Treatygate

NOW is the right time to do the right thing – not later

I’m getting quite a few people telling me that they support what I’m doing, but don’t want to get involved until they’ve seen how the initial meetings go.

Well, to me, that’s not good enough.

Therefore let me say this…

Whatever we become — a political party or whatever — I will be giving priority to those who gave me their support when I needed it most.

And that is right now — starting tomorrow, in Greenlane. Not some time in the future.

Just so you know. 🙂

Also, do not assume from the name of the venue that I am anything to do with the Christian right. I am most decidedly not.

I am not religious, as I prefer to use my mind to think for myself.

But I know many wonderful people who are.

Some of them are praying for me, and I am very touched by that.

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One thought on “NOW is the right time to do the right thing – not later

  1. You are right, John. Not to support you immediately if they agree with what you are doing is weak and cowardly. They don’t need to have their names broadcast from the rooftops but there are many ways they can help behind the scenes and should do so. I get very angry with such people and feel there are far too many of them.

    Good luck with Greenlane. Let’s hope many come out in full force. That’s if they aren’t also waiting to see how things go before they do anything??!! Pathetic wimps, in my personal opinion. This issue is far too serious for such antics. Get a grip people, if you are in this category, and join us to force essential change. Don’t just leave it to others and then join in later when you have seen which way the wind blows.

    Forgive my fury, John, but I’m very annoyed with people who think like this. Thankfully there are many good people who are willing to do what it takes.

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