We don’t feel anyone is listening.
We are a people in anguish of our government gone awry, a country that’s lost its way, a state in a battle between those who believe the family should be the basic unit of our society, and those who believe modern government knows better.
We have faith.
We believe in those who have passed before us, and treasure the lessons and struggles of generations past. We don’t believe in destroying or marginalizing our shared histories, regardless of flaw, because we know humans will repeat mistakes—and nations will fail—when they abandon the lessons of their forefathers under the guise of progress.
We believe in risk.
We believe in letting people make good decisions, and bad decisions, and collectively pulling society into the future with entrepreneurial spirit and creative work. Businesses are the backbone of Montana’s economy, not the enemy. We don’t believe in leadership by lawsuit. We believe in personal and corporate responsibility, honesty, and grace.
We believe in teaching our kids to compete, to love, to learn, to respect.
The morals of our children should come from our families, from our faiths. Kids and adults need to be able to fail, so they learn what it means to succeed. We believe our society is based upon equal opportunity, not equal outcomes.
We believe in Montana!
We believe the people share a special bond with the beautiful land of our state. Our seasons and weather give us unique perspective, our work ethic gives us advantage, our heritage gives us direction, and our children and grandchildren give us hope. We believe economically Montana should rank near the top compared to our 49 peer states, not the current bottom. We believe we can do better, and it’s our calling to expand the Montana economy and create capital, opportunity, and jobs.