My name is Bob McNeil, a concerned, patriotic, American citizen who is running for President of the United States in the November 2016 election.
My mission will be to lead the peaceful, legal, Constitutional, “21st Century American Revolution”, the purpose of which will be to reverse 100 years of assaults on our freedoms by the professional politicians in Washington, D.C.
From conversations with people all over the country, I have concluded that too many Americans are still asleep, unaware, or worse, simply don’t care about the severity of the problems facing our nation. Between now and 2016, my job will be to educate them about the solutions I plan to put forth and give them, and every freedom-loving American someone and something to vote FOR.
I will enter the 2016 race as a candidate representing the American Citizen Party, a common sense alternative to the Democrat and Republican parties, who have clearly demonstrated that they value the wishes of lobbyists over the will of the People.
My candidacy will be based on the principles of personal responsibility, self- determination, and freedom for all American citizens. I draw my inspiration from a belief in the Creator, the wisdom and truth in the writings of the Founding Fathers, the power of the Declaration of Independence, and the exceptional governing model set forth in the United States Constitution.
You should know that I didn’t just show up on the political scene. I ran for President in 2008 as an independent write-in candidate, receiving an untold number of votes from across the country. That experience, and the support I received, encouraged me to run again.
As a bit of background, in 2007, as a man with above-average intelligence and a love for freedom, I asked myself this question:
“Gathering all of the knowledge, skills and resources I possess, what plan would I write to change the course of my country, restore freedom to ALL American citizens, and transform the United States into the global model of freedom and prosperity that the Founding Fathers intended?”