About 4:00 P.M. I awoke from my Old Man Nap, and my inner voice asked;
“Why don’t you run for the office of the President of the United States? Is going for the Mayor of Springfield – good enough? Why don’t you do as much good as you can?”
I then got on facebook and sent my friend and neighbor, Sandy, a message, asking her to please post the pics and videos we took Tuesday, where I decided to run for Mayor while on the bus to visit our friend, Alberta, at assisted living. Sandy wrote;
“I am posting them right now!”
I went and looked, and there I am petting our beloved, Nacho, and, hugging a Senior. It is ordained!
The first thing I am going to do is establish the National Presidential Archive of Good Voters. I will ask Congress to appropriate funding to hire young people to go into the homes of the elderly, and with love, gather their beautiful history so it can be put in a National Archive. Young people are so adept with their smartphones.
Once a month, two Good Citizens will be chosen at random to come to Washington and participate in my monthly Fireside Chat. They can bring a photo album, even a pet. I believe in the trickle-down theory. If we treat our Seniors with dignity and respect, our Nation will thrive, and bask in love!
I am your man!
President: Royal Rosamond Press
Posted at 5:08 PST on February 15, 2019
At 7:67 P.M. I exchanged my first handshake. It’s official. I was walking home from my favorite restaurant when I saw two headlights coming my way. They were set close together. I had a small light on my walker that Bert must have seen. He pulls over. He is in a brand new, and very snazzy, wheelchair. He told me the VA gave it to him. He suffers from nerve damage due to agent orange. I told him I was drafted, but, did not go. Bert said he was for the war in Vietnam, but, then he saw too many civilian deaths. He said ne had to go, and extended his hand. The war is over.
I was debating about saying what party I am affiliated with. I voted Democrat most of my life, but registered as a Republican after Obama got elected for a second term. Being kin to John Fremont, I wanted to he in my families traditional party. There was way too much division, and no unity.