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Florida Press ASSociation Violates Human And Civil Rights of Alexander Snitker

Posted in Alexander Snitker, Comentario, Florida, Partido Libertario/LP by alvarezgalloso on junio 19, 2010

The US System and members of the US Media were founded on the basis of human rights and freedom. They lecture the world about human rights and freedom and attempt to export their distorted version of freedom and democracy to the world. It is rare that they talk about freedom and democracy while repressing it at home.

This is what happened when Alexander Snitker who is a Candidate of the Libertarian Party for US Senate attempted to participate in a press conference sponsored by the Florida Press ASSociation. The Florida Press ASSociation as well as Press ASSociations within America only allow Republicans and Democrats to speak while others are forced into silence, marginalized, or even publicly humilliated with false accusations.

Is this the freedom and democracy so defended in America?  Either the US System and the Press ASSociations allow other voices such as Alexander Snitker [who is a US Marine who fought for our freedoms] to express themselves or they should remain silent.

If the US System and Press ASSociations such as the Florida Press ASSociation cannot allow multiple voices to speak and cannot keep silent about peace and freedom to the world, they should put their mouths inside their ASS in order to suck up the crap inside their ASS.

 

What would you do in my Situation?

 

 

I would like to explain my actions at the Florida Press Association’s candidate forum on Thursday at the Ritz Carlton in Sarasota.  

 

I was only notified of the event about an hour beforehand by an alert campaign volunteer.  I dropped what I was doing in Tampa and drove to Sarasota. On the way I called Adrian Wyllie, the campaign media director, to let him know what was happening. He also called the Dean Ridings, President of the FPA, to ask why I was not included and to ask for the opportunity to speak. 

 

Adrian informed them we were on the way and my voice will be heard.  We alerted the media to inform them of our presence.  I arrived late and sat down midway through Kendrick Meek’s question and answer session.   Afterword, Marco Rubio addressed the audience.  It was only after Marco Rubio had finished that I stood to speak at a microphone placed in the aisle for guest comments.  I did not interrupt any of the candidates.

 

I said, “I’d like to make a statement. I think denying a person who served eight years in the United States Marine Corps defending your right to have this today…is an atrocity.” I asked for the opportunity to address the group and to answer questions just like the other four candidates, Kendrick Meek, Marco Rubio, Charlie Crist and Jeff Greene.  They denied my request. 

 

Their justification was that only candidates polling above 10% in a credible poll were welcome to speak. I pointed out that Greene had not received 10% in a credible general election poll.  Ridings cited a Quinnipiac poll that showed Green had more than 10%.   However, this was a poll of Democrats only, and was limited to candidates in the Democratic primary for U.S. Senate. If we applied the same rules to the Libertarian party I would have undoubtedly polled above 10%, especially considering I am not facing a primary challenge and I already am the Libertarian nominee.   If Greene has met that criteria of having at least 10% within his own party, then so have I.

 

The bottom line is this:  There is a good possibility that I would be polling ahead of Green in a general election poll right now.  Our internal polling data suggests it.  Since the media has never included me in any of their polls, how could they possibly know whether I am polling above or below 10%?  We can only assume that they made a judgment call to exclude me based on their own preconceived notions and bias.

 

What would you do under these circumstances?

 

It is not obvious I that the media is attempting to determine who the candidates will be?

 

Do you think my actions were justified?

 

It seemed to me that the media would continue to ignore our grassroots campaign.  I could not let that stand.  I have been actively campaigning since June of 2009.  In April of this year, I paid the $10,440 state qualification fee to ensure my name is on this ballot.   It is against everything this country stands for to exclude me.

 

I spoke for less than five minutes and then left without incident.  Many in the press have described my actions using terms like “disruptive,” and described my speech as “frothing at the mouth.”  I did not “storm out” as one reporter put it.   In the hallway, I was greeted by several enthusiastic reporters asking for more information about my campaign. We did what was necessary for the media to recognize us.  We made our point and left.  We were heard.  Let’s hope that they acknowledge that, and that they give a regular citizen a level playing field to compete vs. the career politicians and big money candidates in this race.

 

In Liberty,

Alexander Snitker

Libertarian U.S. Senate candidate, Florida

An Open Letter to the Tea Parties of Florida

 

 

As a proud member of the tea party movement, I am overjoyed by the enormous accomplishments we’ve made. I am humbled by the support so many of you have given me in my run for the U.S. Senate seat in Florida, and I would like to express my sincere thanks.

Our movement was formed over our outrage in the direction the two-party political class was taking our great nation. We stand together to tell the Washington insiders that we will not sit idly by while they ignore and subvert the United States Constitution. We will not sit quietly while they spend our nation into oblivion, and saddle our children and grandchildren with crushing debt. We will not abdicate our personal and financial freedom to them.

The tea party movement is the voice of the people. Just like you, I am one of those voices. I have never sought political office before. Until recently, I had absolutely no desire to do so. I have no political ambitions other than to serve my Country, and help to restore it to our Founders’ original intent.

Like you, I watched in outrage as Republicans and Democrats ignored the Constitution. I felt the anger and sorrow as they spent and spent, while at the same time chipping away at our cherished freedoms. Like so many of you, I called and wrote to my Representative and Senators in a futile attempt to make them hear my voice.

They refused to listen. It was then that I realized that I must take action.

That is why I am running for office. I sincerely believe that it is my duty as an American to do whatever I can to restore our Republic. As a U.S. Marine, I swore a solemn oath to defend the Constitution, and I take that oath very seriously.

Today, some tea party groups are standing in strong support of my competitor for the U.S. Senate seat, Marco Rubio. While Marco says he supports the tea party agenda, his actions are suspect. He is an attorney and career politician who always seems to be just one step ahead of scandal and corruption. He is a man whose words and actions are not always in sync. I fear that he is another politician who will campaign on the virtues of our Founders, but then govern through backroom deals and compromise like a typical politician.

We have seen this pattern many times in the past, and I fear we are doomed to repeat history.

I am asking you to take a stand for Liberty. I am asking you to take a risk on the little guy. I am urging you to support me.

In return, I vow never to compromise my principles. I will work to defeat any legislation that exceeds the Constitutional authority of the federal government. I will oppose any legislation that burdens our future generations with debt. I will fight any legislation that cedes our sovereignty to another nation or global body. I will only vote for judicial appointees who will defend and uphold the Constitution.

Together, we can restore our Republic, and return liberty and prosperity to ourselves and our posterity.

If you are still undecided who you will support in this race, I propose that tea party groups host four U.S. Senate candidate debates. The debates could be located in various regions across the state to give as many people as possible the opportunity to attend. I will gladly appear at every debate, and I challenge Marco Rubio to do the same. Let’s find out once and for all who the tea party candidate really is.

Sincerely,

Alexander Snitker

Libertarian U.S. Senate candidate, Florida

Bob Barr Endorses Alex Snitker for U.S. Senate

Posted in Florida, Partido Libertario/LP by alvarezgalloso on junio 10, 2010

Bob Barr Endorses Alex Snitker for U.S. Senate
Former U.S. Representative and 2008 Presidential candidate Bob Barr offers his full endorsement to Alex Snitker in his bid for the U.S. Senate seat in Florida.

Jun 09, 2010

In recent decades, Americans have faced a growing threat from the limitless power of the federal government. Our liberties are being stripped from us. Our property is being redistributed. Our children are being burdened with crushing debt. Our Constitution is being ignored and subverted.

It is more critical than ever that we elect candidates who will reverse this trend. We must support those candidates who will support the Constitution. We must embrace candidates who will fight for the rights of every American. We must vote for candidates who will enact sound fiscal policies.

If we do these things, we will have elected officials who represent the people – not try to rule them.

It is for these reasons that I offer my solid endorsement to Alexander Snitker for U.S. Senate in Florida.  Alex is a man of principle, and he shares our Founders’ vision of the greatness that America can achieve when government endeavors to defend liberty.

I have had the opportunity to meet Alex, and I’ve watched him build his campaign into perhaps the most viable, and visible Libertarian candidacy in Florida’s history. He has managed to build an army of volunteers, and has made truly amazing progress with limited resources.

I wish Alex the best of luck in this campaign, and I look forward to seeing him become the next U.S. Senator from the great state of Florida.

Bob Barr

Alex Snitker Causes A Stir In Florida Politics

Posted in Florida, Partido Libertario/LP by alvarezgalloso on abril 27, 2010

Alex Snitker has surprised and shocked the political world in Florida by announcing he is running for the US Senate as a candidate of the Libertarian Party. The announcement comes at a time when Marco Rubio is running as a Republican, K.Meeks is running as a Democrat, and Charlie Crist [the Republican Governor of Florida] is considering a run as an Independent.

He has decided to run as a Libertarian Candidate after the candidates themselves have been attacking each other instead of discussing the burning issues of the day in the Sunshine State. It was not an easy feat since the Libertarian Party has to overcome obstavles of ballot access in a society that has promoted freedom, human rights, and democracy while not practicing it at home.

Alex Snitker was a member of the US Marine Corp from 1993 to 2001 who is currently married to his high school sweetheart Kelly since 2000. They have a son who is currently 21 months of age. He considers his experience with the Marines helpful in being a Senator who is willing to serve his people and provide for a governance that is transparent. The qualities which are needed in the USA of the 21st Century.

He went to work as a salesman for AXSA Document Solutions after his honorable discharge from the military. His experience from his work as a salesman is that hard work pays off in the short and long run.

Alex Snitker is a believer in term limits for Members of Congress, the Senate, and that they should have the same retirement plan as the rest of the citizens of the USA. He is also a beleiver is the Balanced Budget Amendment which would limit the US Federal Government to spending equal or less than what it gains. In other words, he favors an America that would live within its means instead of spending money on wasteful projects.

He is also a believer in using the energy available in the USA without the need to depend on foreign sources. Alex Snitker also believes in the Fair Tax which would replace the current tax system with a federal retail sales tax which would be administered by the tax authorities of the 50 states of the Union. He is also a believer in non interference in the affairs of the world.

Alex Snitker has repeatedly stated that the USA should stop being a police person to the world and promote liberty by showing it in America to the world. He believes that a strong military is needed to defend the USA against internal and external enemies within the borders of the USA. The idea of illegal immigration according to ALex Snitker is to identify each one since no country can survive with open borders.

He is of the belief that illegal immigarnts should either be deported or give them a path to citizenship such as paying taxes, background checks, medical screening, and a course on the rights, responsibilities of being a US Citizen which includes the history of the country. The response of the establishment has been indifferent to censoring the news.

The mainstream media does not allow political announcements by Alex Snitker because they do not want to upset the status quo. Regardless, the people have a right to know about Snitker in order to make a decision in November 2010.

http://www.orato.com/world-affairs/alex-snitker-causes-stir-florida

Felix Batista [ES] [EN]

Posted in Cuba, Florida, Mexico by alvarezgalloso on marzo 28, 2009

En estos momentos, estoy mirando el show de Oscar Haza “A Mano Limpia”. El tema del programa es Félix Batista que lleva 108 días desaparecido debido a un secuestro en México. El mundo incluyendo los EEUU ha respondido con el silencio y la indiferencia.

Su esposa, su hermana, y sus amistades lanzaron una petición para que la gente lo pueda firmar para resolver el caso de Félix Batista. La petición es para los gobernantes de los EEUU pidiendo una resolución al caso.

Si algo sucede a Félix Batista, habrá que responsabilizar los gobiernos de los Estados Unidos de Norteamérica y los Estados Unidos Mexicanos por su acción y/o falta de acción.

He aquí la pagina para que la gente lo puede firmar.

For more tan 108 days, Felix Batista has disappeared secondary to being kidnapped in Mexico. The response of the government of the United States of America has been silence and indifference.

The following link is for those who want to see Felix Batista return home. It is a petition directed at the governing elite of the United States of America to use their powers to help a fellow US Citizen. It would be a crime if something were to happen to Felix Batista.

If something were to happen to Felix Batista, the USA and Mexico should be held responsible for their action or lack of action that contributed to his kidnapping and disappearance.

This is the link

http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/felix-batista-100-days-of-silence

http://alvarezgalloso.wordpress.com/2009/03/28/solidaridad-con-felix-batistasolidarity-with-felix-batista/

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