Letter Concerning Elected Officials Who Don't Uphold "American Values and Principles"

from County Commissioner Ron Beaty


As a conservative Cape-wide elected official, and a lifelong Cape Cod resident, I find something profoundly disturbing relative to the apparent political reality in which we live these days. 

What is that something? 

From my viewpoint, it is the rampant problem of public officials elected from the off-the-wall Massachusetts Democratic Party like Julian Cyr, Sarah Peake and Dylan Fernandes, among others, who do not uphold what are essentially basic American values and principles. 

It is enough of a problem that I feel compelled to publicly bring it to everyone's attention, and at least try to appropriately address it. 

Among the fundamental American values and principles which I believe have been sorely neglected by extremist Democrats, like the aforementioned officials, and which I hereby pledge to promote and protect from this time forward are to: 

  • Preserve the right of conscience for all citizens, including freedom to practice the tenets of their faith.
  • Protect innocent human life from conception to natural death.
  • Defend the natural family and natural marriage, the foundational building blocks of society.
  • Restore the natural right of parents to determine the best way to educate, raise and care for their children.
  • Promote free market economic policies that empower our families to achieve their highest potential. 

Thank you. 

Ron Beaty

Barnstable County Commissioner

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