You want to fix America?
Here's the first thing we must do: Root her in truth.
---The truth that all men are created equal and endowed by their creator with unalienable rights.
---The truth that these rights are automatically theirs and don't require the government's permission or input, and the government can never take them away.
---The truth that governments are instituted among men to protect those rights, and when the government doesn't do that, it is the people's right and their duty to change or abolish it.
That is the change we seek. That is what the Republican Party must stand for.
America must restore the Constitution, free her people and protect their rights. This party's frontrunner claims good government is about deal-making. All right. If that's the truth, I'll accept the will of the people.
But here's the "deal" --- it's called the Constitution.
You want a deal? Our party's nominee must be made to honor the oath they take to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution. They must shrink the government and break the immoral alliance between Washington, the New York banking cartel and big business.
You want a deal? You take the risk, America. Start a small business, and the Republican nominee must make sure the government stays off your back and doesn't overregulate you into bankruptcy.
You want a deal? All right, America. You work hard to earn a better salary, and the Republican nominee must make sure the government doesn't confiscate your raise with higher taxes.
You want a deal? America, you save to send your kids to college, and the Republican nominee must make sure the government doesn't steal that tuition money and send an illegal immigrant to school instead.
You want a deal? America, you embrace the energy revolution by mining coal or pumping oil or fracking for natural gas, and the Republican nominee must make sure that the government doesn't cave into political pressure from the UN and destroy your industry.
You want a deal? Here it is, America. You practice your religion as you see fit, and the Republican nominee must make sure the government doesn't tell you your religious belief amounts to illegal hate speech.
You want a deal? Farmers, grow the crops you think are best, and the Republican nominee must make sure that the government doesn't pick winners and doesn't pick losers through subsidies that favor billion dollar corporations over family farms.
You want a deal, Mr. Trump? It's called the Constitution. That is the deal. That's the binding contract America's government has with her people. And that is the deal the GOP nominee must embrace.
If the Republican Party is to survive, it must be the party of common decency and common sense. We must be the party of doers and not regulators.
Our freedom is what allows us to embrace the genius and work ethic of our people, and that is the secret of her success.
Don't believe the liars, America. Don't believe the liars. America shouldn't be ashamed of our success and our freedom. Americans have nothing to apologize for. We are an exceptional nation, filled with diverse, exceptional people. And so we come down to it. That's what the Republican Party should be.
Let's send a clear message to the GOP leadership and all those in Washington: We want our country back. We want our party back. We will not be part of a party that isn't rooted in American virtues, values, principles and the Constitution of the United States of America.
Anything else is beneath us and a waste of our time.
Featured Image: A demonstrator holds up a US flag during a march in St. Louis, Missouri, on November 23, 2014 (Photo by JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images)