Look upon Reagan’s example
FROM: BAILEY BROOKS WARWICK
Regardless of party affiliation, we can all agree that Ronald Reagan was a leader. He spoke in a way that empowered the American people. When Reagan spoke, he spoke of the power that lies within every individual to enact change and to promote the common good. His greatest comfort was a unified America and his greatest fear was a controlling government.
When we review the leadership of Reagan, we can observe one common theme: his belief in the greatness of America and the strength that inherently lies in each of its citizens. Reagan said it best when he said, “The greatest leader is not necessarily the one who does the greatest things. He is the one that gets the people to do the greatest things.”
Initially, many deemed Reagan unfit and unqualified for the job. Thankfully, America gave him the one thing we all want in life: a chance. Ronald Reagan was no ordinary politician, his leadership led to a more prosperous America.
We have two options this election season. One option will continue to lead to restricted freedoms, less stability and a less financially secure America. I hope you vote for a leader, not an establishment politician that will further the policies that have failed Americans. I hope you vote for the political outsider and are not swayed by a media that wants to leave us disenfranchised.
We need a leader equipped to deal with the ludicrous problems that plague America today, not one who will continue them.