I was watching Glenn Beck the other day and he mentioned the 912 project so I went to the website to check it out and it really started me thinking about these principles and where we are as a nation no matter what side of the aisle you are on.It is not my intent to be political although I can be. My intent is to share each week the nine principles and 12 values which make up The 912 project. This is a non political movement.The 912 Project is designed to bring us back to the place we were on September 12,2001. The day after America was attacked we were not obsessed with Red States,Blue States or political parties. We were united as Americans,standing together to protect the values and principles of the greatest nation ever created. I will be blogging about one of the six principles and 12 values every week at my blog at http://teachingcm1dayatatime.blogspot.com.


Principle #1. America is good.
America has always been a force for good. Sure we've made mistakes but America is still the greatest country in the world. If you do not believe it ask the people who will risk dying to get here. Enough said??
Keep the Faith,
Marie

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Comment by Lesly Michals on May 14, 2009 at 1:24am
I don't see why we need to call ourselves better than anyone. Of course this is political. Beck is as political as it gets.

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