Forget about parking tickets today
“My Country, ’tis of thee, sweet land of liberty…” Loss of civil liberty is in the news daily because of interrogation techniques used by the United States against suspected terrorists. When did you learn what “waterboarding” meant? Do you ever wonder who’s listening to your telephone conversations? Or, sharing your identity?
10 million parking tickets were issued in one year in New York City, generating more than $600M in revenue. New York Parking Ticket, LLC fights for your freedom to move about New York City without a parking ticket warrior wrongfully aiming a ticket missile at your windshield. We fight New York City parking tickets. That’s our passion.
But, today is an incredibly special day. Let’s put aside fighting parking tickets, or paying parking tickets. Don’t think about the loss of civil liberty or all the other challenges you face. Today you’re part of history. Imagine what will be written by historians 50 years from now. Your grandchildren will ask you, “grandpa/grandma, what was it like electing the first black man President. Did you go to the Inauguration? How did President Obama’s speech effect you? Did you like the speech?”
Every new U.S. President shines a beacon of hope for the world. Remember President Kennedy and Camelot? President Reagan? Special men generate passion inside you. They have a way of inspiring action.
Take a few moments and listen to two wonderful speeches, before you listen to another great speech today. Follow the links below back in history. President Kennedy’s, “Ich bin ein Berliner” speech; and Dr. Martin Luther Kings, “I had a Dream” speech.
Today’s an incredibly special day. Don’t miss it!
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