Trust | Common Sense | Perseverance

ON THE ISSUES

We as human beings have the ability to reason and construct moral values.  We then use common sense to find common ground with others to form a community.  We expect those that our community gives consent to lead us will hold the same reasoning and common sense and moral values.  We expect those who lead us to protect our equality, unalienable rights, and ability to reason and make common sense, common ground, and common good decisions. 

We are individuals who have worked our way up in the world to positions of leadership, ownership, honor, respect, noble work ethics, and standings in our families and communities.  It is time for government leaders in Maryland to recognize that the family is the most important resource that Montgomery County possesses by giving the family the dignity and respect it deserves.

The family is being threatened by critical issues in Montgomery County.  These include crime, which is enabled by police defunding and police denigration and by the Dignity, Not Detention Act (sponsored and enacted into law by Legislative District 19 Delegates) that gives dignity to illegal actions instead of family values.  Families are neglected on school issues such as Critical Race Theory (CRT), lack of school choice and charter schools, and unnecessary mandates for children to attend school.  Families have lost income due to uncalled for lockdowns that shut down family businesses and kill jobs for family members.

Here are the most critical, and in some cases, hackneyed, initiatives our current Delegates and Montgomery County leaders have initiated that deconstruct our families:

Dignity, Not Detention Act

Educate Against Hate Act (in reality, CRT)

Repeal of the Law Enforcement Officers’ Bill of Rights (denigration of police as “white supremacists”)

Bans on balloons and driveway sealants and continuation of the Rain Tax (demeaning families’ own ability to use good old common sense)

Income based on equity and not equality and good old hard work

School issues that impact families negatively such as CRT; mandates for in-school attendance; defunding School Resource Officers, in addition to police in general

Provision of sanctuary status for criminals, opposition to I-270/I-495 widening to allow family members to get to higher paying jobs, support for Thrive 2050 and rezoning that will destroy family neighborhoods, vaccine passports to travel and be employed, and tax increases to support all of this.

I know that our current Legislative District 19 Delegates do not share common ground with me.  I suspect that is also the case for many of you.  Our current Delegates consistently have taken freedoms away from its citizens to decide on their own what is best for us.  They have, in fact, smothered us in almost every area of our lives, and especially our families, with ever-expanding restrictions on our ability to use good old common sense.

Family leaders know what is best for their families and need political leaders to support family-friendly policies.  Parents do not need politicians dictating what is best for their families.  Families and individuals need political leaders willing to work with, and not against, family-friendly policies.

We as human beings have the ability to reason and construct moral values.  We then use common sense to find common ground with others to form a community.  We expect those that our community gives consent to lead us will hold the same reasoning and common sense and moral values.  We expect those who lead us to protect our equality, unalienable rights, and ability to reason and make common sense, common ground, and common good decisions.  

We are individuals who have worked our way up in the world to positions of leadership, ownership, honor, respect, noble work ethics, and standings in our families and communities.  It is time for government leaders in Maryland to recognize that the family is the most important resource that Montgomery County possesses by giving the family the dignity and respect it deserves.

The family is being threatened by critical issues in Montgomery County.  These include crime, which is enabled by police defunding and police denigration and by the Dignity, Not Detention Act (sponsored and enacted into law by Legislative District 19 Delegates) that gives dignity to illegal actions instead of family values.  Families are neglected on school issues such as Critical Race Theory (CRT), lack of school choice and charter schools, and unnecessary mandates for children to attend school.  Families have lost income due to uncalled for lockdowns that shut down family businesses and kill jobs for family members.

Here are the most critical, and in some cases, hackneyed, initiatives our current Delegates and Montgomery County leaders have initiated that deconstruct our families:

Dignity, Not Detention Act

Educate Against Hate Act (in reality, CRT)

Repeal of the Law Enforcement Officers’ Bill of Rights (denigration of police as “white supremacists”)

Bans on balloons and driveway sealants and continuation of the Rain Tax (demeaning families’ own ability to use good old common sense)

Income based on equity and not equality and good old hard work

School issues that impact families negatively such as CRT; mandates for in-school attendance; defunding School Resource Officers, in addition to police in general

Provision of sanctuary status for criminals, opposition to I-270/I-495 widening to allow family members to get to higher paying jobs, support for Thrive 2050 and rezoning that will destroy family neighborhoods, vaccine passports to travel and be employed, and tax increases to support all of this.

I know that our current Legislative District 19 Delegates do not share common ground with me.  I suspect that is also the case for many of you.  Our current Delegates consistently have taken freedoms away from its citizens to decide on their own what is best for us.  They have, in fact, smothered us in almost every area of our lives, and especially our families, with ever-expanding restrictions on our ability to use good old common sense.

Family leaders know what is best for their families and need political leaders to support family-friendly policies.  Parents do not need politicians dictating what is best for their families.  Families and individuals need political leaders willing to work with, and not against, family-friendly policies.

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Authority: Citizens for Frank Nice
Treasurer: James Appel