“When I lost my freedom in Cuba, I had a place to come. If we lose our freedom here, where are we going to go?”

If you are like me, you are inspired knowing America has patriots like Texas Senator Ted Cruz. Many hope he runs for President in 2013.

Rafael Cruz

Perhaps you do not know about his father, Rafael Cruz. As a Cuban youth, Rafael was for the Castro led revolution. The theme, “Hope and Change” sounded good to him. After escaping torture at the hands of the Batista Regime in 1957, Mr. Cruz fled Cuba to America. He returned to Cuba after the revolution only to discover “Hope and Change” turned out to be confiscation of property in the name of “redistribution.” (Spreading the wealth around.) Cruz returned to America with all of $100.

On the Cruz for Senate campaign July 2012 Rafael declared, “You know something? Proverbs 29 and 2 says, ‘When the righteous are in authority, the people rejoice; but when the wicked rule, the people mourn.’ And there has been a lot of mourning in this country for the last three and a half years. But you know something? It is not time to despair. It is time to get encouraged because Psalms thirty verse five [b] says, ‘Weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning.’ And morning is coming! Morning is coming ‘cause we’re going to take this country back!”

Mr. Cruz was a featured speaker at The (Iowa) FAMiLY LEADERSHIP SUMMIT 2013 where he asked, “Where are the pastors?” As you make your choices for today, you won’t want to miss a word of this message for every single American Patriot as we work for America’s “Joy in the morning.”


About Richard Johnson

Richard Johnson: a mature Christian who understands the sweep of history, the unique role of America and these times clearly and precisely.
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