Why do we fight for free and fair elections? A reader provides the answer – indie

The following message from the reader is why we fight for the integrity of elections and demand free and fair elections. We love this country and we respect what young warriors have given us for our freedom. We will not allow foreign or domestic fighters to take away our freedom.

James Tessauro, a former Army Captain, shared the following message:

LTC’s Hal Moore talks about the brave men who died a few days before this interview during the war in the IA Drong Valley. Imagine for a second you were transposed into the karmic driven world of Earl.

And so – that’s why we’re fighting for free and fair elections here and now, and you’re a worthless, crony, comfortable, money-hungry, sold-out politician – who never curses you for not carrying a rifle or wearing a pair. Boot a day in your life – like it or not.

The lack of your character to do the right thing is an insult to every single service worker and woman who sacrifices for the independence brand of this country.

And even though you are smiling and laughing now – you will one day feel remorse for being a coward. And it will eat away at your very existence. And I hope it does. Because you deserve to eat your own self-preserved cowardice to your conscience.

Cowardice does so. It is eaten by a man. Until you have nothing left. Because even if no one else knows. You know. And when you look back at your bank accounts you will have what is left and your false legacy piled on top of anything else that you can count on as an achievement – the cowardly thing you did when you didn’t have the courage to stand up and do the right thing. When it really counts. And someone else had to pick up a guide or a torch and run to fight in your place. Because you were too scared to do the right thing.

I am going to tell you what I and many others like me will do. I am going to sacrifice as much time as I can to win and at the same time defeat those who will stand on the path of independence of this country again. I don’t care about money or fame or glory. I think of winning. And when objectives lead to victory without reception, my friends in the elected office – a very powerful force to be reckoned with. You have stirred up the wrong group of Americans. We have no purpose other than to win. And we will win. Mark my words. We will win.

Because of the memory of the men mentioned below.

Now please get out of our way.

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