One Person, One Brick
We blocked amnesty. Now what?
How do our borders get secured, our benefit plans get protected, our sovereignty sustained? One person, one brick. One American, one brick. The government is unwilling or unable to build the walls we need to help enforce our security, so as an American who believes in, We, the people,” I believe we can do it.
If every American contributed one brick, and every immigrant who is waiting for legal status contributed one hour, and every American truck dealer contributed one truck, and every talk show host contributed one segment of one show, we could have the Great Wall of America. The wall would signify strength, resolve, peaceful and legal intentions, American pride and American ingenuity.
The wall would announce to all who wish to enter that we may be a peaceful nation, a prosperous nation, and a compassionate people, but we are also a committed community, a united state, and believe in one Nation built with integrity, truth, justice, and freedom, under God, and within our boundaries and laws.
The wall would ensure that our children maintain an understanding of the history of the USA, the flag that waves with honor, and that no one who disrespects our citizenship, our Declaration of Independence, our bill of rights enacted for citizens of our country, will be allowed or able to cross our borders, work our land, break our laws or protest our sovereign rights.
The Great Wall of America. One person, one brick. One American dollar imprinted with the words, “In God We Trust.” Every man, woman, and child who believes in America and is proud to be an American can have their name on one brick. Every name will stand forever on sacred ground, the ground that defines our boundaries, our circle, our community, our country. One person, one brick.