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Op-Ed: The Truth Hurts

By • August 26, 2021

The destruction of our fundamental human rights has moved at warp speed over the last year and a half.  So many who pledged to uphold the constitution have lied.  They have sold their soul and the soul of this beautiful state and country.

As I contemplate the political landscape of Idaho, the words of a young friend are the truest critique of Idaho politics I have heard. “At least those of the left are honest about what they are going to do. You know what they support. A vast majority of Republicans in this state say one thing and then vote another.”

Our Idaho US Senators voted for a massive debt spending bill. I am confident that this will “fundamentally” finish the transformation of our beautiful once free country and state to a full-blown world socialist-communist regime

Idaho GOP sides with big business and stands by while the bodily autonomy of the citizens of this state is violated through needle rape.

I find it abhorrent that the lame-ass excuse of not interfering with business is the excuse.

I fully support getting bureaucrats out of the business world.

Self-perpetuating bureaucratic agencies on the state and federal levels run the show.   I don’t know when there was a real Chief Executor in the governor’s seat in Idaho.  Maybe never.

Do away with every ADAPA rule that has to do with regulating any business. The Brad Little lie of being the most unregulated state in the country is an insult to the people, a mockery to the hardworking citizens that show up every day and battle the red tape that has not been reduced.

He knows nothing of being in business beyond the glory of being the water boy for Idaho Association of Commerce and Industry.

No more tax breaks. If the businesses can’t make it without subsidies from the government, so be it if they can’t float their boat. Small business owners have to take care of themselves. They are the strong backbone of this state and country.  These rules are created to stop competition

For the most part, the GOP is nothing more than socialists wearing a white hat and a red jacket, saying, “I am Republican, vote for me, trust me.”

Every elected official that has voted to take your rights away, if it is insurance that stalks you, or voting for debt in the name of, “if we don’t spend it, someone else will.” Should never hold public office again.  We are not two years old, and we see the truth, this is not a bag of lollipops.  Our society will be crushed under the weight of this debt.   These people are not watching out for you, and they laugh at how malleable we are.

The state of Idaho allows the murder of babies. Those who will not vote to abolish abortion are accessories to close to 1500 murders in Idaho each year. That is four unborn Idaho children a day who will never see their mother’s face.

Government is not the answer. Leaving people alone and letting them work, produce, build wealth, families, and homes is the answer.

I suppose the founders were correct, that the constitution would only last as long as we were a moral people.

I have been a lifelong conservative.  Being second-generation Americans, we learned that working and being independent was freedom not afforded in most countries. America it was.

When I decided to run for office, maintaining that conservativism was very important to me, it was natural for me to believe in the Republican platform.

Establishment legislators are in bed with the Idaho Association of Commerce and Industry.  Legislators who do not believe in subsiding big business, who intended to uphold their oath of office are a minority.

I did not know the level of visceral hate and retribution that would exist in that power structure.

Know your friends, keep them close, know those who wish to destroy and use you even better.  Never turn your back.  Never offer blind allegiance to anyone or anything, only God.

May God bless and keep you; may He hold you in His hand.


Tags: Christy Zito, Idaho Association of Commerce and Industry, Idaho GOP, Republican