The legitimate government of the United States has been overthrown. It is now in the hands of an elite few and is no longer a government of, by, and for the People. In the next presidential election citizens will either ratify the government we now have or reject it in favor of a government that was originally intended by the Framers.
The overthrow of the legitimate government is now well documented. You can review the evidence at my web site and at other web sites as well.
I have announced my candidacy for President of the United States. If I am elected, I will do my best to restore the legitimate government and be what a President is supposed to be: a servant of the People. If one of the other candidates now running wins, the People will have voted for the status quo (assuming their votes are properly counted, that is).
If you review my work you will see that I have spent most of the last twenty years or so attempting to defend the Constitution and the rule of law. In my view, the other candidates have spent their time participating, in one form or another, in its demise, either through ignorance, neglect, or active participation.
The announcement of my candidacy so far has been ignored by the mainstream media, by other formal and informal media outlets, and by individuals who are aware of my candidacy. The only way the American People will know of my candidacy will be if you decide to spread, disseminate, broadcast, circulate, or otherwise propagate this information to others. In doing that, you might very well be risking your reputation, your job, and/or your standing in the community, just like me. It's even possible that your freedom or your life could eventually be at risk as well. If I am taken out, others will have to take my place.
There will be only a very few individuals that I will be able to contact directly, and so whether or not the People of this country will knowingly or unknowingly choose tyranny or freedom in the next election largely depends on what you choose to do. Your courage, dedication, and wisdom could very well make the difference between freedom and tyranny here and abroad. There is always a chance that I am wrong about all this, but this is how I see it. Again, that is where your courage, judgment, and wisdom could make the difference.The freedom and success our nation has enjoyed to date was, save for a few, the work and dedication of those whose names you will never know. No doubt that's how it will be when future generations look back as well. They will not know the names of those who helped secure their freedom or lost it.