President’s Message – August 2018
I am a proud American. I am also a proud Republican. Contrary to what the mainstream media would have us believe, there is much to be proud of as Republicans and as Americans. The country is enjoying unprecedented economic growth, unemployment of African Americans and Hispanic Americans is at an all time low, our borders are more secure, ISIS has collapsed, our country is finally having a dialogue with the North Korean regime, there is accountability and medical choices for our veterans and Brett Kavanaugh has been nominated as the next U.S. Supreme Court Justice. (I could list more good news but I was told to keep this letter brief.) What puzzles me is why so many good Republicans are reluctant to actively share the Republican message, which is — promotion of fiscally responsible government, support for a business-friendly environment, empowerment of parents by giving them school choice, securing our communities and our country through responsible immigration and foreign policies and protecting our free speech, freedom of religious and right to bear arms. We need to share these important tenets of American exceptionalism thoughtfully, respectfully and eloquently with our friends, our neighbors and other voters – while waiting at the DMV, chatting with others at a community event or walking the neighborhood with the GOP candidate. By sharing what makes us proud to be an American, we can make a difference not only in this upcoming midterm elections, but in the way the public views our Republican values. To that end, the Republican Mens Club will be “Walking the Block” and sharing our stories on the afternoons of September 15 and October 6. We encourage you to join us and help make a difference in our community. The Mens Club will also be sharing our pride in being Republicans on the evening of August 28 (5:30 – 8 pm) at the Desert Breeze Community Center at the Asian American Pacific Islander’s “Meet the Candidates Night” and we will be there to support our Republican candidates. I hope you will take time out of your day to join us and to declare your pride as a Republican – and as an American.
See you at our next Luncheon! May freedom ring,
With warmest regards,