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What will you do?

The people who Made America Great are mostly gone now. They endured the Great Depression, fought and won World War II, and built this country’s infrastructure from coast to coast. They suffered personal sacrifices and gave their very lives to earned the well-deserved title of the Greatest Generation.

If the leaders of that generation had asked people to wear a mask, or avoid crowds, or skip a holiday to save lives - what do you think they would have done? It seems that each generation that followed has produced only progressively more self-centered individuals consumed with pursuing the almighty dollar and personal comfort, regardless of benefit or detriment to their fellow Americans or the World.

If we hope to Make America Great Again, we will need a New Generation that cares about something other than themselves and heeds the words of John F. Kennedy - “Ask not what your County can do for you, but what you can do for your Country!”. YOU (not your political idol or someone else) - what can and will YOU do?

Royal Davis

Spokane


 

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