tv Tea Party Rally in Iowa CSPAN September 4, 2011 6:15am-7:00am EDT
they gave their lives so we could be here today. you and i are blessed to be borne the heirs of freedom. -- to be born the heirs of freedom. [applause] as presiendent kennedy said, we dare not forget that we are the heirs of that first revolution, the heirs of those who froze with washington at valley forge and held the line and get as byrd, who freed the slaves to close a shameful chapter, and to carve the nation out of the wilderness. we are the sons and daughters of those who stormed the beaches of normandy and raised the flag at iwo jima and made america the strongest, most prosperous, the greatest nation on earth forever in mankind's history, the greatest, most exceptional nation." [applause] [hairhorn honks]
we will never give up. we shall indoor because we live by them moral strength that we call grace. we have often skirted a press of this. a providential hand has always guided us to a better future. so let us seek that hand once more carrot ronald reagan said, if we ever forget that we are one nation under god, we will be a nation gone under." thee,e shed his gracce oe on america. we will not squander what we have been given. we will fight for freedom. we will fight for america. we are at the tipping point. united we must stand, and we will nobly save this last bewst st hope on earth. god bless you, iowa.
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