We the people do NOT promote our Governors to Dictator just because we have a crisis.
Legislators must correct this before the next crisis.
The Governor must not be able to pull business licenses from business owners just because they don't comply with his unconstitutional orders.
The Governor must be required to call the legislature into session to discuss what has to be done in a time of 'crisis'. Then what ever passes the house and senate and is approved by the signature of the Governor will regulate the crisis, not the whims of whoever occupies the Governor's mansion.
We the people refuse to exchange our liberty for 'security'.
We have NOT enjoyed our free 40 day trial of socialism!
Pn, we are in PA, too. The dictator Wolf has to be removed from the hen house. We have an article coming out Monday calling for his impeachment. We are giving him a chance to respond to the article. In it we are alleging that he is mentally unfit to maintain office because in part he is conflicted and acting in his own self interest instead of the interest of the public. He is 70 years old and has had trouble with cancer within the last two years so he is one of those in the high risk category. Just because he is governor does not give him the right to shut down the entire state for his own self preservation. The fact that he has completely ignored the bill that our representatives passed to re-open the state is proof that he is acting alone, as a dictator, in his decisions.
@CAAPSorg That's great!Let us know what he does. What will happen if he ignores it? Then they all will.
@CAAPSorg Unfortunately impeachment won't happen because his party will back him up.
I'm in MI. We must stick together. Our gov. keeps us all inside right where she wants us. Can you imagine-it isn't legal to plant a garden? or go fishing if we have a motor boat, or go to our cottage-but it's somehow good to go to a state park. She makes no sense. Abortions are essential, but elective surgery isn't. You can buy all the alcohol you want but you have to stay home to drink it. What could go wrong? Since the Lansing protest, she has relented some. We must have scared the naz*.
Val, I have a lot of respect for your protesters. We have been following them closely and particularly love the fact that you marched on the capital and camped out at the Governor's house with guns. I am not advocating violence without an understanding of the costs, but our organization has been saying that we have been in a war for a long time, and military history shows that the last phase of every war is armed conflict. I am not sure if we are there, yet, but these Governors have to understand that THAT is where this is headed if they don't back off. I think it was an excellent display of intent to have the protest like that and I am not sure if anyone noticed but right after they showed up at her house, en masse looking like an armed army, so made an announcement that she was going to start relaxing restrictions. Our official position is that 'relaxing' restrictions, and 're-opening' plans are not enough. There should never be a relaxation or plan to return something that should have never been taken in the first place. To condone such gives credibility that the taking was in fact a correct form of action and if we condone that action then we are granting permission for them to do it again. You can read more about our official response and recommendations here: https://caapsorg.org/2020/04/25/plans-for-re-opening-states-stop-the-dictatorship/
In the mean time, keep up the great work out there in Michigan. We have our eyes open and are ready to assist as necessary.