How College Grads Can Make America Great Again
Recent college graduates just underwent four years of Marxist/socialist indoctrination.
The most important tenets of Make America Great Again (MAGA) might help undo that damage.
Eggheads with Ph.D.’s never once held a job in the private sector. Nevertheless, these pompous intellectuals taught youngsters that the American dream is a myth. They taught that our nation offers few opportunities to succeed. The bow-tied bookworms also preached that America is an evil country and hard work gets them nowhere.
This past week I read or watched speeches or monologues from Rush Limbaugh, Martin Luther King Jr., and Terry Bradshaw. What they said can coach almost anyone to reach their fullest potential in life.
This weekend I read Radio’s Greatest of All Time: Rush Limbaugh. I came across a monologue the late radio host delivered on his nationally syndicated show.
“We [conservatives] want everybody to succeed. And that desire is really the foundation of every conservative economic and social belief. And we don’t want people to have to be dependent on people that really don’t care about them,” Limbaugh said, referring to government aid programs.
“We don’t want people to have to be dependent on people [politicians and government bureaucrats] that are really not interested in them, and we don’t want people to have to be dependent on people who are using them. We want people to experience the great things about achievement and accomplishment and success, because that’s how we have a great country. That is how we have a wonderful society.”
Limbaugh said if you do what you love then “you’ll never work a day in your life.”
“And if more people had the good fortune of actually discovering their passion, their true passion, and if they can figure out a way to get paid for it, then they would know life and success and all kinds of happiness in ways that eludes them otherwise, and that’s what I wish for people,” Limbaugh said.
In 1967, junior high students heard something similar from Martin Luther King Jr.
“Even if it falls to your lot to be a street sweeper, go out and sweep streets like Michelangelo painted pictures! Go sweep streets like Handel and Beethoven composed music,” King said.
“Sweep streets like Shakespeare wrote poetry. Sweep streets so well that all the host of heaven and earth will have to pause and say, ‘Here lived a great street sweeper who swept his job well!’”
Finally, NFL legend Terry Bradshaw advised student athletes at Louisiana Tech University in 2019 to maintain their self-esteem.
“Life is up and down and up and down. It’s ‘Am I going to make it?’ and ‘Oh my God, am I ever going to get out of this hole?’ And ‘What am I going to do? Where am I going to get a job?’ Whatever it is you do, whatever you feel your calling is, number One, make sure that it is your calling. Make sure it is your passion,” Bradshaw said.
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“Make sure it is that something in your heart that’s pulling at you to go in this direction. If you don’t do that, then you’re not going to be happy. I’m not saying successful, because you might be successful. That could equate to money….if that’s what you want. Money is what it is.”
Bradshaw told the athletes to do what God calls them to do and, in life, they will triumph.
If you’re reading this, then maybe you aren’t a recent college grad. Perhaps you never attended college. Maybe you attended vocational school. Maybe you’re a middle-aged person who needs a refresher or a morale boost.
Regardless of your station in life, I hope these perspectives help.
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