Who is responsible for America’s problems? I believe the answer is right before us. It’s the Man in the Mirror.
I’m Gonna Make A Change
For Once In My Life
It’s Gonna Feel Real Good
Gonna Make A Difference
Gonna Make It Right…
I’m Starting With The Man In The Mirror
I’m Asking Him To Change His Ways
And No Message Could Have Been Any Clearer
If You Wanna Make The World A Better Place
Take A Look At Yourself, And Then Make A Change
What should be our goals in reforming America? How should we go about it?
You know what is our true path. All I ask is that you act on your answer. I have faith. Not in your answer, specifically, but in our collective answer. You and I might fundamentally disagree, but I have confidence that together we can work out a course that will work for America.
Inaction — whether from complacency, despair, or sloth — is one of our greatest enemies. The other is disunity. Each side in Rome’s social wars thought they fought the Republic’s enemies. Together they destroyed it, making the Imperium inevitable. Life is about results, not being right.
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If you liked this post, like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. See the links at the pages About the quiet coup in America and Reforming America: steps to new politics. Also see the other posts in this series…
- How you can start the campaign to reform America.
- New political leaders offer hope & change. They show us what we need for victory.
- What if Samuel Adams tried to start the Revolution by blogging? — Describing our situation; pointing to a way forward.
- Enough analysis! America is broken. Here are some ways to fix it.
- Can we organize the political reform of America? Our past shows how.
- The 1% are changing America. It’s our move.