What is an “underdog”? Webster’s Dictionary defines it as a person who is expected to lose in a contest or a victim of social or political injustice.
Many of us have experienced being an underdog at one time or another.
Some people give up and lose hope, their self-esteem and go with the flow.
Whatever happens, happens. Some people fight the underdogs and change happens, the battle is won. These are challenges that some of us encounter in life.
I don’t know Mr. Hector Banderas personally but I have read about his accomplishments. As an auditor, the messes he has uncovered, and the challenges he has encountered. We all know and have seen the waste of our tax dollars, these messes are alive and well. Some of us have had big challenges tested and tried. It is tough out there. If you are not prepared for the challenge you will be eaten alive, especially coming from a small town.
... I firmly believe Mr. Balderas’ actions, values, concerns and love for the people speak for themselves. Nothing is impossible if we want change for the betterment of our communities and the state. We need to stand together for what we believe and give him the support he needs.
... Let’s get reenergized and help make things happen. For Mr. Banderas let’s work together as a community and the state to make this happen and send him to Washington to fight the good fight. We have all heard the saying if it ain’t broke why fix it; the system is broke and it needs fixing.
There are three kinds of people: Those who make things happen, those who watch things happen, and those who wonder what happened.