1 Freedom of religion, speech,
press, assembly, and petition
2 Right to keep and bear arms
4 Freedom from unreasonable
searches and seizures.
5 Right to due process of law
9 Other rights of the people.
10 Powers reserved to the states.
Add to this Freedom of medical decisions. Where do you think
this should be added? Is this perhaps covered under #9 "other rights
of the people" not expressly framed in the Constitution or Bill of
The issue of medical freedom does cause us to ponder, lose
sleep, have passionate discourse, and pray ALOT. While the vaccine's
efficacy can be debated to eternity, what we as conservatives can agree
upon, is that we as free Americans, have the right to choose. We already
know the rights above are under attack, they are continually challenged in
court and are obviated by the powers of our social media kingpins to keep
us pressed down, separated and discouraged. And yes, we lost the recall
election....but whining about the state of affairs opens up our party, and
us individually, to the defeat of hell.
"It's never the wrong time to do the right
thing."** The right thing now is to fight back against Vaccine
Mandates and Vaccine Passports. Vaccine mandates not only infringe on our
ability to shop, socialize, and support businesses financially, it
infringes upon people's right to make a living. Everyone should be able to
work regardless of medical decisions. Making its way through our
legislature right now (and posted later in this newsletter) is an "End
of Life" bill, which you can be sure Newsom will sign into law. If you
can end your life, you should be able to live your life without undue
burdens or threat of arrest and restriction.
I support you if you had the vaccine because I want you to
be safe and feel safe, and I am grateful if you survived Covid. Each of us
have our own journey to navigate through this difficult time and I am
thankful we can come together in agreement to keep our Nation as one Nation
under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.
Patricia Peterson, President