Our founding fathers fought to protect the freedom of all Americans. They created a government of the people, to ensure that our rights would never be infringed. And as Americans, it is our duty to exercise those rights.
Voting is not a privilege, but a responsibility. It is up to us, the American people, to choose the leaders of our great nation. We have the power to enact change every four years by selecting a new President of the United States and we should be grateful to hold such a high responsibility.
This year’s elections are more important than ever for the future of our country and our Second Amendment rights. We’re all concerned about the direction this country is headed in and we need to make sure that our children and grandchildren enjoy the same freedoms that we do. So once you take the initiative and register to vote, you must follow through with your responsibility to cast your vote in November.