Saturday, May 23, 2009

Adam Kokesh at the Jekyll Island Project


Anonymous said...

Nice work Adam. And I guess you really can't speak "LIKE THIS!" all of the time. :)

You have several strengths starting with your correct thinking about the principles of liberty, freedom and justice and the over reaching government who no longer represents us but thinks that they own us.

Add to that your passion for the subject and your ability to eloquently present it verbally and you make for a very strong leader, one who I would support to my death.

Keep it up Adam. Your support will only continue to grow each day.

AW said...

Beautifully done, Adam. Great, great words. (Was thinking of you the other day reading T. Sizer's book Horace's Compromise: The Dilemma of the America High School. He was an educational theorist all about decentralization, respect for adolescents, and respect for educators. I think you'd really like it, especially since you have so much free time for reading ;7) But I think you might match educational philosophies - you know, for when you take over the world some day!)

Allison Bricker said...

May 24th, 2009

Mr. Adam Kokesh,

Thank you for all you have sacrificed and given to the pro-liberty movement and our Republic. Moreover, your self-motivated acknowledgment of the women of the founding generation and pro-liberty movement is greatly appreciated.

Finally, should you move past the exploratory stage and find yourself in need of additional volunteers, please do not hesitate to contact me.

In Liberty,