logged out today
Date: June 20, 2021 12:59PM
Although this is most likely another cry for attention, and he doesn't truly want to have to work at an actual job like governor, a perverse part of me hopes that he wins. Idaho deserves him.
If he does win, it will be a s**tfest. (Like Oktoberfest, except with s**t.) For the Ammonites, "freedom" means doing anything they want without consequences. I want to see what happens when he's faced with others whose idea of "freedom" is identical, and who are just as militant, but the effect goes against Ammon's own interests.
He encourages protests at the private residences of public officials whose policies he opposes; what will happen when he, as governor, or his own political appointees are met with protests at their own homes?