Dang. I got only 2% of the gubernatorial vote.
From just one congressional district, I got a whole lot more total votes when I ran for 7th district US House Rep in 2004. Almost twice as many votes from just one smallish part of Indiana.
But I ran as a Republican in 2004, so those votes meant nothing. In the same race, on the same issues, against the same incumbent, I went from 3% of the vote as a Libertarian to 45% of the vote as a Republican without changing anything but my team jacket. That 45% of the vote was merely the obeissance from GOP idolaters who’ll typically vote for anybody running as a Republican.
Or perhaps more accurately, they’ll vote against their dreaded tribal enemy, the Democratic Party.
It’s Hatfield versus McCoy. Shirts versus skins.
Or at least so they think.
Actually, the major parties are just two marketing groups for the global banksters who now completely dominate our schools, our mass media, and, obviously, voters. They’re bent on global domination; and thanks to a soullless GOP, they’ve won in all but the final coup de grâce. (That is coming soon)
So my GOP votes meant nothing to me. I’m sorry I even tried to help that devolved embarrassment of a party.
But let’s get back to this year’s race.
I am so proud to know that there are over 56000 patriots in Indiana who voted for the Rule of Law under our precious and proven constitutions. I wish I could personally thank all of you. I wish I could know you personally as friends and allies. I wish I could group hug ever one of you.
More than that, I wish I could get every single one of you onto the Governor’s Mansion lawn with bullhorns, flaming torches and pitchforks to demand that our politicians obey their oaths of office!
Anyway, I thank you all very sincerely.
Let’s stay closely in touch, OK?
We must hang together, or surely we will …hang separately.