Unofficially, Bosworth noted to me:
We are on the ballot!! With hundreds of the signatures to spare!! Awesome – GOD IS SO GOOD!!I believe that God can and does intervene in human affairs; I believe the Almighty deserves thanks for bestowed favors and for undesired challenges. When I was a young farm boy, my father taught me to say thanks for the rain and the hail storms that didn't come and not to be angry when crops got hailed out. (The avoid anger lessons didn't always take.) He also strongly reminded me that our efforts had little to do with results.
After viewing Bosworth's rambling soliloquy that owes more to Lewis Carroll than it does to Shakespeare or the King James Bible, one is tempted to believe that Bosworth believes her efforts have been vindicated. I would offer her the Matthew 5:45 reminder that my father gave me:
. . . for he maketh his sun to rise on the evil and on the good, and sendeth rain on the just and on the unjust.Despite this favorable ruling, her acquaintance with just dealing remains an open question, and this result should not be considered vindication from God.