There are millions of Seniors in America today. We have valuable experience and lifetime lessons to be heard and used in preserving our nation’s basic freedoms while ensuring individual opportunity.
We see sweeping changes taking place in America today. These changes will affect each one of us, our children and our grandchildren. For us Seniors to have a strong voice in these changes, the 912 Super Seniors look to the 912 concept of “Principles not Parties” and its 9 principles and 12 values. Many Super Seniors have lived entire lives based on these tenets.
Based on the 912 framework, the Super Seniors create a forum to:
- Educate 912 Super Seniors by asking questions, sharing information and checking facts on issues affecting 912 Super Seniors’ health care, financial security, and the precious legacy of America’s freedoms for which they fought and sacrificed.
- Empower 912 Super Seniors to recognize the value of our life lessons learned regarding human nature, success/failure, and happiness; then apply those lessons to help ourselves and to educate children, grandchildren, friends and neighbors;
- Act as each 912 Super Senior chooses, having discussed what other Americans are doing to make a difference. As individuals or as a group, we 912 Super Seniors can use our votes, our voices and our influence to guard our freedoms and to guide our local, state and national communities.
The 912 concept as conceived by Glenn Beck emanates from the feeling of national unity and solidarity in America the day after 9-11.
Americans experienced profound grief and shock and came together to help one another.
The 912 groups function around 9 Principles and 12 Values
- America is a good place, not perfect, but good.
- I believe in God and He is the center of my life.
- I must try to be a better, more honest person than I was yesterday.
- The family is sacred. My spouse and I are the ultimate authority.
- If you break the law you pay the penalty. Justice is blind and no one is above it.
- I have a right to life, liberty and pursuit of happiness and not a guarantee of equal results.
- I work hard for what I have. I will share it with whom I choose. Governments cannot “force citizens to be charitable”.
- It is not un-American for me to disagree or to share my personal opinion.
- The elected officials work for me. I do not answer to them. They answer to me.
- Hard Work
- Personal Responsibility