Almost 250 years ago, we declared that all men are created equal. United, we got better.
In 1870, we recognized that equality must include African Americans. United, we got better.
In 1920, a woman's right to vote was finally recognized. United, we got better. And over the last 100 years, despite divisions and inequalities that still exist, we have continued to get better.
Monday the 15th we have the opportunity to show the media that we're united. Will you light the fuse of our Money Bomb by contributing $15, $150, or even $1,500?
Americans are the world's entrepreneurs. We are the innovators. And we are the best country in the world because, over the years, we've denounced undemocratic divisions.
Despite our lessons from history, the two major parties are dividing people into a red team and a blue team. As they do, our problems appear bigger. The divisions seem wider. And our commonalities seem smaller.
But our future is not a game.
That is why people from all over the country are rejecting both major parties. And the divisive rhetoric that is spewed by their leaders.
Instead, we are uniting around a more American concept: That coming together will make us better.
Gov. Gary Johnson