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Freedom to Serve

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From my morning devotional reading.   

For you have been called to live in freedom, my brothers and sisters. But don’t use your freedom to satisfy your sinful nature. Instead, use your freedom to serve one another in love. –Galatians 5:13, NLT

 This is a principle that, when applied, makes for a better society.   We can choose to make everything self-centered, or we can choose to make everything others centered.   One satisfies the sinful nature and delights the flesh, the other satisfies the soul and delights the heart.

I choose to serve others.




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March 30, 2014 at 7:37 am

I offer to serve … again

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The candidate list for the June primary in CA is now complete.   As no other Democrat choose to place their name on the ballot, I again have offered to serve. 

An elected Democrat who lives in the district, and wants to serve in the House, choose to apply for the CA 11th Congressional seat being vacated by George Miller, to play by the party rules.   This is why we do not have choice.  To run opposite an incumbent, when the Central Committee does not ask you to, is to “end your political career” 

Look for  Tony Daysog   DEMOCRATIC   who lives in Alameda and will be on the ballot as    Alameda City Councilmember  but not here in the 13th District.

Here in the 13th you have the Central Committee choosing Barbara Lee for you, or you could make your own choice, and choose me.

Also running is: Peace and Freedom Party member Lawrence N. Allen  and Republican Party member Dakin Sundeen.

You have a choice.  The choice is yours.    It’s your vote.   

This district will elect a Democrat.  It is a “Safe” seat for the Party.

If enough people vote for me in June, and I am the 2nd choice, you will have a choice in November, otherwise the race will effectively be over in June, and the Central Committee’s choice will return to D.C.

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March 22, 2014 at 3:10 pm