A dose of patriotic inspiration from a modern-day de Tocqueville
Becky Gerritson, my tea party friend from Wetumka, Ala., told me I had to interview Nick Adams, a 29-year-old Aussie, when he next came to America. She was so right! After you listen to this interview, I want you to help me send it around to your friends to encourage and remind them why America is so great. If only our family members, friends and neighbors knew and could defend America's greatness as Nick does here! You and I must do more to defend it for the next generation.
Nick was first elected to public office in Sydney at the age of 19 and became the youngest ever deputy mayor at the age of 21. He loves America!
Nick Adams discusses his childhood battle with cancer as well as his thoughts on the erosion of manliness in the face of radical feminism. He speaks of American exceptionalism, the attacks on the tea party and why we must fight for a strong, confident America for the world's sake.
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As much as I am engaged in the internecine and intensifying battles within the Republican Party, the truth is our nation's long-term ideological enemies are closing in on their long-term plan to transform this country. Somehow, our team must find a way to unify first and argue later! The left wants us divided. They also want to take the House of Representatives in the next election so they can unleash their IRS, EPA and other government attack dogs on their opposition (us), while grabbing more power over our lives. Patriots want this radical, big government agenda stopped before it is too late!
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