FUSION JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2010
This year, a great task is before us: returning America to her Founding principles. While it takes just one voice to change a nation, it takes a village to implement that change. And that village starts with you (queue propaganda theme music)!
It’s more important than ever that we unite as a community and tell Washington that we are no longer accepting the status quo of bad politics and socialist policies. The year 2010 is a time for us to stop admiring the problem and start getting involved with solving it. With countless social networks and community projects popping up across the country, the ways to get involved are endless. Here are just a few things you can do to stay engaged.
You can never have too many people watching over our great nation, which is why we need more government Watchdogs. Watchdogs are regular people who care about our country and are willing to expose waste, corruption and greed in both the public and private sector.
Send us your tips and we’ll shine the light of truth into the darkness. Send us information at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Million Mom Army
Grandmothers, mothers and daughters who want to take a stand against what Washington is doing to our schools, communities and homes are needed to send a strong message to both parties: Stop spending money and quit trying to run my life! http://asamom.com
Are you a member of Congress or the Administration who is concerned about government waste or corruption? Are you willing to expose this corruption regardless of whether it’s rooted in your own party or the opposition party? If you answered “Yes” to both of these questions, then you need to be a ReFounder. Glenn is looking for 56 men and women who fit this description and are willing to provide tips exposing waste and corruption in government. Become a Refounder by emailing us at email@example.com. Don’t worry, your name and party affiliation will always remain anonymous.
The 9-12 Project
On September 12, 2001, we were a different country. Even though the sense of community and patriotism didn’t last long, we treated each other differently after the 9/11 terrorist attacks. We didn’t care about political parties or petty politics, we focused on our core values. It is those core values that unite us as Americans and promoting them is what the 9-12 project is all about. To learn more, check out www.the912project.com.