They’d never vote for me.

I would let grocery people run grocery stores.

75% reduction in grocery store services all across WA

I would let restaurant people run restaurants. They have an incentive to keep their customers safe and happy.

Leavenworth COVID And Beer Drinking Oddities

I would let medical people run hospitals.

I would let church people run churches. Dozens of choices for worship would be in place. Each place of worship would be free of any mandates handed down by the Governor’s office. People would be free to attend any church or none at all.

I would let families be in charge of families.

Hey Grandma

I would let Moms and Dads be in charge of their children.

I would let businesspeople run fitness centers.

I would let the owners of bars and taverns decide on indoor smoking, serving times, closing times, etc.

Bars and taverns to allow consumption of marijuana? Yes.

No furnishing to minors. No driving while impaired. Same rules as for alcohol.

Customers would support or walk away from the businesses of their choosing.

Port Townsend and the Sound of Freedom

Alcohol Sales Must End At 10 p.m.


As Governor, I would be in charge of things like policy for state parks. I would end daytime parking fees for state parks.

Enjoy Washington’s Natural Heritage

I would be in charge of the WA National Guard.

Along with other Governors, I would work to reduce National Guard deployments to distant lands unless a military emergency, national emergency, draft, or declaration of war, was linked to the movement of troops. The video below provides several references to preventing another 911.

As Governor, I would make myself available to the press as often as possible in order to answer questions and to assist them in their role in keeping the public informed.

WA COVID – Press Release Style of News Reporting

JFK speaks about the role of the press in a free society:



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Another Month With An R at Captain Thomas Coupe Park – Site Visit


Several Whidbey beaches remain closed all year long for recreational shellfish harvest because of sewage treatment outfall.

Sewage treatment outfall. Not stormwater.

Reporting on this topic appears to be completely off limits to the press.

View the Washington State Department of Health beach list here.

More here:

High Quality Water For Puget Sound? – Recreational Shellfish Harvesting CLOSED Year-Round