"YOU, YOUR VOICE, & YOUR VOTE MATTER TO ME!"
2018 U.S.A. 11th DISTRICT OF OHIO CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATE (HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES)
2016 U. S. A. PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE (WRITE-IN)
2012 U.S.A. PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE
2008 U.S.A. PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE
Much of this campaign is done in dedication to the injustices I have personally received for reporting abuse. Please take time to review my site and vote for me so we can work together to make America be. I have always been a community voice advocating justice never compromising the moral or ethical fiber of America. Neither have I ever done anything to jeopardize our relations with other nations. This truth is self & otherwise evident.
Vision, Voice, Help, and Hope!
Why did I decide to run for president?
I have always had the desire to do so and to be the one to establish world peace. One of my former family members paved the way for me previously (General George Washington, 1st President of the United States of America). Many sacrifices have been made for our Country that still need to be put in their proper perspective. It's time for a leader who believes in the potential of and purpose for America.
What are the greatest challenges our nation faces?
The mindset and epidemic of always having war and murder as a solution to situations is a very crucial challenge that we face.
The wastefulness of our resources and daily living need to be properly addressed.
Racism is still a very powerful dividing force causing disaster impacting lives both Nationally and Globally.
Fair exchange nationally and internationally has not taken place.
We have so many laws that we have no law. Money has replaced morality in America causing our downfall.
What are your most important policy issues?
Freedom of Religion
Freedom of Speech
Food processing and production
Care of the Mentally ill
Laws affecting our currency
Abuse of the elderly
Media - Freedom of the press (biased reporting)
Transportation (Land, Air, and Water)
Health and Human services affairs
What does it mean to you to be an American?
Oh my God! It means that I'm supposed to have rights that I currently do not have. It means people are supposed to be safe and secure with the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness without violence being the order of the day to make this happen. To be in America, means that we have morals, mandates, stability, and standards that are welcomed and applicable for fair exchange in our dealings with other nations. We are the Nation to set the standard for peace and prosperity.
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