So, considering that Provo’s municipal offices are perennially dominated NOT by humble rights-defenders but by arrogant rights-violators who aspire to centrally-plan our municipal economy (see Problems), what shall we do?
Thankfully, we don’t need to respond to such grievances by leaving bloody footprints on the snows of Valley Forge, as our progenitors once did, but we would still do well to risk a few sore feet on a warm summer day. We should be out knocking on our neighbors’ doors in order to peacefully motivate them, educate them, inform them, mobilize them, and organize them for perennial electoral victory, among other activities.
In order to successfully retake our city from these relative statists, we at Free Provo suggest that we focus on at least four tasks, which are (1) qualifying for divine assistance, (2) involving ourselves properly, (3) multiplying our efforts, and (4) improving our electoral options. We should also consider ratifying a new charter for our city.
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