For the defeat of Question 2:
Locally where there is daily adoration there is normally one or two folks (sometimes as high as 3) praying, when I came into the church I found two lists. There were 30 people on the list who had come to pray,
After this interview I found a 2nd sign-in sheet that showed a total of 47 by this time.
When I got back we realized that I hadn’t asked at all about question #2 So Geraldine talked about why she opposed it
We shot two different videos to cover all she wanted to say.
Question two is going to cost Massachusetts a lot, in terms of society and I have some advice if it happens.
I’ve already advised my sons to leave the state when they can to get a future. In a one party state where the government stifles business and innovation there is no future for them here.
But if you are 50 or over if question 2 passes, get your affairs in order and get out of this state over the next few years. I’ll stay and fight, somebody has to, but if this passes, don’t wait because if I lose my fight then by that time a generation will have grown up thinking it is acceptable to dispose of the elderly if it saves a buck. Don’t wait until they decide you are obsolete.