A letter to Americans
we are realistic people, you and I. But we are also dreamers, concrete dreamers who will keep on working in order to hand over to our children a Nation, worthy and aware of its beauty and history. A Country that knows how to offer them modern infrastructures, job, safety and opportunities: President Reagan – who inspires me every day – said that a leader is really great when he’s able to put People in a position to do great things.
So why shouldn’t we go back to dream and think bigger for the United States? Maybe to please this Administration, that have literally brought to its knees the Middle Class?
Mrs. Hillary Rodham Clinton opened her umpteenth election campaign saying she wants to be our Champion. Well, my answer to her, is that after eight years we Americans need a real President, and not of the umpteenth media phenomenon.
Change, Opportunity, Job, Prosperity, Security, but also Freedom. The United States are universally acknowledged as “the greatest democracy in the world”, and cannot afford to keep on perpetrating the error of mass interceptions by NSA: all our e-mails can be read, our phone calls can be listened, every move of ours can be monitored; they made us believe we are free as never before, while in reality the opposite was happening.
In this regard, thanks to the revelations of Edward Snowden, every day more and more Americans open their eyes and realize that their personal freedom is in danger, and I agree with a reform of the Patriot Act that – while keeping the national security and the merciless fight against terrorism at the center – will safeguard the inalienable right of individual freedom.
Another great man of our history, Malcolm X, whom we all celebrated the 90th anniversary of his birth on May 19th, said that if we are not ready to die for it, we should remove the word freedom from our vocabulary.
To further strengthen this concept, I launch the provocative proposal of Anderson – Snowden who, I am convinced, would be an excellent President for his courage, selflessness and love for his Nation.
For years they tried to make us believe that the arrival of President Obama was the wind of change, however it has turned out to be the smell of old that you can find in rooms closed for decades.
Well, you should know that if I enter into the White House, the first thing I’ll do, will be to open wide the windows and let fresh air come in: for that, I ask you all to give me your support in order to become, defying the impossible, the Republican candidate of the presidential elections of 2016.
America is now!
With warm personal regards,
Alex was born thirty-nine years ago in the heart of Los Angeles, and grew up in San Pedro with his mother Ann, his father Ron and his inseparable friends seagulls, which he used to watch at the harbor, every day at sunset. After graduating from Yale, Alex got a PhD in International law and economics and, after only a few months, passed the exam becoming the youngest District Attorney of whole California.
Along with sea salt, at Anderson’s you always breathed an air of politics and, thanks to the influence of his father (US ambassador in Italy), his mother (political journalist) and especially his grandfather Philip (US Senator), Alex grew up with a passion for civic engagement, cultivating the myth of the unforgettable President Reagan.
Since College years, Alex began to attend the Young Guns of GOP and Tea Party and, after his graduation, he decided to do active politics in the ranks of GOP.
In the Mid-term elections of 2010, beating Democrat Trevor Spencer thanks to an election campaign based on personal contact and the use of social networks, Alex was elected in district nr. 436 of the US Congress, and in 2014 was re-elected for the third consecutive time and, during these last months, he is distinguishing himself for his fight for the preservation of freedom and privacy: two principles that, as revealed by Edward Snowden, are strongly challenged by some norms of the Patriot Act, that Alex wants to reform.