Terry Longpre 01-11-18
We have launched into the New Year with promises made of which many will be broken throughout the year.
I personally never make New Year’s resolutions I just attempt to be the best citizen I can while being considerate of those around me. I admit, sometimes I fail, then I realize something has taken my attention away from my personal goals.
Last year was a year which will go down in the annals of history as one of the most decisive we as Americans have experienced since our founding.
I pray we will come together as united Americans and do what is best for the country as a whole, not just a few groups, be they left, right or center.
If we want to survive as the most important country in the world, we must think as a single mind thought and that would be ‘what is best for the U.S.’ versus what may be good for the world according to the United Nations. Our participation in the United Nations should be limited due to the overwhelming pressure being placed on us by those nations who will accept our money and really expect it, yet they are our enemies.
What I would like to see in 2018
1. – Powers giving back to the states
2. – Term limits – 8 years max (federal, states, counties and cities)
3. – A real investigation into the Benghazi attack
4. – A real investigation into the leaking of secret government documents
5. – It may be time for us as a nation to pull ourselves from the clutches of the UN and allow them to do what they want without us. Why should we (United States) pay 22% of the total budget of the UN based on our GNP (Gross national product) which is the market value of all the products and services produced in one year by labor and property supplied by the citizens of a country.
6. – To have only legal citizens involved in running the country.
7. – Photo Voter ID cards for all elections, across the country
8. – Use American oil, become independent from foreign oil
9. – Build more refineries
Recent PGR Missions for American Patriot’s
On the 10th Patriot Guard Riders (PGR) participated in a monthly service for those veterans who were interred last month.
The PGR was also invited by the family of Navy Lt. Steven Combs to Stand a Flag in Silent Respect for this true American Hero at his service on the 12th. Lt. Combs, age 28, perished when the CA2 Greyhound Aircraft he was piloting in November crashed off the coast of Japan. Eight crew members survived the incident, unfortunately, Lt. Combs and two other perished in the crash and their bodies were not recovered. Lt. Combs put the plane down as to save the lives of the eight crew members.
Should you be interested in becoming a PGR member you don’t have to own/ride a motorcycle or be a Veteran and membership is Free. The only requirement is to show RESPECT for our veterans! To join, simply go to www.PatriotGuard.org and click on Register.
God bless America.