I have been very busy running my bakery, and loving my wife, family, friends, and Country.
I am voicing my opinion for the People as I’ve been called upon by petition of the Citizens of Iowa.
AMERICA, our elections are not fair and balanced. The Political class has been telling people who to vote for as long as many of us can remember while electing and re-electing many people who serve special interests and money hungry groups of people. It is public record.
Companies continue to infringe, lay off, and attempt to destroy families all while paying meager attention to the working class who are struggling to survive.
AMERICANS MUST ACT LEGALLY AND CONSTITUTIONALLY TO DEFEND THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA NOW!
Nothing should imprison Americans as debtors of fees and taxes.
All statements of candidates should be publicized before elections, fair and frequent.
America’s Honorable Founding Fathers did not tell anyone who to vote for, in any terms whatsoever. They defended what they believed in. Most of us have loved ones and ancestors die while trying to protect our Freedom on this earth.
The biggest embarrassment to OUR COUNTRY are the individuals who continue to play politics like a game and few people hear of it, see it, or understand it.
Additionally, whether one is a claimed part of a political party or not, no one should work to silence or slander or hurt anyone. We must be fair and give everyone a chance such as mature, wise individuals do and as the American tradition is.
This is America; Americans are fair and we do not tolerate litter, lying, stealing, favoritism, greed, poverty, pain, empty promises and empty suits.
A call to all Citizens:
VOTE FOR THE CANDIDATES WHO HAVE HAD NO SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS OR THE POLITICAL CLASS TELL ANYONE WHO TO VOTE FOR!
Vote Tuesday, June 8 in the Primary elections.
If you need information on where to vote, visit my self-designed website with public information and links to other sites, IowaPatriot.com
TAKE YOUR GOVERNMENT BACK
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