America. It was a dream come true in a New World that was envisioned by artists, politicians, and monarchs alike. The ones who believed that anything could be achieved by God, the mind, and manpower. Even through opposition from governments, kingdoms, nobles, and naysayers, these brave individuals strived to establish a better life for themselves and their families, aimed to retain a secure future in the process, and wanted to worship God in their own way.
They had the courage to cross unknown oceans and territories, sail miles and miles away from the comforts and familiarities of home, and set out to create a new lifestyle in a great land they had never known. This faith and courage kept their hopes alive, and helped them to survive even through sickness to the point of the death of their loved ones. They belived that freedom should lie in the hands of the people and they should use that freedom to make their land a better place. This belief, along with many other valuable principles, paved the way for the creation of a new nation and shaped our foundation that stands strong to this very day.
But before this foundation was formed, there was a struggle that had to take place for it to be established. When the english king tried to suppress that freedom the was supposed to have to stood strong, the struggle climaxed and put us into not just a war but a movement, a movement that would end with the creation of the United States. Our fathers founded this nation with the belief in freedom, liberty, justice, equality, and individual responsibility. These are just some of the values and principles that have withstood the test of time and continue to inspire people to this day. When documents like the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were written, they were not just simple words to rally support and arouse sympathy. They were written from the very heart and soul of true belief in the future and with the hope that we could attain every single goal we strove to reach.
Our fathers founded this nation with the belief in freedom, liberty, justice, equality, and individual responsibility. These are just some of the values and principles that have withstood the test of time and continue to inspire people to this day. They have gotten us through many wars, civil struggles, and ecomonic tragedies and we risen out of the crisis stronger over and over. When nations fell into freefall and spun out of control we have been there to supply for their needs in both military, humanitarian, and economic ways. Our free enterprise system has proven to work countless times, and we have advanced our ways of caring for those in need. But even with these values in place, there are some that still try to thwart the foundation we were built on and place government ahead of the people. These actions started the same war that created this nation. We must not allow our elected superiors to believe that they can put our future at risk to accomplish their agendas....