Notice of Intent – Write In US Senate Candidate

September 30, 1960, nine days after I turned seventeen, I was at the Military Entrance Processing Station, Louisville, KY, standing near the flag of the United States of America, I swore an oath to defend the US Constitution all enemies foreign and domestic.

And, at each succeeding oath, I was more mature and greater enlightened to the real world outside the Commonwealth of Kentucky through covert/overt assignments to defend the US Constitution.

This election year, 2016, the Republican and Democratic Presidential Candidates, in my opinion, are not advocates of the US Constitution and the Spirit of the Declaration of Independence; whereas, there must be members in both the US House of Representatives and the US Senate with knowledge and expertise in US Foreign Affairs, have personal experience in covert and overt military operations, not under a Congressional Declaration of War, but at the behest of a foreign government and Special Interest Groups, to say NAY to future aggression.

It is not the Presidential candidates, members of Congress, our population’s top 1%, the Moral Majority Leadership, and the other elite being murdered, wounded and forever injured from toxic exposures but Americans who swore their oath to defend the US Constitution against all enemies foreign and domestic.

I’m running as a Write In Candidate to address the abuse of the US Congress by the 24/7 Congressional Legislatures who do not understand the United States is a Constitutional Republic, as a Constitutional Republic; legislation may not become law if said action violates the wisdom and writings of our country’s founders.

And, as a retired USAF Air Operations Superintendent and retired Department of Veterans Affairs Administrative Officer of the Day, I seek volunteers and donations to take me to the US Senate where I will attempt to end economic and physical support for century’s old religious oriented terrorists and revoke the private ownership of our country’s Central Bank

– BILLY RAY WILSON

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