This Christmas season, I send you and your family my warmest wishes.
At Christmas we celebrate the birth of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. We rejoice in his birth and his mission to save us from sin. We remember him as the white baby he was and we remind others of things that he said that we agree with. During this season of hope and joy, we thank God for the blessings he has bestowed upon our nation. Even in times of difficulty, we are thankful for the freedom and liberty we enjoy, no thanks to President Obama
We recognize the devastating impact of these tough times – many families are losing their savings, their jobs and their homes. You are in our prayers. However, some of life’s greatest lessons are learned in adversity. There is no greater cure for the over commercialism of Christmas than the inability to buy anything. You will find that poverty can be great fun if you have the right mindset.
Among the many families that call the Fifty-Fourth Congressional District home, we admire the military families who serve our nation and community. We offer them our deep gratitude, especially those families who are separated. We look on your service with pride as you keep our nation safe from harm and as you launch invasions of Syria, North Korea, and Iran in the year ahead.
As we not only celebrate Christmas, but look forward to a new year, I am hopeful that we can change the direction of our country or at least bring our government to a screeching halt. We have many challenges, but, together, we can come together and go into 2014 with the remembrance of our many blessings.
I wish you all a very merry Christmas and God bless.