RNC Co-Chair: 2012 is Most Important Election in “Nation’s Lifetime.”
Fort Lauderdale resident Sharon Day, the Republican National Committee Co-Chair, noted that elections are often referred to as the most important of one’s lifetime.
In welcoming delegates to the Tampa Bay Times Forum on Tuesday afternoon, Day declared the 2012 Presidential contest the “most important election in our nation’s lifetime.”
She called on “citizen activists” to fight for the restitution of values of the Founding Fathers.
“In 1775 our Founding Fathers rose up to establish our liberty. Today we need to defeat a president whose actions threaten our liberty. In this way we are in a similar position to our Founding Fathers.
“Just as they were called up, we are being called upon.
“What they started, what they believed in, we must now defend.
“The danger is already here. It’s in the form of the Democrat leaders in Washington.
“We have a Democrat Senate leader who refuses to meet his moral obligation to pass a budget for our government.
“We have a Democrat House leader who wouldn’t allow a major piece of legislation, Obamacare, to be read before it was passed. She stated, and I quote, ‘We have to pass the bill so you can find out what is in it.’
“We have a president that has bypassed the Senate confirmation process to appoint un accountable czars to make and enforce policies on America’s citizens.
“A president by his executive action has changed immigration laws and imposed unconstitutional regulations on our states and issued overreaching regulations.”