I’ve been a Recon Ranger for roughly eight years with the Indiana Army Guard. I took a short break to lead a Sniper Section back in 2012, when I volunteered to run missions in Africa, which eventually fell through.
It is common to go well beyond 20-30 miles into enemy territory to gather intelligence or engage targets for decision makers on the battlefield.
While proper fundamentals and shooting are important to be a sniper and recon, a more important attribute is that you must deliver time sensitive, factual, and very detailed information to commanders or else very bad consequences will develop.
Since you the taxpayer paid for my roughly $1.5 to $2 million training and development, over the last 15 years in service – not only did I want to stand for each and every one of you as a candidate, when Curt Nisly didn’t have the courage to stand and debate, I also want to deliver the facts that my team has gathered on Nisly.
We have heard a lot about “Free People, Limited Government.” Great slogan, Nisly.
I wonder if the big government Washington D.C. consulting firm, Aristotle, he hired came up with it. I for one question anyone who thinks they have enough power, to make me, a child of God, anymore free than I already am. Thanks, Jesus!
About that limited government … I hope you question this as I have. Simply put, Nisly is not going to limit government. How, in what capacity?
He would have to limit townships, municipalities, and your local city and county governments. These already run as lean as they can.
I recommend we combine District 22 and 18 as one district for limited government. Bring things back to par and save the tax payer $100,000 plus approximate and limit the PAC money votes from District 18.
One also has to ask, is this really limited government, when you have all this government backing you?
Senator Carlin Yoder
Senator Ryan Mishler
Speaker Brian Bosma
Representative Wes Culver
Representative Tim Harman
Representative Timothy Wesco
Representative David Ober
Representative David Wolkins
Just some facts to think about.
Candidate for State Representative District 22