America, Maine, Wisconsin discussed on Glenn Beck

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Six hundred WR EC and ninety two point one FM. This speech was so brilliantly written if you look at it. He goes from a big ask to giant hug big ask big hug, he is reaching out to the left. But it was it was not a abortion speech, and it wasn't a speech of. I'm just going to say I'm going to do a bunch of stuff all the stuff that he proposed that the left would like he will do. But I don't think they're gonna take him up on it there not I just don't. But this is the speech. I have waited for this is the this is the message that America has been looking for listen to this. When American soldiers set out beneath the dark skies over the English channel in the early hours of de day nineteen forty four. Who were just young men of eighteen and nineteen hurtling on a fragile landing craft towards the most momentous battle in the history of war. They didn't know if they would survive the hour. They didn't know if they would grow old. But they did know that America needed to prevail. Their cause was this nation. And the generations yet to be born. Why would they do that? Will they did it for America? They did it for us. Everything that has come since our triumph over communism are giant leaps of science and discovery are unrivaled progress towards equality injustice. All of it is possible to the thanks to the blood, and the tears and the courage and the vision of Americans who came before us think of this capital think of this very chamber where lawmakers before for you. They voted to end slavery. They voted to build the railways and the highways to defeat fascism to secure civil rights to face down an evil empire. From here. Tonight. We have legislators legislators from across the Republic, you've come from the rocky shores of Maine and the volcanic peaks of Hawaii from the snowy woods of Wisconsin to the red desert's Arizona from the green farms of Kentucky and the golden beaches of California. Together, we represent the most extraordinary nation in all of history. So now, what will we do in this moment? How will we be remembered? I ask you the men and women of this congress look at the opportunities before us. Are most thrilling achievements are still ahead. Our most exciting journeys still await our biggest victories are still to come. We haven't even begun to dream yet. We have to choose whether we are defined by our differences. Or whether we dare to transcend them. We must choose whether we squander our inheritance or whether we will proudly declare that we are Americans. We do the incredible. We defy the impossible. We conquer the unknown. This is the time to reignite the American imagination. This is the time to search for the tallest summit. And to set our sights on the brightest star. This is the time to rekindle the bonds of love and loyalty and memory. That link us together as citizens as neighbors and is patriots..

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