Collectivists are a dangerous species in that they are like bugs specifically Halyomorpha halys–brown marmorated stink bugs. This year for whatever reason stink bugs are popping up everywhere and whenever I see one in my home, I take it outside to free it, but also to get it out of my house. But there are so many of them that even though I could crush one of the little bugs with little effort, the creatures can ultimately consume my time as I try to address each one of them individually. The labor unions, political party driven insurgents, and other progressive groups have had a target on my friend Kelly Kohls for a long time. She has put herself out there pushing for real change especially on the education front—and has drawn a lot of stink bugs into her life. One of those stink bugs—Shannon Jones in a close alliance with the Governor John Kasich and the Republican Party in Ohio have looked at Kelly’s primary challenge of Jones’ Senate seat and come directly after the former Springboro School Board President using the same tactics progressive groups have used against her in the past—a bankruptcy filing. Of course this action comes straight out of the Republican Party to defend their grip on power at any cost. So Kelly wanted to get her message out and answer Jones’ accusations—and of course I helped her. I take the stink bugs out of my house without killing them—but I also intend to do the same thing with all the progressives and weak-kneed politicians in Columbus and Washington, and Shannon Jones and her John Kasich boot licking ways needs to be carried outside where they can no longer stink up the place with apathy and inaction. Here is Kelly’s message one week before the primary challenge for Jones’ seat on May 6th 2014.
Progressives thought it was outrageous that Kelly Kohls even had a mortgage of $829,000 on a $450,000 home—and that her bankruptcy was a sign of fiscal recklessness. This is because most of Kelly’s harshest critics are those who work for government and make great salaries doing almost nothing. Learning how to accept progressive causes into their lives preserves their incomes. They don’t start businesses or deal with money-making opportunities. They simply take money so to progressives, it is a mystery as to where money comes from—and they believe it to be finite. They emphasize the large sums of money to point out that Kelly is operating above the average norm for the “middle class” which was a term created by labor unions.
However, Kelly has five kids and most of them have gone to college by now. Kelly herself holds a doctorate so a lot of money has been spent in the Kohls family on education and college these days is a $50K to $100K enterprise. So Kelly hasn’t been spending money hanging out at Jags buying $300 meals every night for her friends—she’s been getting her education, putting her kids through college, and starting entrepreneurial enterprises. All that together easily adds up to a million dollars when you try to do all those things in the same fiscal decade. Since progressives get most of what they want in life by begging, mooching, and looting—they don’t understand Kelly Kohls—but I do, and have no problem at all standing with her in a run for State Senate.
Kelly doesn’t share all my views, she is certainly an A type personality and that can rub other A type personalities the wrong way, but she shares with me a love of tradition and commitment to spirituality. If she doesn’t want to cook meals for her husband and await him at the door with his slippers and a newspaper that is her business within her family and I’m alright with it. It’s a decision she has to make between her husband and her. It certainly wouldn’t stop me from voting for her for State Senator of the 7th District. Are women equal to men? Most of the time women are better—on intellectual matters especially. But men are built for heavy lifting both physically and emotionally—and this is why traditional roles had men and women separating their tasks in such a way. The man came home and was recharged by his wife for the next day’s battles. However, politics is an intellectual pursuit, and in it Kelly Kohls is less prone to corruption, deals, and peer pressure than a John Kasich type because of her intellectual aptitude.
Shannon Jones is not as directed as Kelly is. She allowed herself to be steered into proposing the Senate Bill 5 controversy to drastically pull back the power of public sector unions in Ohio. When that bill was repealed Jones and Kasich retreated into progressive pandering and Obamacare Medicaid expansion. Shannon went right along with the party line whatever it was and did not think for herself—so she needs to be carried outside with all the other stink bugs and set free from the State House. Kelly is much better equipped intellectually, and spiritually to do the job of Senator of the 7th District.
I’ve known Kelly for quite a while and one thing that she is at her very core is something that I recognize as being the highest quality there is for a woman—she is a mom first and everything else second. Kelly has been a political activist and political contributor now that her children are grown because she wishes to bring her nurturing tendencies to the State of Ohio instead of just her home. My wife has no such desires—but she is not an A type personality like Kelly and I. Progressives have created the modern definitions for womanhood and like their fiscal policies—they are all wrong and are ruining the lives of everyone who follows them. The real roles of traditionalist, conservatives, and men and women is far more complicated than the progressive stink bugs can wrap their minds around and that is not Kelly’s problem—nor mine.
Kelly and her husband filed for bankruptcy trying to make things happen—the way they were supposed to. But the business climate changed on them leaving them hanging over the edge of a cliff for which they were dropped. The bankruptcy laws in America were created to encourage investment risk because that is the requirement of capitalism. Government workers do not take risks, they figure out whose boots they have to lick—and they do so to protect their jobs and keep the tax money flowing into their pockets. They don’t typically try to start businesses, they don’t typically take responsibility for raising their own children—they send them off to public school to have the task done for them—and they certainly don’t take risks. Kelly Kohls has, and now she is doing it again going after an established Senator in Shannon Jones during the May 6th primary. And for that risk, the stink bugs are attacking her with that terrible odor they emit, which the media is happy to play off of.
Kelly simply wants to take the stink bugs out of the State House one by one starting with Shannon Jones. Of course they won’t like it, but they don’t have a choice. Republicans and Democrats functioning from progressive politics are stinking up Columbus and they need to be removed so that order can be brought to our Houses of Legislation. And that is the essence of Kelly’s run against Shannon Jones. Kelly is a mother taking care of her house and her family. Only her care extends out to the State of Ohio and all the people in it who just want a shot at the American Dream. To some Kelly is an education crusader, to others she is a combative “A” type personality that wants to be in charge. To others she is a fiscally reckless overlord who lives above the “middleclass.” To others still she is a threat to the Republican Party and even more dangerous to Democrats. But I know her as a mother who cares the way all mothers do. She sees Ohio as her family and she wants to fight to do what’s right for it. And for her the best way to take care of her family is to remove the stink bugs from the State House which is why she is running for a Senate seat and why the establishment Republicans are terrified.