Going Rogue

Disney announced plans this last summer about its first Star Wars anthology movie entitled, “Rogue One.”  This movie is rumored to be the backstory of the Rebellion’s successful attempt to steal the plans for the Death Star from the Empire.  The story is briefly mentioned in Episode 4, A New Hope right before Luke takes off in his X Wing to save the galaxy.  A very interesting word, Rogue is.  By definition it means dishonest or unprincipled man  or a person whose behavior one disapproves of but who is nonetheless likeable.   I believe my congressional effort is very much rogue, except for the dishonest part.  I am not following the rules of running a campaign and therefore a little unprincipled and I am sure some people disapprove of my efforts.  By this time in a campaign, most people would be working on getting donations, working with Party leaders, hob nobbing at events, and creating a support staff with a few paid employees.  Well, I have no donations.  Nor do I want them.  I have not met with any one from the Republican Party of Oregon.  They did ask me to drive four hours to Bend, OR on the 23rd and 24th to give a 3-5 minute speech.  I thought that was a bit wasteful, so I declined.  It was also during a OSU Beaver home game, which I thought was a great oversight on their part.  I have three people who I have asked to assist me in my campaign.  They are not paid and they give me their honest opinions and don’t sugar coat anything.  Sugar coating is for Frosted Flakes.  I am a Republican/Conservative by ideology.  I believe hard work, faith, financial responsibility, and a little luck go a long way in this world.   Like Thomas Jefferson once said, “I’m a great believer in luck, and I find the harder I work the more I have of it.”  Have a great week and please promote my campaign to your friends and family.  I truly appreciate your support.  www.heinrichfororegon.org

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