"Now comes the time for all of us to do our duty in this battle to preserve all that makes America great. If you can give, give. If you can speak, speak. If you can write, write. If you can run, run. But do all you can. Now is the moment.
... Winston Churchill said before Congress in 1941, "He must indeed have a blind soul who cannot see that some great purpose and design is being worked out here below, of which we have the honor to be faithful servants." There is a great purpose being worked out and, as President Bush said so many times, the Almighty's purpose is freedom.
You have a role to play; a duty to fulfill. You are to be the faithful servants of freedom in this hour. You've gathered in this nation's Capital to take your stand for what makes this country great. A Capital filled with memorials to America's heroes, men and women whose faces are carved in bronze, whose names adorn monuments, and just across that river, whose remains lie quietly as testament to their heroism for our freedom. In their time they did their part. Now it's your turn.
Let us do as generations of Americans have done before, let us stand for what has always been the source of American greatness: our faith in God and our freedom. And if we hold that banner high, I believe with all my heart, the good and great people of this land will rally to our cause."