Selfish Reasons for Wanting To Be Governor of NH

Bob Kroepel

2002


1. Governorís salary = $91,000.00 per year plus benefits plus a State car plus a State driver, usually a State Trooper!!!

$91,000.00/yr. is a small fortune to me, so, for sureófor sureófor sure I would be giving the Governorís duties serious attention!

I have a cousin, Bruce Twyon, who is a Detective with the State Troopers, who is a good guy and fun to be with, and who just might be interested in driving the Governorís State car, so, ...!?!

2. The possibility of organizing either one gigantic choral singing group or several smaller groups consisting of State Legislators.

Smaller partisan groups might be necessary if one gigantic bipartisan group is unworkable.

The choral group would seek Ďgigsí appearing in charity fundraisers.

3. The possibility of organizing musical bands consisting of State Legislators and/or State employees.

4. The possibility of organizing (and perhaps appearing in) Talent Shows in area High Schools, Theatres and Opera Houses which could be charity fundraisers featuring Local Talented Individuals as well as talented State Legislators and Personnel.

(You never know where you will find genuine talent!)

5. The possibility of organizing Craft Shows featuring crafts made by State Legislators and Personnel.

6. The possibility of offering ďIím Coming Home To You, New HampshireĒ to be a State Song, an anthem for the People of New Hampshire.

Iím Coming Home To You, New Hampshire

Robert Howard Kroepel

Copyright © 2000

Chorus: Iím coming home to you, New Hampshire.
Iím coming home, where the air is clear.
Iím coming home to see your face once more.
Please open wide your welcome door.

Verse 1: In the spring I love your lilacs,
In the summer, your sea and lakes,
In the fall, the autumn wonder,
And the snow that winter makes.

Chorus: Iím coming home to you, New Hampshire.
Iím coming home, where the air is clear.
Iím coming home to see your face once more.
Please open wide your welcome door.

Verse 2: Most of all I love your people.
I love their smiles and the way they care.
I want to see my friends and famíly,
And find the love I need to share.

Chorus: Iím coming home to you, New Hampshire.
Iím coming home, where the air is clear.
Iím coming home to see your face once more.
Please open wide your welcome door.