SAFE Act; One Good Thing; MERRY CHRISTMAS‏

“BUILD THE LIGHT BRIGHTER”

by New York Grassroots Groups

(Dec. 22, 2013) — The Safe Act is responsible for one good thing – it brought YOU and US together.

Merry Christmas – there is a light in the darkness. 11 months ago I thought I might be alone in the way I felt about New York and America. I now know millions of New Yorkers have the same burning desire for Freedom and Liberty. Now I know there IS hope. Now I know WE can succeed – Thank YOU – Merry Christmas.

Traveling OUR vast state I have met many 1000s of great people. I am truly thankful – I consider YOU my friend. I thank each and every one of YOU – God Bless YOU – Merry Christmas – AND – next year will be a Happy New Year !!!! Together WE know WE can WIN – Don’t Quit – Keep Fighting!

Our common goal – FULL Repeal of the Safe Act – It bonds US together – strange as it is – it is bringing US out of the darkness. Yes, a wrongful “Safe Act” has caused a light to shine. Next year WE will build it brighter.

See MORE BELOW] Never the End – Always the Beginning (until OUR mission is 100% successful)

Rewarding experience: Over 100,000 of US have shared the same experiences. We stood dedicated, shoulder to shoulder in the cold, hot, wet, mud, ice and snow. Those experiences are the bright light shining in the darkness. WE now know for sure WE are not standing alone. Together WE are fighting wrongful thinking and bad intentions. Together WE know WE can WIN – Don’t Quit – Keep Fighting!

Merry Christmas – there is a light in the darkness. Each one of YOU is a ray in that shining beam of light.  Next year WE will build the light brighter. The holiday season is upon US. It is a time for family and spreading joy. I wish YOU a lot of joy. – Looking forward to seeing YOU again next year.

MERRY CHRISTMAS

Team NY
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Sharon Rondeau has operated The Post & Email since April 2010, focusing on the Obama birth certificate investigation and other government corruption news.  She has reported prolifically on constitutional violations within Tennessee’s prison and judicial systems.

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