Tim Tebow is a man who takes our mind off of Barack Obama, Al Gore, Nancy Pelosi, and others who do those things which take away from our joy of life, destroy families, weaken our economy, and obscure the Judeo-Christian foundations of our nation.
Tim Tebow shows us that being filled with joy and being openly thankful to God for His gifts is a really good thing. Tebow raises our spirits and gives us the strength to fend off Obama’s attacks on hard work, personal achievement, and the simple enjoyment of the abundance and Liberty God has given to us and to the United States of America.
Our nation has become progressively secularized with the resulting increases of crime, perversion, immorality, rage, intolerance, and envy. Along with all of these changes for the worse, there has been a marked and noticeable increase in the ridicule of those things that are good, such as morality, achievement, hard work, personal responsibility, prosperity, and the United States of America.
In a culturally and socially degraded time when people like Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, and Barack Obama can actually be elected to important and high offices by a majority of the voters, it is refreshing and inspiring to see someone who is a role model for good rise to a position of prominence and public notice. Not only are our fellow countrymen watching Tim Tebow, the World is watching with interest, wondrous amazement, and appreciation. People are again becoming optimistic that there will be real hope for a brighter future.
The politics of envy and hatred have been dividing people and our nation. However, Tim Tebow is bringing people back together and uniting them in the basic concept that it is okay to be good people, to work hard at what one loves, and to achieve greatly and abundantly.
Thanks to Tim Tebow, it is again okay to pray in public, to bring God back into the public square and into the halls of government, and to behave like a good and descent person. Soon it is not going to be cool to tear down crosses, to omit prayer from sporting events and graduations ceremonies, to remove the Ten Commandments from court houses and other public properties, and to forcibly take money from people who are willing to work and give it to people who are not willing to work.
When a great man has the courage to be a good man, the people will rise up and rejoice.