By Chris Miranda
Americans do not celebrate the weak-kneed 1776 congressional leaders who just wanted to “co-exist” with the British.
Americans don’t celebrate the liberal American Presidents who wanted to “coexist” with the Soviets.
Americans don’t celebrate Rosa Parks because she believed in “co-exististence” with racist liberals, which she didn’t.
Americans don’t celebrate Neville Chamberlain for thinking he could “reason” with Hitler and Nazis.
Americans celebrate bold action. Passivity never wins peoples’ respect. Not in history. Not on your campus or in your school.
Chris Miranda is the Director of Marketing at Young America’s Foundation