This is one of several emails I have received from across the nation from people just like you and I who want to UNITE with others in defending our Country. Join with us.
I just wanted to say hi. I received your Arkansas Unite newsletter last night via email. Your newsletter and your website look GREAT! I was inspired and encouraged by seeing what you folks are doing over there. Our prayers are with your community and the families that lost loved ones in the recruiter shooting. That was a gross and blatant act of domestic terrorism that should be front page news everywhere. Not a blip over here but I found out via the tea party network.
Yesterday, I received a call out of the blue from a gal named Miki at the route66 tea party in Oklahoma. It was wonderful meeting her on the phone and hearing about their work.
Even though we patriots are spread across the country, the more we get to know each other at the grassroots level the better.
I’d like to add a link on our site at www.mauiteaparty.com to www.arkansasunite.com if that’s OK with you. Please add a Maui TEA Party link to your site if you feel it is appropriate.
Thank you for what you are doing for our nation. Many people may not see it yet, but it makes a big difference, even to us all the way out here in the middle of the Pacific.
Interestingly, while we are pretty far from the heartland of America, we are very much affected by Washington. For example, President Obama’s plan to cut missile defense systems is leaving me, my wife and our children here on Maui more vulnerable to a missile attack from North Korea. Our house is now or soon will be within range of the new North Korean missiles. The administration and congress are playing parlor games while North Korea is busily building nukes that could be landing in my yard. Some scoff at the idea of a missile attack on Hawaii. Most people at the time scoffed at the idea of a Japanese naval and air attack on Pearl Harbor.
This struggle is about survival of America as we know it. It’s also about survival of us, literally.
With aloha and in solidarity,
The Four Pillars of Freedom:
Freedom of Faith,
Freedom of Speech,
Freedom of Assembly,
Right to Keep and Bear Arms.
"Freedom is a fragile thing and is never more than one generation away from extinction. It is not ours by inheritance; it must be fought for and defended constantly by each generation.”