November 7, 2012: Never Give Up!

A Message from FreedomWorks

I know how you must feel this morning.  But I’m writing to offer you hope.  Since this grassroots movement for freedom began just a few years ago, we’ve accomplished so much.  In 2010, we elected a massive freshmen class of principled conservatives in the House of Representatives.  In 2012, we’ve expanded that caucus by defeating numerous Democratic incumbents and replacing them with conservative leaders like Jackie Walorski of Indiana, Andy Barr of Kentucky, Mark Meadows of North Carolina, and more.

We also elected Marco Rubio, Mike Lee, Rand Paul, and a new fiscally conservative core in the Senate two years ago. This election, we’ve expanded their ranks with newly-minted Senators Ted Cruz of Texas, Deb Fischer of Nebraska, and Jeff Flake of Arizona. We drove the national political conversation on our issues of constitutionally limited government, free markets, and individual liberty.

Candidates who ran on and articulated our message not only created a clear choice for voters but were overwhelmingly victorious in this election.  That is the power of our ideas and our movement.  This election we made millions of phone calls, distributed millions of campaign materials, and took our message across our nation.

More importantly, we’ve grown this decentralized, grassroots community into a larger, stronger, permanent force for freedom.  And we aren’t going away.  We’ve accomplished so much, but clearly, our work is not done. I want to thank you for all your hard work and your tireless support.

We must never give up.  We must never stop fighting.  America’s future depends on it.   Matt Kibbe, FreedomWorks

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5 Responses to November 7, 2012: Never Give Up!

  1. Perry Palmer says:

    I do understand that Hispanics went for Obama in a big way, but what about the morality of abortion, which they seem to be against because they are members of the Catholic Church? I guess behaving like sexual animals is so much more important than civility, which we are losing, in a big way.

  2. Paula says:

    Mark Levin speaks to me today.

  3. MDinLA says:

    thank you needed to hear this perspective. Its been a strange day, have not had much energy to deal with the full gravity of what happened last night.

  4. erins1911 says:

    Like water to my thirsty soul. Thanks.

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