The polls are in

I hate political polls.  If they have no effect on the way people vote, why do them?  If they do have an effect on the way people vote, however, it’s immoral and in every other way wrong to do them.

We should vote on right and wrong, truth versus lies…not on odds and poll numbers.

But given the Hatfield v McCoy/ robbing Peter to pay Paul mentality that fuels our politics today, let me just offer a simple message by the prevailing paradigm:

Don’t waste your vote on Jill Long Thompson.  She can’t win.  No way.

Don’t waste your vote on Mitch, either.  He’s already got you for another four years.

If you want your vote to say something at all, vote for me.  That vote will tell Mitch that you want him to obey the oath of office.  It will tell Governor Daniels that you’re not giving him a free pass to do whatever he wants to do with your life, liberty and property.  It will tell all politicians that voters want the constitutions that protect citizens from ungoverned government.  A vote for me says, “I’m onto y’all…we want our rights and property and lives back.”

So if you’re on the fence about who’ll get your vote for Governor of Indiana, vote for law and order, peace and principle…vote for Andy Horning for Governor and Lisa Kelly for Lt. Governor.

 

Betcha Didn’t Know…

Did you know…

  • That most government spending is illegal?
  • That tax-funded schools are supposed to be identical/equal all across the state? 
  • That it’s illegal to take personal property tax for schools?
  • That justice is supposed to be tax-paid without any additional purchase?
  • That constitutional rights cannot be regulated?
  • That all Indiana politicians swear oaths to both Indiana and USA constitutions?
  • That politicians have only the powers specifically written into constitutions?
  • That only citizens can interpret constitutions, and only jurors can interpret laws?
  • That politicians must obey constitutions…as written?

Well, politicians certainly don’t want you to know these facts, but they’re all clearly written into the laws that protect you from politicians – the state and federal constitutions.

Why belabor the minor nuisances of corporate/political corruption, entrenched political powers, wild spending, shortsighted tax policy or even the “wasted vote” deceit that you’ll no doubt hear over and over again in this campaign?  These are all symptoms; not the disease itself. 

The disease is ungoverned government.  It’s the only anarchy that has ever existed – power without restraint.  And the solution is simple.  You must govern your government.

Fortunately, that’s simple.  You can simply vote for those who swear to honor their oaths of office “to support the Constitution of this State, and of the United States.” 

Unfortunately, all your neighbors don’t know what you now know, and it costs money to get their attention.  Even more unfortunately, the enemies of the simple, uniform justice written into our laws pay lots of money to get special deals.  They pay even more to deceive us.  Too few are willing to pay for a Fair Deal.

Please read through these Indiana Constitution excerpts, and consider what you can do to take back what’s yours by law.

Make checks payable to: Horning for Governor, 7851 Pleasant Hill Road, Freedom, IN 47431.