Fellow Americans o/,
This is not the average article that you will see coming out of my paper, however, this month is not your average campaign month.
We've already had 3 candidates announce for the coveted spot of eCountry President for the eUnited States of America. Quite a stark contrast to the largely uncontested run of eCP John Killah.
The eAmerican people will have a difficult decision to make this month, and, as you can tell from the banner at the top of this article, I think that voting Jefferson Locke is truly the best decision.
Let me explain:
When I originally met Jefferson Locke a few months ago, I was amazed at the capacity of his mind and his ability to generate ideas very quickly, albeit some were more far-fetched and abstract than others.
It's not often, in my experience, that you see a "new" player with such grandiose intentions for success, and I knew that Locke had many very strong ideas and wanted to "get s**t done", to put it bluntly.
As Locke progressed within the Feds., his work ethic was noticeable, and when I ran for PP of the Feds, he was my VPP every single time, for a total of 4 runs and 2 successful runs.
In my opinion, Locke offered valuable advice during my two PP terms, and I'm not sure that I could have made some critical decisions without his valuable input on them.
Additionally, whenever I had a new idea, such as eFederalist Radio, Locke would offer his support. Even now, he co-hosts the show without fail, despite holding national positions. Locke is simply very committed to the tasks that he undertakes and holds them as long as he is able.
Now, that's not to say that Jefferson Locke is always a complete success all the time, because that's impossible. However even when Locke fails, such as when the AFA PTO'ed the then-large INCI, he acknowledges his failures, beats himself up over them, but moves on and vows to do better next time.
This is a key point about Locke. He does not accept failure but instead works to prevent this from happening.
I've never seen a more dedicated, devoted, and hardworking man in my experience as a player.
Furthermore, I really want to see Jefferson Locke in the CP seat. The "big chair", if you will.
And, to be honest, America should want that.
Because, at the end of the day, we don't need someone who calls out the actions of others without putting in any effort, nor someone who has run with the "old pack" .
no, no no.
We need Jefferson Locke. Someone who has fought the PTOers openly, someone unafraid to forge friendships, and someone who can be anyone's friend.
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