West Palm Beach, FL – November 22, 2006 – Today 2008 Presidential Candidate Daniel Imperato issued a statement on Iraq, President Bush, and Democrats and Republicans.
“First of all, after the wave of publicity pertaining to the 2006 election and the Democrat takeover of the House and Senate, I have stayed quiet knowingly that my input may have not been heard loudly enough during that hectic time. I must speak today about our administration, George Bush, and the resignation of Rumsfeld specifically after the Democratic win, not before, and why.”
Imperato felt that there was more to the recent Democrat takeover of the house and Senate.
“I believe that our administration has conveniently allowed the Democrats to take over specifically so that our leadership in Washington can place the heat on the Democrats, pull out of Iraq, based on the Democrat recommendation which will lead to huge failure. Ultimately, it will be the Democrats who will be blamed for this.”
In addition, Imperato felt that Rumsfeld was also being used to take the blame for the war in Iraq.
“Following Rumsfeld’s resignation, hanging Rumsfeld for the war in Iraq is completely inappropriate due to the fact that Rumsfeld’s recommendations to the President were not always listened to. Bush did whatever he wanted to do with no regard for the messages and reports delivered from his military leaders and Rumsfeld. Bush did it on his own and stayed on the course and disregarded all advice from the military and foreign leadership in the Middle East.”
According to Imperato, Rumsfeld was not the only person to blame for the deterioration of US relations abroad.
“The deaf eared president has now hung Rumsfeld who will be held for war crimes when in fact the biggest mistake made was the decision to have Condoleezza Rice, as Secretary of State, deal with Middle East policy and diplomacy that has been destroyed not only in the Middle East but in the rest of the world. The person that is responsible for our international relations is Condoleezza Rice. She will be held responsible for the destruction of foreign relations and the lack of diplomacy around the world unless in fact the secret comes out that Vice President Cheney acted inappropriately and may be charged for violating foreign corrupt practices act through association.”
Imperato also suggested that Hillary Clinton could be receiving support for her 2008 White House bid from the current administration.
“Condoleezza Rice could replace Cheney’s seat as Vice President earmarking the Bush administration’s desire to support Hillary Clinton’s democratic bid for the White House, and positioning Jeb Bush for 2012. These disgraceful acts have lead to overall destruction around the world pertaining to the credibility of our nation and our leadership.”
Because of the deterioration of international relations, Imperato commented that Bush is now trying to forge whatever ties he can at this point. This situation could be dangerous for the United States.
“We now have a president running around the globe trying to make friends with Russia, Vietnam, and Indonesia, of which I believe could be decisions made based upon a huge strain on his back pertaining to this credibility. I hope and pray that these decisions are not taken on the same pretext that Bill Clinton took the decision to send his missiles to East Africa and Afghanistan. WOW what a mess.”
“In addition the people of the USA should know that the Dems and Repubs are so mixed up they don’t even know what day it is in Iraq. The fact of the matter is that we must cease fire immediately, withdraw our troops, and keep our troops at our military bases. The stability will deteriorate without additional military support put in place at our base in Iraq during our cease fire.”
However, Imperato chose to save his negotiation tactics for future press releases on how he would negotiate the US position in Iraq and how he would win the war in Iraq and bring stability back to our country and most importantly to our troops.
Imperato concluded his statement with the following remarks, “I am calling out the people to vote for me the Independent People’s President. After hearing last night all over the news that we can’t win in Iraq, I am not only disgusted, but appalled that our troops are on the ground fighting with our government and leadership of Dems and Repubs basically throwing in the towel. This has to affect the morale of our troops and most importantly their security. I call on our administration to call on me and give me an opportunity to voice my opinion and stake my claim to what I believe could lead to a negotiated peaceful settlement in the Iraq conflict and eventually Afghanistan and the rest of the region.”
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About Daniel Imperato (www.daniel2008.com)
Daniel was born in Boston, Mass (1958), and began his business career in 1977 transforming the manufacturing facilities in Israel through adapting them to the global marketplace along with bringing financing to the factories for global expansion. Daniel brings over thirty years of experience in global business planning and development and has personal relationships at high levels around the world. He is currently a Papal Knight with honors from the Vatican, was a board member for the African Center Foundation, a United Nations NGO, and the founder of Imperiali Organization ( www.imperiali.org). Presently, he has organized a Presidential Committee in order to organize support for a run at the White House in 2008.
This release was published on openPR.