We have much to be thankful for on this Thanksgiving Day

 By Kevin “Coach” Collins

 As dark and hopeless as things looked when Obama’s statists rammed through their phony Obamacare package of attacks on our liberty, here we are eight months later celebrating one of the greatest political turnarounds in American history. We have much to be thankful for today.

Counting our blessings is still easier here in America than in any other country. Even the poorest Americans eat meals many around the world only dream about.

We have a Bill of Rights and a full Constitution to protect us thanks to our Founding Fathers. Because of the foresight of those great men, we have the legal and moral tools we need to prevail against even the worst of these tyrants. Other societies don’t have anything like our Bill of Rights and would never be “granted” one by their ruling classes.

 America: One of God’s favored countries

 America is clearly one of God’s favorite countries, so we will succeed in making things right again. The stunning fall from favor of Barack Obama and his Marxist Democrats is proof that the Hand of Providence has not forsaken us. God has not abandoned America, and for this blessing we must be grateful.

America is still the country the world’s people want to come to; she is still the country God has favored because we are His instrument for working His will.

We now have undeniable signs that our ‘stand up and fight’ resolve has not only won back the House and hundreds of state level offices, has put us well on our way to restoring our America to greatness once again.  We have proved our national swerve to the left is survivable because we are NOT a people attracted to socialism.

Our dark days are by no means fully behind us. The damage caused by putting a Marxist enemy of freedom in the White House is far from over. But as Churchill said: “Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end, but it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.”

By God’s grace we have plenty of food and clean water for healthy lives; we have a political system that allows us to regroup speak out and win converts to our ideas.

Our big victories on November 2 prove this.

We still have a long way to go but there is much light in the tunnel.

 This day in history November 25

1783 The last British troops left New York City three months after the signing of the Treaty of Paris which ended the Revolutionary War.

Remember we have work to do. Join your local TEA party and Republican County Committees to make sure real conservatives get our nominations.

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3 thoughts on “We have much to be thankful for on this Thanksgiving Day”

  1. …you're right Coach…sometimes all we see is the doom and gloomand need to be reminded to count our blessings which are many…

    HAPPY THANKSGIVING friend, to you and your family…

    John and Ann

  2. On Gateway Pundit today there is posted the story of a Mexican farmer who had been ordered off of his property by a Mexican drug cartel. He was to surrender his life's work to them…or else. Rather than meekly submit, the farmer– Don Alejo Garza Tomez–stocked weapons and ammunition at every window in his home and barricaded himself inside. He was quite alone, having told his employees to not report to work that day. Armed members of the cartel arrived at 4:00 a.m. and by the time they left–fearing the arrival of Mexican troops–4 of their number were dead and another 2 wounded and unconscious on the ground. Mexican marines did arrive and it was they who described the scene and pieced together the events as the farmer had also been killed. As countless Americans meekly undergo the disgrace and humiliation of being felt up or undressed by government employees–after all, we must NOT risk missing our Thanksgiving turkey with little Johnny–it is very heartening to know that the courage and will upon which the United States was founded has not been wholly eradicated from the human spirit. Happy Thanksgiving

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