Beyond property rights
Tough times make for tough choices. The world has become a very troubled place. Thankfully, our inalienable right to choose who represents our concerns for basic needs remains a constant. We the people still have time to correct some past wrongs. One of those was to sign away our sovereignty to oil and gas behemoths with foreign interests and whose stocks are traded commodities. What we are left with, whether we’ve signed leases or not, no pointing fingers, is our right to protect our safety. We do still have a voice. We do still have a say in how the situation in Damascus plays out.
We can elect a candidate for supervisor who has courage to ask questions, the intellect to see the whole picture, the sense of purpose to represent all with no agenda but to lead and the heart to stay in the game from way back when our property rights were threatened in the late ‘70s. Men, women, people who care that we keep our rights close to home, please vote for Dolores Keesler for Damascus Township Supervisor on November 8. It’s about getting it right—this time.