Get Involved: Patriot Dan Reporting For Duty.

Patriot Dan wrote: “Mr. Marcus, I recently left facebook because I viewed it as all talk and no action. Should I return? How can I help? I, like you, want to fight, but I really don’t know how. Dan”

In response to Dan asking how he can help take back America, individuals are most effective when following their gifts, talents and passion. For example, my thing is singing, songwriting, writing, speaking and entertaining – all of which I use for the cause. Beginning at age 9 babysitting my four younger siblings taught me a few leadership and management skills. Thus, my Chairmanship of Conservative Campaign Committee.

Dan, ask God for guidance and test the waters to see where you fit.

Touring the country participating in over 400 tea parties, I have met numerous brilliant, talented and passionate patriots doing their part via writing books, educating, creative endeavors, videos, TV, radio, and new organizations.

I still remember a feisty senior at a tea party in New York. Recovering from surgery on both knees kept her confined. Stuck at home, she decided to fill a media void in her community by starting a conservative newspaper. She proudly reported that it was performing well with advertisers and readers. One woman, following her gifts, talents and passion – making a difference. Folks, that’s the tea party!

In Florida, a family created a board game to teach kids the Constitution – another example of patriots using their gifts, talents and passion to further our cause – taking back America!

So, Dan there is a place for you in our divinely inspired movement. The Bible says “Seek and ye shall find”.

This is all hands on deck time in America – everyone who loves our country doing their part via their gifts, talents and passion.

Lloyd Marcus, Proud Unhyphenated American
Chairman, Conservative Campaign Committee

2 comments for “Get Involved: Patriot Dan Reporting For Duty.

  1. January 4, 2013 at 6:00 pm

    I agree with you about finding your passion. When you do that, the work doesn’t feel like work–it feels like what you are called to do.

  2. Shepp
    January 7, 2013 at 1:15 am

    Didn’t know Oreo cookies had websites.

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