Act of Valor is a reality portrayal of American Special Forces on assignment. It features actual Navy SEALS. There has never been a motion picture portrayal of combat this accurate. You and every single American Patriot must see Act of Valor. If you have not seen it, I’ll not spoil it for you by revealing “the” act of valor.
But America is being tested.
- Consider that people expect a right to birth control and it is the responsibility of government to pay or force employers to pay for it.
- Consider the entitlement mentality of the “Occupy Wall Street” and the “99%” leaches.
- Consider a sub-culture expecting government to fill the roll and responsibility of husbands in single mother’s lives.
- Consider union thugs—across the board.
- Consider the widespread use of the pejorative “racist” against anyone who objects to some thief’s hand in their pocket.
- Consider Social Justice and Black Liberation Theology invoking the name of Jesus on their common theft.
Is America worthy of even one act of valor? Can we, given the partial list above, expect the untold acts of valor, by our military members giving their all, shall not be in vain? This hard question was answered yesterday with our remembrance of Andrew Breitbart. Here is one shining example of America’s worthiness. Breitbart’s decision to give his all for a restored America had a personal cost but then again, in his words, “I’ve lost friends, perhaps dozens. But I’ve gained hundreds, thousands . . .” These new friends are also “in the fight.” Like Andrew, their work is worthy. They range from Rush Limbaugh to—me. The last words he said to me (last summer) were, “Richard, fight the man.” Andrew would want us to prevail, not in his honor but in honor of all those who have and will perform “acts of valor” for America.
So, dear friend, experience the movie, “Act of Valor.” Then, as Lincoln said, be “dedicated to the great task remaining before us—that from these honored dead we take increased devotion to that cause for which they gave the last full measure of devotion—that we here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain—that this nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom—and that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth.”