NASCAR Driver Vows to Reignite America’s Ambition

Robert Bakke was running a multi-million dollar company by the age of 24. He earned his black belt and then flew himself into a career as a jet captain.

He also races NASCAR, and just slam-dunked the American Dream by self-publishing his way to a #1 Ranking on Amazon, something he was told was impossible.

“This is America,” says Bakke, “We are a God-Blessed nation where all things are possible, and that applies to a middle class who needs to be reminded it’s okay to win.”

According to Bakke, “Victory” has been demonized, and that is the real reason behind America’s income gap and shrinking middle class.

Bakke makes a good point by asking, “In a sports contest, which team puts up the most points? The team that believes they can win, or the team that doesn’t think they are supposed to?” Bakke explains, “Americans have been brainwashed into thinking that wealth and winning are wrong.”

Religions Teach Poverty, Schools Teach Losing

According to Bakke, it begins with organized religions teaching “poverty” as being God-like. It extends into our schools with games like scoreless soccer, where “winning isn’t allowed.” The final dagger is the “Class Warfare” coming out of Washington, which has completely shut down the ambition of the middle class, resulting in more and more people declining onto government support.

This all adds up to religious nonsense that we should be losing or living in poverty, when children need to be encouraged to win.

“As for making money,” says Bakke, “Many significant figures in the Bible were the wealthiest men on the planet. In fact, God made Solomon the wealthiest man who would ever live on earth. People need to know that it’s okay to work hard and become successful if we’re ever going to turn America back around. It’s time to replace scoreless soccer with the thrill of victory.”