Not “Yes we can” its Yes You Can!



There are people in the world today that say “You can’t do this, that or the other”. Political correctness is a large contributor to this notion. A notion that is complete and utter nonsense.

Political correctness is essentially the collectives control over the individual.

“You can’t say or do that because it’s not what we agree with or we’re offended by that”

So what. Cry me a river, build yourself a bridge and get over it.

I’ve had many conversations with people who have more of a collective mind set rather than an individual mind set when it comes to helping people. One conversation I had I said that government benefits should be strict. If you go on government assistants you should be take a drug test, if you pass you’re given six months to find a job or you’re cut off. The person I had this conversation with said that six months wasn’t enough time to find a job.

Horse hockey on that. I was fired from Target last November and started working at Home Depot in February earlier this year, part time and down the road I picked a second job part time job at Joseph A. Bank. When I got full time at Home Depot I quit Joseph A. bank.

Let no one, absolutely no one, tell you that you can’t do anything. If you ever hear some one say that to you or some one else you answer them with “Why can’t I?” or “What can’t they?”

You have the power to turn your life around.

You are responsible for your own actions.

You are the only person in the way of your own success.

Your background doesn’t matter.

People say you are born rich or poor and that couldn’t be further from the truth. You are born and you forge your own path. Sure you get help along the way, some guidance but in the end it’s all you.

Some of the most successful people had the hardest time growing up:
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Dr. Ben Carson
George Washington
Abraham Lincoln
Rev. Ken Hutchenson
Nelson Mandela

The list is endless I promise you that. These are only a few names for you to start with and research. Some of the names you’ll have to dig pretty deep to find the truth and when you do your world will change and only for the better.

Frank Sinatra sings one of my favorite songs; My Way. Here’s a you tube link for you to listen to it:

Start standing for yourself and what you believe in.

Follow your dreams and work hard for those dreams.

Nothing worth while is given to you, you earn your keep.

Life’s journey is not always easy, more often than not it’s difficult. Hang in there, tough it out and you’ll be a stronger person for it.


I will never stop preaching Love. It’s as easy as being decent to others, especially when others are not decent to you. This shows others your positive standards and principles. Never stray from your principles or standards because you only start to dig your own hole.

Pray, learn history, research the events going on around you and become informed.

Stand for the Bill of Rights, March for the Constitution and Fight for LIBERTY!

God Bless.



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