"We need a Chief Executive who will defend the Constitution of Florida and the Constitution of the United States" said George. He feels that too many elected and appointed officials have forgotten about the 10th Amendment. George asked our leaders to "remember", by quoting a very important sentence: "The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people."
During his service with the Libertarian Party, as a State Committeeman and County Chairman, Mr. George met with thousands of voters. He vehemently emphasized the fact that as Americans, we have the right to control our future. "My message has never changed" said George. "Indeed, I was a Republican. I could have been a Green. Who cares? We have the right and obligation to make our own choices without interference from the federal government!". George feels that Washington is "out of control" and that "The Founding Fathers are rolling over in their graves". He intends to enforce state's rights and work with Americans to "reduce the size of the federal government".
George went on to express his distaste with unelected political "leaders" who control the actions of elected officials. "If I do run" said George, "I will be the Governor of Florida, not the Governor of party labels. Public office is a sacred trust. The man, or woman, holding office must make all of the decisions". Over the next three months, Mr. George will be meeting with voters throughout the Sunshine State. He will announce his intentions in early December.