Hailing from Pennsylvania, just slightly less oppressed than you people, I admire your continued and fervent protest against what has become a despicable power grab by someone who hasn’t the character to resist the temptation. Power for Gov. Witless is like crack cocaine. It drives her far beyond rational thinking, something she was ill suited for in the best of times. I feel bad for you Michiganders, I truly do. Our own Gov. Wolfman, another very dim bulb reveling in his sudden Napoleon stature, has or very soon will destroy thousands of families and small businesses, much like your own little dictator. I know these people in our small rural county. They are like Michiganders good people: hard working, patriotic, law abiding and focused on their families first. I know most of them had no savings to fall back on and many are going hungry (or at this point are getting real tired of fresh venison😁) so that their kids can eat. And they WANT to work instead of getting stimulus (a/k/a relief) checks. The ‘dole’ degrades them.
NO ONE, not Gov.’s Witless or Wolfman, has the right to deprive their citizens of the right to livelihood and property rights, and particularly not in their current arbitrary and dictatorial manner. The Communist virus is a nasty foe but Americans are smart and know how to fight and win. Our governors are sadly not so blessed.
I‘m retired for 18 months and somewhat insulated from the economic hardship. My heart aches for our families facing each day with serious questions of survival - economic and physical. I feel for their children’s hunger and sadness, their neglected animals and pets, the depression that permeates our communities. And I am VERY PISSED OFF - let me repeat - VERY VERY PISSED OFF - that lightweight, egotistical, arrogant politicians who have no financial skin in the game continue to dictate what we can or cannot do. I for one have decided to exercise serious civil disobedience until these political huckleberries are reined in. In my own way I will continue to apply pressure. Be imaginative - there are lots of ways to bring mass pressure on these yayhoots dressed up as concerned leaders.
Keep up the protests but peacefully if possible. I would suggest however you lay in a good supply of tar, feathers and fresh cut hemlock poles and be willing to exhibit them when needed. It worked 250 years ago.
If we are to hold onto the individual freedoms we always took for granted it‘s time to fight for them. As the saying goes, you can slowly vote yourself into tyranny but you’ll have to shoot your way out. We cannot leave that chore to our grandkids.