When I was eighteen years old, I stood on the hallowed grounds of West Point, raised my right hand, and pledged to defend the Constitution of the United States of America. I spent the next ten years of my life doing just that. When I left the active duty Army at twenty-eight, I found new threats to our great democracy.
I discovered that the very foundation of America was not only threatened by foreign enemies with guns and bombs, but by domestic enemies with votes and laws. Just as I trained at West Point to lead on foreign battlefields, I went to law school and trained to lead on domestic ones.
In 2012 we charged the line, and while we may have lost the battle, we are not yet martyrs. The war is far from over. In 2014, we shall gather again. We shall muster an Army and we shall sue for peace. For as Reagan said, "it's a simple answer after all. You and I will say to our enemies: 'there is a price we will not pay; there is a point beyond which they must not advance...' You and I have a rendezvous with destiny. We'll preserve for our children this, the last best hope for man on Earth..."
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