July 4th, 2009


Happy July 4th

Most Americans (62%) agree that the Fourth of July is one of the country’s most important holidays. That figure is up four points from last year.A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that only four percent (4%) think the holiday celebrating the signing of the Declaration of Independence is one of the least important . Thirty-two percent (32%) consider it somewhere in between the most and least important holidays.

Patriotism is not short, frenzied outbursts of emotion, but a steady dedication of a lifetime.

During the entire year, Mr. Wolf attempts to promote the principles of our founding fathers who authored the the Declaration of Independence and codified the supreme law of the land in the United States Constituitution.  This weekend I am celebrating the holiday at the poker tables in Thackerville, Oklahoma, home of the WInstar World Casino Poker Room on the banks of the Red River. 

Enjoy the holiday weekend. We have a lot of work to do starting Monday. Our country is in crisis under the leadership of the ObamaNation and the the Democrat Party.