I am 24 years old. My wife is 20. Together we plan, with the help of God, on having healthy, happy, freedom-loving children who will grow up with the security provided by the armed guard. The question of who will lead America is no longer a political question to me -- it is a personal question. Who will protect my family? Who will protect the future of my children?
As the waves beat on the shore in Acre, the rabbi intoned the words of the sheva berachot -- the blessings recited at the Jewish wedding ceremony. "Blessed are You, God, King of the Universe," sang the rabbi, "Who created joy and gladness, groom and bride, mirth, glad song, pleasure, delight, love, brotherhood, peace and companionship." Without the armed guard -- and the leader who empowers the armed guard -- the joy of liberty, the power of love, and the future of our children are murdered before they begin.