When I was a kid, I would often catch my brother fishing in his backyard, and we’d get a big party on the porch.
I think I got my first big party when my dad was a senior in high school, and he’d show up at the party with a party-loving friend who was an elected official.
The guy would show up, introduce the guy to all the friends who’d been there before, and start talking about the party.
My dad was like, “Oh, you guys just came from a party?
You’re going to be the new generation, and all of us are going to vote for you.”
So I always told him, “I’ve got to be a Republican.”
And I still remember saying that.
But I was just too young to really get a grasp of it, so I would always say, “Well, I’m going to go Republican because I think that’s what I’m supposed to be.”
I still believe that, but I think it was more a political statement than anything else.
There’s always been a certain sense of optimism about what this country could be.
There’s always a sense of hope that this country can do better than what it has been.
But what I think is missing in this country is a sense that you don’t have to be wealthy to get ahead.
I don’t think that that’s really true.
There are so many people in the country who are working hard and making a lot of money that there’s no way that they’re going out and having a party every Sunday and being at a fancy restaurant.
The Left wants to get rich and then say, You know what, you’ve got it all, you’re just a lazy bum.
But the Right has always said that we’re supposed to have a job and a family and a home and a career and a good life.
The Left says that you’re supposed of just working for your family and you’re lazy.
But if you work hard and do well in school and in life, that’s the end of it.
So it’s really important for the Republican Party to understand that this is the future of the country, and the Republican party has to embrace the fact that that future is now.
And I think the Republican base is a pretty smart, well-educated, well educated demographic.
They’re not going to get discouraged if their jobs disappear, their kids go to school in a different environment, or they get divorced.
They’ve got the money to support their kids.
And so, in a sense, it’s an economic message that the Republican campaign is trying to get across.
You don’t need to be rich to be an American.
You just have to love your country and have a good time.
And if you love America, you should be able to get a job, have a family, and make a decent living.
This is not a party that’s going to embrace racism.
You know, the racist stuff in this campaign has been very, very, subtle.
It’s very subtle.
But the message is clear, and I think a lot people in this party, when they hear that, they think, Oh, they’re being racist.
And the problem with that is that the racists have been doing it for a very long time, and they’ve gotten away with it for so long because they don’t get in trouble.
They can go back to their neighborhoods and talk to people who aren’t racist, because they’re afraid of getting in trouble with the law.
But when you start to take away their jobs and their jobs get shipped overseas, and you start taking away their money, you don and they can’t afford to go out and buy a new car, or go to college, or take on a new job.
So the Republican message, I think, is that this economy is going to work for all of these people.
And it’s going.
If you look at the numbers, you can look at what’s happening in this economy.
The unemployment rate is at a record low.
The stock market is at an all-time high.
There is a tremendous economic recovery going on.
And there’s so much positive news.
So, I mean, it doesn’t matter whether you’re an evangelical or a liberal or a moderate Republican, you’ll agree with that.
So, what we need to do is be bold and say, Yes, we have a lot more work to do, and this economy isn’t going to come back.
But that doesn’t mean we have to stop believing that America can be great again.
We have to build a better, stronger, more prosperous, and more secure America.
That’s the message that we need for the future.