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10 Reasons I Wish George Washington Were Still Alive (Part 3)

DaleHogue Wrote: Mar 05, 2013 10:12 AM
You can never go back through time - not even one second, so decisions made in the here and now tend to reflect only what we have learned from out past history. From the moment our U.S. Constitution was accepted by the American people, those people who did not accept it have been agressively attacking its content. At this point in time we must determine who is going to win this battle that means so much to all of us. We have a president, duly elected, who isn't even a citizen of this country and a mainstream media that has come down on the side of those who will do us political and social harm if given the opportunity and we seem unable to fight them off or to defend our Constitution and our nation's values and traditions. Sad, isn't it?
In the previous two columns, I highlighted the first seven of the top 10 reasons I wish George Washington were still alive:

10) Washington was a role model for many, even as a youth.

9) Washington epitomized courage.

8) Washington wasn't afraid of public opinion or challenging the status quo.

7) Washington was a man of integrity and character yet just as human as the rest of us.

6) Washington was a first-class servant leader who walked what he talked.

5) Washington didn't allow personal obstacles to stop his service to God, his family and his country.

4) Washington was a devoted family man.

Here are the remaining three...