Government cannot grant to us, nor revoke from us; our unalienable Rights bestowed upon us by our Creator- those being Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness.
That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.
These statements above are straight from the Declaration of Independence.
Today I took a small stand and signed my name to vote out Governor Brad Little. I cannot sit idly by and wring my hands over the loss of rights that has occurred since this pandemic started. Gov. Little has stripped away rights of Idahoans. He has stripped away parental rights, he stands to take away medical freedom, he has shut down businesses, and he’s shown himself to be incapable of handling the power that comes with his leadership position as governor of Idaho.
Our unalienable Rights have been deemed insignificant and have been treaded on in the name of public safety. Idahoans need a leader that stands up for and protects the Constitution.
He has suspended parental rights. For me, personally this is a HUGE red flag. He has proposed there won’t be any back to “normal” without forced vaccinations. Again, another red flag, as I stand for people being able to choose their medical care. He has deemed what businesses are essential and which ones aren’t, therefore denying people the right to work. He has closed down churches and the polls. Small businesses are being destroyed in this SCAMDEMIC. Rates of depression, anxiety, and suicides have risen as people are being forced to isolate and lose their livelihoods. He is enforcing and hiring contact tracers. He is demanding compliance to irrational guidelines, guidelines which aren’t laws.
These are only some of the issues that compel me to take a stand and sign my name to recall him.
It takes 20% of registered voters to recall a governor in Idaho. Time will tell. Regardless of what happens, I won’t sit by, being a keyboard warrior or wringing my hands over the loss of rights this country is facing without doing the least I can by signing my name with the hopes for something better for Idaho.
Everything Allison Attitude 2020