Sno Valley's Objective Journalism

The media is beginning to recognize Mark as a major contender for lieutenant governor.

The Sno Valley Star has mentioned the candidacy of our candidate, Mark Greene, for lieutenant governor of Washington state in an article about another contender, state legislator Glenn Anderson (who is from Fall City). This is a sign that the media is paying attention to the near 100,000 votes that Mark received in the King County elections director election last month, and that that big support has catapulted Mark as a major contender for lieutenant governor. However, the other Washington media just about fell all over themselves when a washed-up former legislator, Bill Finkbeiner, announced he was a candidate a  few weeks ago. You got the feeling that the media, like they generally do, was trying to anoint the two primary qualifiers, including incumbent Brad Owen, eight months ahead of time. Why do we need elections anyway if we have the media telling everybody who the winners are way ahead of time, which is exactly the self-fulfilling prophecy that some of them are trying to establish? Congratulations to the Star for being objective like journalism is suppose to be. Anderson and Finkbeiner are Republicans, which is exactly the kind of split we need for Mark, probably the only lt. governor candidate supportive of Ron Paul-type foreign policy anti-intervention, to make the Top 2 in the primary. Another Republican, or two, and a Constitution Party candidate would remind of us of that old saying, "the more, the merrier."

The Lieutenant Governor has only one official duty and that is to preside over the State Senate, therefore Mark will study the Robert's Rules of Order. If elected, in unofficial duties, Mark will concentrate on emergency management in a state that is susceptible to earthquakes, and one having the Hanford nuclear waste debacle on its hands, and one nuclear power plant. We must learn from the Japan crisis earlier this year, and begin to phase out nuclear energy altogether and transform to solar, wind, geothermal and other non-nuclear and non-fossil fuel energy systems. Where to put the nuclear waste that has already been made will be a major headache for society even as we begin to phase out nuclear energy, but one we'll have to deal with. If elected, I will also be trying to phase out genetically modified food in Washington state by mandating labeling. People, generally, won't buy GMO food if it is labeled, which is why the shady Monsanto Corporation fights proposals for labeling so vigorously. Please, send an e-mail to mark@partyofcommons.com to get a petition page (and anywhere from 2 - 10 signatures) that will get Mark on the ballot. Thanks.

If possible, please, consider contributing to campaign by sending a check or money order to Mark Greene for Lieutenant Governor Comm., P.O. Box 612, Bellevue, WA 98009. Also, Mark is depending on supporters to spread the word about the campaign to get around the media bias regarding non-establishment campaigns. Thank you! Mark is probably the only politician in Washington that had the temerity to keep the 2004 election shenanigans in the news as late as 2011 and to call out names. Elections are too important for shams to be ignored and for accountability to be neglected.

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