are this stupid to accept this? This prgram should easily have been identified initially as a sham and never allowed to develope as it has. The real “stupid” people are the one in DC who the “public” keeps re-electing.

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