In all that Obama said during his campaign, there is one thing we can believe that he said. He said “Yes We Can” and made it a part of his slogans. I’m here to tell you Obama was right, “Yes We Can”.
Yes, we can take back our government from those wanting to replace our Constitution with a weak, failed form of Socialism.
Yes, we can send representatives who refuse to listen to the people back home packing and replace them with good men and women who will stand behind America and stand up for America.
Yes, we can protest, filibuster, and make our voices known from the streets of little towns like Texarkana to the front steps of the White House.
Yes, we can support the War on Terror and our troops defending us around the world from those who would harm us.
Yes, we can support a National Day of Prayer.
Yes, we can defend ourselves from any religion that would promote the overthrow or defeat of the United States as part of its core values.
Yes, we can remember September 11.
Yes, we can claim to live in the greatest nation the world has ever seen.
Yes, we can have the greatest health care system in the world without the government running it for us.
Yes, we can state outright when our leaders are “lying” to us about their true intentions.
Yes, we can believe in God and lift up our country to Him in prayer and honor.
Yes, we can have a fantastic future in America.
One of the greatest Presidents of the last century, Ronald Reagan addressed us with a short letter after he knew he was facing Alzheimer's crippling attack. President Reagan, always one to face problems head on, knew his time would be short and that his time in the public eye would be even shorter. He wanted to leave America with a message of hope for a great future. He gave his message in a short sentence just before the last two lines of his address when he wrote, “I know that for America there will always be a bright new dawn ahead.” Yes, we can ensure that for “America there will always be a bright new dawn ahead.”
It’s 2010. This last year we saw many Republicans in Washington lead astray into believing some of the lies, but we also saw many Republicans stand firm against the tyranny of darkness slowly creeping over our bright dawn Mr. Reagan described. The time to move off the couch, away from the computers, away from televisions, and into history has come. Mr. Reagan said, “I know” when he talked about America’s bright future. He did not write, “I think there might be” rather he said, “I know.” Move into history now and let future generations know that we still believe that “Yes we can have a bright new dawn ahead.”