West Palm Beach, FL – December 22, 2006 – After a return from a long trip from London, the Middle East and Europe, Imperato stands up to make another bold statement pertaining to Social Security.
“The statement that I will make on social security was broached during my CSPAN Washington DC Press Conference regarding the implementation of contribution caps and the elimination of unregulated 501(c)3 organizations.”
“I call on the people of the USA to stand up and to rally behind me and support my efforts for the 2008 White House seat as President of the USA . I am committed to delivering US policies that will in my opinion open up the eyes of the American people, create jobs, and solve issues in our country that are more important to our people. While our leadership in Washington is too busy trying to figure out the Iraq situation, they have let down our country on society security and healthcare. It has been brought to my attention by many of my supporters that my international and foreign policy capabilities are by far the most outstanding, comparing my experience to others around the globe. But that our country needs the solutions that I have for the United States as well.”
“I call on my brothers and sisters to hear out the continuing of my CSPAN broadcast social security.”
“Referring to the London Financial Times, December 22, 2006, page 4, “Greenberg charitable fund could top $20bn”, where their fund will provide medical care to impoverished communities in Africa and Asia. First of all, I say that Africa has plenty of funds pertaining to their oil reserves and that the continent of Africa needs to band together to create a fund to support their own impoverished communities. After all, Africa, as a continent, has more natural resources reserves than most. The problem with Africa is that the majority of the leadership and governance is in appropriate and the billions of dollars being stolen from the natural resource sector is the majority cause of the poverty. Their governance needs to be in order.”
“In the Asia-Pacific, China with $900 billion in cash, natural resources as much as most, a huge growing economy with plenty of cash, should take the responsibility to invest in the Asia-Pacific countries to collectively organize a group of the Asia-Pacific countries to address the impoverished communities.”
“I, Daniel Imperato, on December 22, 2006 stand up to the American people to say I’ve had enough. The tax deductible funds are a diversion from the billionaires and the United States of America’s income tax payments, allowing tax deductible contributions to go to private foundations under their control without any government scrutiny watching the distribution of funds or guaranteeing that the tax deductible contributions are being spent properly.”
“The aim for these three billionaires, who collectively put up $75 billion, should be to take the responsibility they have to the American people and show the American people thanks for the fact that the majority of their money was made on the back of the American people. Those $75 billion contributions should not be contributed to tax deductible foundations that are not beneficial to the US and its people. The funds will be spent outside the US, and the people who helped these billionaires become billionaires don’t get any help. This has to stop. I say that Greenberg, Gates, and Buffett and the rest of them should be ashamed.”
“When I become president, I will cap the contributions to non-profit organizations. I will regulate the nonprofit organizations similarly to the SEC. I will hold accountable the Board of Directors and officers of nonprofits pertaining to the distributions of funds. I will also implement a rating system based upon the size, strength, application of the foundation’s purpose for the use of funds.”
“I say get rid the nonprofit organizations that are crooked. Hold their feet to the fire. Make accountability priority #1, pertaining to the owners and directors of these foundations and close the ones that are fraudulent. Cap the contributions on the small foundations that are being run improperly and regulate the major foundations to make sure that the money is spent properly and wisely for the benefit of the people. I say that we should spend the money on the people of the United States and not the rest of the world.”
“I standup today December 22, 2006, to give a plan, a Christmas gift to the people of the US, by way of my commitment as your next President, to implement the one and only uncapped 501(c)3 nonprofit organization regulated by Government that will accept tax deductible contributions to the Social Security Fund to secure the life of the Social Security system. We must hold accountable the billionaires who made money off the backs of the American people, which in my opinion, are the ones that deserve the extra help.”
“If we as the United States had $75 billion more, how would our balance sheet look? If we, the United States implemented policy that has been described by me December 22, 2006, I believe that there is hope for the revitalization of the system. America needs someone to step up, and care for the people, and I, Daniel Imperato, will be that someone, all the time, and every time.”
“We the people, who created these huge companies, the people that invested in the stocks that allowed these people to become billionaires, now are watching our money go to their private foundations so that they can be used for their purposes in Asia and Africa.”
“No uncapped contributions should go anywhere else but the Social Security Fund, for the people.”
“Happy Holidays. God Bless All. I look forward to the 2008 campaign trail and call on your support to help me achieve the White House seat to implement this system which I feel is the right system and the greatest gift to give back to the elderly people who deserve it the most.”
About Daniel Imperato ( www.imperato2008.com )
Daniel was born in Boston, Mass (1958), and began his business career in 1977 transforming the manufacturing facilities in Israel by adapting them to the international marketplace while bringing financing to their factories for international expansion.
Mr. Imperato brings over thirty years of experience in international 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, independent Non-Governmental Organization, and the founder of The Imperiali Organization ( www.imperiali.org). He has organized a Presidential Committee in order to gather and organize support for a bid to win the White House in 2008.
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This release was published on openPR.