by Andrew Mangione –
The election is long over and you’re wondering “Now what?” You did your part. You voted against the policies of the Obama Administration. You may have volunteered knocking on doors and distributing campaign literature. You may have made a financial contribution or made telephone calls on behalf of your candidate. All of your time, talent and perhaps some treasure wasted, you might be thinking. But was it really? Is this fight over? Do you just give up?
Barack Obama will continue to deliberately spend this country into unfathomable debt over the next four years. Think for a moment of the United States’ current debt, which is $16 trillion. This debt’s current share for every man, woman and child in America is $51,000 each and growing! What kind of future awaits our children and grandchildren when they are already saddled with this kind of debt? The President will also continue to single out people of faith and attack their institutions and churches, all in the name of “health care for all”. Sure, he’ll endorse “freedom of worship”; just don’t dare try to live your faith outside of the four walls of your church!
President Obama will continue to divide the great people of this wonderful land. And he has willing allies. Whether it be the distortions or lack of coverage of major events like the attacks in Benghazi coming from his partners in the mainstream media, or his accomplices in academia trashing conservative values and stifling conservative speech across the college campuses in America, colleges and universities that your children and grandchildren are attending right now, this President appears to have immense influence.
But does he really? Yes, the President won the election, but it was extremely close. Does he truly possess the mandate he thinks he won? In fact, he received 8 million LESS votes than he did in the 2008 election. Also, Republicans now govern 30 states, and they’re beginning to push back against the Administration by refusing to implement portions of Obamacare.
All is NOT lost. Americans who are age 50 + made up a commanding 44% of the electorate in 2012 and 54% voted AGAINST President Obama. No other age group came close to this share of voice in the 2012 election. You see, your voice is loud and growing louder every day. You can still make a difference and AMAC wants to help.
We are calling on all patriots to consider becoming an AMAC Delegate. AMAC Delegates will visit the local Congressional district office in your community to make contact with the staff and leave information on issues significant to your fellow AMAC members. Making one personal visit to a local Congressional office is just like the office receiving numerous pieces of mail from individual constituents. The visit is that impactful.
If you would like to learn more about becoming an AMAC Delegate:
Please call 888-262-2006 xt 1032 or Visit The AMAC Delegates Page
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