Raw milk farmer and aspiring politician Michael Schmidt on “policy of honesty”

What a concept — a politician who promises to tell the truth! The following is from a recent post on Michael’s “Reflections of a Nominee” political blog:

Michael Schmidt talks with federal minister Peter MacKay at a recent reception held in his honour.

No beating around the bushes anymore.

It is not about milk it is about your individual freedom.

If you want to have a say in politics and in the direction we will be going in the future, do not sit back and think that the only time you have a say is during the election itself.

Michael Schmidt talking with Peter MacKay, who is currently the federal minister of National Defense.

This is a lame excuse and is also a contributing factor to the current crisis.  Governments can do whatever they want to do because they counting on you to be laid back, not interested, complacent and cynical.

Yes they count on you to be passive.

Many people simply do not understand the consequences of inaction.

Michael Schmidt takes every opportunity to talk to citizens about their concerns.

I Michael Schmidt will not give you any promises in regards to

Tax cuts; more money in your pocket; a good life or a better Car

Everyone who is of sound mind will understand that.

Michael talks to some of the military men who were in attendance at the event.

However let me be clear that my Policy of Honesty will be the path to a better understanding of what is going on at Queens Park and in your riding.

The Policy of Honesty is based on the premise that you have the right to demand transparency from your MPP and MP.

Meeting people is a big part of the political process for farmer/politician Michael Schmidt.

In order to restore trust and confidence in Government and Government institutions I, Michael Schmidt, will not shy away from exposing internal corruption,  internal shortcomings, and injustice based on violations under the Canadian Charter of Rights and under the Bill of Rights”.

What is important for you?

Let me know

Michael Schmidt talks with the local mayor.

Once again, the link to Michael Schmidt’s political blog.

Photos courtesy of Michael Schmidt, from a recent reception held for Peter MacKay.

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One response to “Raw milk farmer and aspiring politician Michael Schmidt on “policy of honesty”

  1. Michael, I think the federal and provincial agencies should use their assets to help, protect and serve the citizens and the small businesses/farms, rather than be a hindrance.

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