Here we are once again in a time and place that history will shine a light on the citizens that stood up against the crime and corruption that continually dance around our elected officials.
The history books will have to acknowledge the leaders across the nation who jumped up off their couches and kitchen chairs to visit town hall meetings with those who were elected to represent their wishes. They showed up like teens going to their first Zeppelin concert searching for the stage only those in the audience last year were not looking for a good time to forget their worries and cares for a few hours.
They were there to take a stand and inform those representatives elected to be their voices in the political arena had failed and failed miserably. They were there to inform their Senators, Representatives, County Commissioners, and host of others they were elected and can be unelected.
Now we have the swearing-in ceremonies taking place all across the country and the people are watching to see if those newly elected public servants will remember their voices as they vote on the issues.
The voices of all Americans are strong and can not be silenced for too long. The American voices will not tolerate their leaders not listening to their wishes any longer. The American people want to see solutions to the problems and not just babbling about what should be done.
This is history in the making, our new elected officials. The question is will they do the right thing and help to restore the honor and dignity that our Founding Fathers envisioned for those public officials walking the Halls of Congress? They will if we the people stay vigilant and remain in the know on the issues they vote on each week.
The history books will be rewritten, it is up to each American to be involved with the content that will be published 10, 20, 30 years from now. We are our own destiny.