DECLARATION OF CANDIDACY – DEMOCRATIC PARTY
by Cody Robert Judy, ©2015
–IT IS OFFICIAL –
CODY ROBERT JUDY FOR PRESIDENT 2016 DECLARATION OF CANDIDACY
CRJ TODAY FOR A BETTER AMERICA TOMORROW
Candidate in the Democratic Party
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See the LINK here: F.E.C CRJ DECLARATION FOR PRESIDENT also embedded at the end of this Post. If you would like to see Cody recite this speech, it is also embedded half way into this post and linked here Declaration for President Speech
My Friends and Countrymen, Patriots of the USA, I am humbled and honored today to OFFICIALLY ANNOUNCE my DECLARATION FOR CANDIDACY in the 2016 Election for the Office of the President of the United States of America in the Democratic Party!
The CRJ TODAY FOR A BETTER AMERICA TOMORROW COMMITTEE, representing my Candidacy for the Office of President, was formed and mailed to the Federal Election Commission today. Though I have registered in the Democratic Party for their nomination, it is my prayer that my Campaign will be an Ensign for all Americans who value principle over party. For there is no political party that is worth sacrificing principle over.
My Candidacy in the Democratic Party is one embedded with the hope of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy’s (JFK’s) commitment to the integrity of our sound economic prosperity, met with the commitment of a balanced budget that former President Bill Clinton achieved on our deficit.
My Candidacy, I hope, will represent the national security concerns of all Americans that are represented with the qualifications of the President that are endowed with wisdom within our United States Constitution being understood and also enforced.
With the energy of my soul, I am committed to upholding the ensign of the Constitution of the United States of America and revitalizing its standards that have dilapidated with the pressures of political extravagance unnecessary for the health of our nation. I have committed myself to this stand regardless of political party in favor of principle, for that is where Independents, Democrats, and Republicans should be happy to meet together in the sound interest of a committed Union of the States.
As the Union goes, so goes the Constitution of the United States of America. The freedom and liberty of religion, the freedom and liberty of speech and assembly, the freedom and liberty of choice, the freedom and liberty to protect our property, and the freedom to enjoy as Citizens the applications of equality and happiness that is rooted in the hearts of our children as our Creator has endowed them regardless of race, color, gender, or prior servitude abiding for peaceful existence.
To secure these rights by a sound Declaration that we expect a commitment of excellence from our Citizens honored by an equal commitment for legal immigration that I intend to uphold and honor as Congress instructs me in executing the duties of the office, preserving, protecting, and defending the Constitution of the United States of America.
I say to you today, that if I am entrusted with the Office of the President, that the expounding rights of the U.S. Constitution for our Citizens will also be upheld. Let me say, I understand that if and when our U.S. Constitution is not upheld that the natures of evil seeking to imprison our women for their choice, imprison those who seek self-defense who are equipped with capacity yet are dependent and not yet infirm, who wish to imprison those who are unique in their natures as Citizens of this Nation, shall find my Command as a reprimand and one of respect, honor, and love for those they seek to imprison.
‘Tis for the living Citizens I am elected and for whom I shall secure their rights under the Constitution in harmony with our Criminal Codes.
(CRJ Declaration Speech on YouTube )
See the video and read the rest here.
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