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Unity is important for this reason: “And if a house be divided against itself, that house cannot stand.” Mark 3:25


Click Links To Read… “A Family Thing” & “The Tennessee Visionary Resolution”

An honest person might expect the Tennessee media to take an interest in my signature campaign pledge. Just imagine if I was able to drop two stars from the flag, leaving one star to symbolize unity. Why am I the first person to ever recognize how divisive it is to highlight the geographical sections of our state? Are “we the people” supposed to believe that living in the east. middle or west is an important distinction worthy of respect — more important than feeling united as families and communities?


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  1. Voluntary Campaign Advisors

    When sending my December “event” request to over 1,600 Facebook friends, most of them said “No” or ignored it, about a hundred replied “Maybe,” and a few promised to attend — probably without reading it completely. It would be nice if true friends actually use the secret password to start reading this blog — and register to make comments.

    If you are one of the kind souls — out of 1600 — and have decided to spend “a few minutes each week” to be a “voluntary campaign advisor” — God bless you!

    Let’s strip away superficiality, get down to the nitty gritty, stay honest as possible, refrain from competitive dialogue or rude confrontations — and just focus on coming up with great ideas. Accolades or platitudes or ego-building compliments with all those “hugs, kisses, etc.” comments are nice, but we need to get our minds off ourselves. Let’s use talents wisely in order to tackle extremely complex issues.

    My best advice is… “Let’s keep it simple, precise, realistic, practical and worthy of our involvement – to eliminate any chance of confusion.”

    What is your first suggestion?
    Every person alive today would have a happier life if choices made were based on realistic priorities. As a Christian who believes in Truth, Love, and Beauty, my dream of creating Amerijericho and being elected Governor of Tennessee will conform to my beliefs based on five basic principles –

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