America’s success in space is due to cheerful persistence, despite dangers and challenges
By Newt Gingrich (original source Fox News)
“This is the moment to remember that cheerful persistence is the key to America’s success in space.
We have lost rockets. We have lost satellites. Tragically, we have lost people. Yet, again and again, Americans return to inventing, discovering, and developing the future.
This commitment to progress – despite frustrations, disappointments, and difficulties – was held by the original settlers crossing a dangerous Atlantic Ocean in small ships.
It was possessed by the pioneers following Daniel Boone and others into dangerous places with unknown threats.
It was embodied by the wagon trains and after them the railroad builders.”
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