Why I didn’t Vote on Tuesday
This past Tuesday was election day. I didn’t vote.
You are probably thinking, “You want to be Governor of Maine and you didn’t vote?!” Yup. I am willing to serve as Governor … and I didn’t vote.
Why would I? The politicians haven’t listened to majority votes for my entire lifetime. This is especially true on so called “social issues.” The Republicans have mastered the art of winning votes from Christians during the election, and then pivoting away when they assume power.
Additionally, I’m still fatigued from my three trips to DC following the steal of last November’s election. Mail in voting is stealing. As long as our voting rules are as permissive as they are I may vote only when I’m on the ballot. I can trust myself to do the right thing with the constitutional power that would be vested in me as Governor. I don’t trust Paul Turn LePage or Jezebel Janet Kills.
Shoot, I don’t even trust myself fully. That’s one of the big reasons I like the separation of powers that the framers wrote into our constitutional republic. The court and legislature are reliable checks on executive power when they are following the constitution. Unfortunately nobody follows the constitution anymore because ignoring it helps them maintain the sexygendytrannylgbtqy status quo — which has become absolutely perverted unhinged insanity.
Had I voted I would have rejected the CMP Corridor. Two thirds of the Legislature needs to approve that proposal. Lobbyists should be banned from the State House so that our elected “representatives” can actually get some real work done. Lobbyists should be replaced by Christian priests and pastors in prayer.
Then we might have a fighting chance to hold onto this wonderful gift of a constitutional republic created and preserved for us by the blood sacrifices of our forbears.
Sorry for the white supremacy. I can’t help myself.