Monday, September 15, 2008

Support Sheila Jackson Lee

-- Bravo ~ Soldier4Hillary

~~ Sheila Jackson Lee

By Soldier4Hillary

How do you want to be remembered? As someone who sat on the sideline and watched our country spiral down to a point of no return? Or someone who had the ability to stand up and save a nation? The time for indecision is past. Words spoken throughout this last year will forever be a reminder of those who had the ability and courage to place there country, over a political party. The needs of a nation, and its people, over Pac contributions, dollar signs, hidden agenda's and ulterior motives. Look around you for a moment. Stop and take a hard look at the things that are happening in this world through someone else’s eyes. Walk a mile in someone else’s shoes. View someone else’s life and reality Travel there path. A path that they travel on, from day to day to get a different perspective. Sit aside your personal thoughts and beliefs and view the world through someone else’s eyes. Stop believing in someone and start believing in some thing. Leading a country is not just about having and maintaining the highest position our country has to offer. It's about understanding that the decisions you make, the judgments you may decide will not just affect one person, but all of us.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Go here->

Left hand column. Click "donate." A little credit card abuse is in order here to show your support for a woman who tirelessly and fearlessly campaigned for HRC despite the name calling and threats from Obama supporters. Sheila was booed so loud and for so long at the Texas state convention that the Obama supporters wouldn't let her speak. Instead of that latte tomorrow, help a sister.