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I am a normal citizen, who believes that we need an additional choice for U. S. President in 2008. I am a candidate who is indebted to no one and owes no one. A candidate that will work tirelessly to see that today's internet technology is utilized to actually have the first true Democracy where each person is polled, their opinion counted, and where the "majority actually rules". Each person will be able to participate in the decision making process, and our elected officials will then construct and pass new laws (and change or eliminate old laws) according to the majorities' wishes (not their own, or some "special interest groups'").
An "Electronic Presidency":
The new "electronic age", (the name I've decided to call it), needs an "electronic presidency". We will begin this new "electronic age" with my election as President. Refer to the Section "How I'll do it", to see how!
I'm a Team Player:
I have always considered myself a "team player". I'm not here to "rock the boat", but rather to help the boat run smoothly. The boat's not sinking, it just needs some repairs, so "put me in, coach".
1. Obviously, I'd like to be President.
2. I've always wanted to be invited to join a men's organization (e.g. the Masons).
I see this as a WIN, WIN, WIN, WIN situation:
1. Run for President and win: a WIN for me.
2. Run for President and lose: a WIN for me because I tried.
3. Run for President and lose: a WIN for me because I am setting a good example for all Americans.
4. Run for President and lose: a WIN for me because win or lose, I have changed history as we know it, because I am the first to run for the "highest office in the land" on the Internet (which is almost free). Now that the precedent has been set, anyone, rich or poor, won't be afraid to run for public office. This is the beginning of the "first ever" true democracy, the one our forefathers dreamed of, and it is now, finally, coming true.
The Internet has changed life on the planet Earth. I'd like to go record as the first Presidential candidate (to my knowledge) to offer thanks to: 1) the visionaries that dreamed up the Internet; 2) the engineers that built it; and 3) the phone companies that continue to provide it for our daily use world wide.
"Still crazy after all these years". I believe it was from a "Simon and Garfunkle" song that had a line in it that best describes me, (and maybe a few of you, too).