The Challenge of 2010
November 10, 2010 Leave a comment
On Thursday evening, 11 November 2010 (Armistice/Veterans’ Day), after a morning of displaying the National Ensign on the Frederick Road overpass for the 113 th time, we will meet as usual at 7:00 PM and enjoy the company of like minded friends and share our commitment to reestablishment of a two party government in Maryland.
We have much to celebrate in the demonstrated workings of the wondrous structure of the federal government devised and bequeathed to us by the Founding Fathers. God bless America and her return on 02 November 2010 toward sanity and freedom!
We have much to celebrate in the persons of those stalwart candidates who ran for election and the vibrant, dedicated, and energetic supporters who worked so hard for their campaigns.
We have much do in fulfilling our responsibility to provide a rallying point, structure, and support for those who will continue the quest for returning Maryland to the principles of free market capitalism, individual personal responsibility, and freedom which have been suppressed here for so long. I fear that Maryland, like California, will be among the last to realize the futility of the bankrupt notion of government as the solution to all problems, but we have a duty to be in place and encourage and promote qualified candidates when the light finally dawns here. In so doing we help insure that something truly wonderful “shall not perish from the earth.”
Welcome and warm regards,