What Would Jesus Do?
Judgment day is coming. Jesus Christ is the Judge. The Bible is full of battle, blood and justice. Everyone at the Heath for Governor Campaign fears God more than they fear man. The team God is assembling will not back down to money and power. God is first in their lives. They know that they will answer to God for not confronting evil in themselves, the ones they love and the neighborhood in which they live.
Western institutions are occupied by cowards at the moment. They simply refuse to confront evil. Most of what we are experiencing right now is the result of people choosing to do what is right in their own eyes. They will not do the righteous thing. Period.
Our candidate, Michael Heath, got his fifteen minutes of fame in 1998. He was asked by a reporter what he would do with the political power granted to him by the surprise victory in the Peoples Veto he helped lead. He said that he hoped it would help him become more like Jesus Christ, who never considered power or money a thing. The Bible, in fact, teaches that money is the root of all evil.
While popular imagery portrays the Son of God as a kindly shepherd the Bible also teaches that he is a bloody warrior. He is Judge of the Universe.
Heath said, “We would do well to obey Him.”
Campaign on a Personal Shoestring
The Campaign for Governor doesn’t really heat up until next year. Everything that has been accomplished by the Heath for Governor Campaign to date has been accomplished through volunteer energy and a personal contribution from the Candidate, Michael Stuart Heath. He announced his intention to offer himself as a candidate for the Republican nomination in January of this year. He registered with the Ethics Commission shortly thereafter. The first public reporting deadline is July 15th of this year.
“I’d hoped to generate enough momentum to force Jezebel Janet Kills to open Maine for the tourist season.” Heath observed. “I never drank the covid cult kool aid. But many did. Government is god now for many people.”
Jezebel Janet is the only authority in Maine’s Capitol City. The Legislature hasn’t met for over a year. They hold pretend gatherings using screens.
Heath pronounced, “You can’t get anything human done on a screen. This internet technology is a tool we’ve been given by way of curiosity and invention. It is now being weaponized by forces who wish to control everything about us, especially our thoughts.”
With the help of courageous donors the Campaign will achieve a great victory for Maine people in 2022.
Campaign Schedule Filling Up
Earlier this year candidate Michael Heath asked his wife, Paulie, to help him with scheduling. She’s starting to get busy with the job.
Paulie said, “I am excited about the energy that is building with the Heath for Governor team. I look forward to campaigning together.”
Paulie announced that the duo will return to Aroostook and Penobscot Counties this weekend for a series of meetings in churches and private homes. This follows an appearance tonight by the candidate at the Kennebec County Republican Committee meeting. The meeting will begin with remarks from Heath at the United Pentecostal Church in Augusta.
Next week Heath will address the Androscoggin County Republican Committee.
All public events can be viewed at the Campaign website, heathforgovernor.com