From John James on 02.07.2020 15:10
My life has always been dedicated to service to my country and my community.
At the age of 17, while already enrolled at West Point, I witnessed the terrible events of 9/11 and as I saw our country under attack, it heightened my desire and purpose to serve.
I continued my service by becoming a Ranger-qualified aviation officer and flew hundreds of combat missions in Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Little did I know, my service was just beginning…
I returned stateside to a country in the middle of an economic recession and despair. I joined my father to help take his company from an idea he started in our family home to a thriving business worth $135 million in a little under five years.
With this growth, I was able to provide countless jobs and opportunities to many hardworking people in our community. I believe that type of growth is what our country needs now more than ever. We need someone who recognizes our situation and knows how to put the best foot forward NOW.
| STAND WITH ME|
The American dream is built on hard work, and I have firsthand experience of seeing my father grow his idea as a truck driver into a successful business and then allow me to further it. THAT’S THE AMERICAN DREAM.
But unfortunately, the American dream is being trampled by the radical Left that doesn’t share our beliefs about hard work and service. Friend, we can’t allow them to trade out the value of hard work in favor of cradle to grave handouts.
FIGHT FOR THE AMERICAN DREAM
The Left knows what I stand for and that I won’t back down from a fight, and this is why they’ve made my race the TOP PRIORITY, and I need YOUR help to fight back.
The time for action is now.
I’m ready to step into my next role of service by guiding our country from the turmoil of the last few months back to prosperity.
Give me the chance to serve you and I will not let you down.
Thank you, and God Bless America,
Republican Candidate for U.S. Senate for Michigan
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IN ETERNAL MEMORY OF
2nd Lt. Henry Ossian Flipper – 10th Cavalry Regiment
March 21, 1856 – April 26, 1940
Former slave. Warrior.
West Point Graduate – Class of 1877
Remembered with #Honor.
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