Out of all of this comes the thought that our federal and local officials write off this conflict as federal supremecy. It tells me that most of our politicians don't understand the "enumerated" powers of the federal government. It tells me most are ignorant to the rights of states vs federal government. The other glarring fact here is that many of our politicians in this state believe in the power of the state over your body and all of it's functions.
The fact that many montanans and it's politicians don't understand the english language. Would someone look up the term "debilitating" in Dorland's Medical Dictionary and tell me what it means? It sure doesn't mean "gramma is in bed dying". Some of these politicians need to look up the meaning of words before they start opening their mouths.
Politicians all have their finger up in the air checking on the wind
direction, and somehow can't feel the 50 mph wind blowing in their faces.
John, a hearty thanks for all you have done, and knowing you, will continue to do. Best of luck in your future en devours.
You don't need to illegally "bribe" public officials. We simply call it a legal "campaign contribution". You americans are so funny. A campaign contribution is bribery. You don't have to do a thing but just wait for their call after they are elected. THEY will ask you what you want. That's how the political system works in this country. It's all about the money and who can give the most.
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