What does it take to be the US President? One, for sure, is his past achievements, accomplishments, and accolades that are written in stone. His knowledge, wisdom, and strength should reflect and approve what he claims to be true. His credentials, along with hands-on past experience, accompanied by a steadfast desire to learn will go a long way.
To cut a long story short, his past reflects the future. Daniel Imperato was out there earlier in 2008 as an Independent Presidential Candidate following Ross Perot to prove a point. He had all that it takes to qualify for the top job.
Endorses Daniel Imperato in 2008
And the 2008 legacy lives on with Imperato in 2024.
The Late Jesse Epps served as Chief Steward and Executive Board Member on the Education & Civil Rights Committee. He served as the Assistant to the International President of the American Federation of State, County, & Municipal Employees (AFSCME) from 1960 to 1972.
Jesse Epps was an Advisor to President Lyndon B Johnson’s White House team from 1964-1968. With regards to the participation of minorities, students, and young people in the Government and the Democratic Party as well.
As a lifetime member of the NAACP, he assisted in the organization of the ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) of Central New York. He was also involved with other local, national, and international labor entities including the AFL-CIO.
“Daniel Imperato is a ‘Man for the Cause,” stated Epps. “Imperato believes in living up to America’s Principles that all men are created equal as endowed by the creator.”
“He is a man that believes in the Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution. He is a blessed man who is here on a mission. I support him wholeheartedly and look to help him reach out to every family in America to revive the country;” said the Late Jesse Epps for Daniel Imperato.
Imperato responded by saying, “I am overwhelmed by receiving the support of a man like Jesse Epps. He is a man of faith and I hope to serve all Americans, and African Americans as well.”
Other Recognition & Awards for Imperato
A recipient of the Ronald Reagan Gold Medal and NRCC, Businessman Of The Year Awards, Imperato was the Honorary Chairman of the (NRCC) National Republican Congressional Business Advisory Committee in 2004.
Imperato’s clear-cut statements validate his stance on several issues concerning the United States in 2008. Take a good look at what he asserted was the best way forward for the United States.