a decent respect pt 2
A good governor must have a decent respect to the opinions of those he (or she) serves.
A good governor must make himself available to the People.
A good governor must not only be willing to listen to the People, but enjoy listening (even when they may not be very happy).
A good governor must be able to respond with sound reason. Power resides in the sentiment of the People, and if he (or she) cannot tap into that power, and appeal to it using sound reason, he (or she) is “as useless as t!#@ on a boar.” (Pardon my French.)
Such will be the case with both Pillen and Blood. Pillen can’t even be found. Like Xiden, he’s hiding in the basement and depending on his puppet masters to get him over the finish line. Despicable. He’s not about the people. He’s afraid of the people. And he will remain in hiding if elected, and only come out when a news camera shows up and he can read a script.
Nebraska needs a new approach. Nebraska needs a courageous and powerful governor. Not one courageous and powerful unto himself, but one courageous and powerful FOR the People. (Anyone remember that phrase, “government of, by and FOR the people?”)
Anyone who cowered in fear of the globalist fear porn covid narrative cannot, by definition, be a courageous and powerful governor.
A Borer administration won’t be “playing church.” We won’t be pretending to govern. We won’t be busybodies, either. Quite the contrary. We will be listening to you and working our tails off to defend your God-given rights to Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness. We will be working hard to reduce and bring to an end unnecessary government intrusion into your life.
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A write-in campaign is FAR from impossible. On November 2, 1954, Strom Thurmond won with 63 percent of the vote and became the first person ever elected to the Senate as a write-in candidate in the general election. He did so by capitalizing on public outrage. (There’s a lot of outrage in Nebraska right now.) His party had taken the choice of a candidate away from the People. Much like what happened here in the recent Nebraska Primary. (The People didn’t choose. Private interests chose.) If the Party can’t stand for election integrity, it can’t stand for anything. A “nominee” with no election integrity behind his “election” is not a nominee. Read more about the Thurmond story here.
I was invited up to Spalding this past Saturday where some 350-ish UNL students were camping overnight by the river and having a good time. The host thought they (mostly Republicans), and their parents, by extension, would like to hear from a gubernatorial candidate that actually stands for their God-given rights and did so during UNL’s covid tyranny over the last two years. He was right.
The message very much resonated. Masks suck. Not to mention being idiotic. Testing as well. Pillen never said a word. NOT A WORD.
Part 1 of “a decent respect” can be found here.
God bless. Hazard is Thursday (see below).