Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Election Day 2010!

My fellow Americans,

Happy election day! While I am not endorsing any specific candidates this election season, I strongly urge and encourage every American to exercise their right vote and participate in the grand experiment called democracy. Flip the switch, touch the screen, check the box, fill out the ballot, pull the lever and vote. Whatever you do, make sure you don't leave any chads hanging.

God bless you and God bless America!

Be well,

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

My Country Tis of Thee, Sweet Land of Liberty of Thee I Sing...

Earlier this evening I received a phone call from Barak Obama’s campaign. I assumed he was calling to congratulate us on winning the election and for running a campaign that refused to engage in dirty politics and pander to special interest. Needless to say I was shocked when it turned out that they were calling to remind me to vote and were not even authorized to concede the election.

With votes now being counted across the country, the major news networks have proclaimed that Senator Barak Obama has indeed beaten Senator John McCain and me to become the 44th President of the United States. On behalf of the entire campaign I congratulate Senator Obama on winning the Presidency. This election cycle has truly been historic.

I want thank the American people for their votes, support and trust. Throughout the day I heard reports come in from across this great country of voters experiencing difficulties casting their vote for me, everything from being told they could not write-in my name to people misspelling G-r-e-g-g, thinking it is spelled O-b-a-m-a.

Even as conspiracy theories have all ready spring up on the internet, I urge you not to be angry with America. While many people are recommending and encouraging me to take legal action, I will not subject the country to a replay of the 2000 election. What I will do is continue to work for the American people, helping them pursue the American dream. Like I said when we launched this campaign, “I’m not interested in raising $300,000,000.00; I’m interested in meeting 300,000,000 Americans.”

Live America, Be America, GreggforAmerica!

God bless America!!!

Friday, October 31, 2008

Vote GreggforAmerica!!!

My fellow Americans,

Election day is almost here and change is a-coming and it is spelled G-R-E-G-G R-O-S-E-N-B-E-R-G. On Tuesday, November 4th, remember to bring a pen or a pencil with you in to the voting booth and write-in "Gregg Rosenberg" for President. Together we can bring about real change and make America even better! Taking a page out of the "American Idol" playbook, I am encouraging you my fellow citizens to pick the vice president. Feel free to vote for whomever you think is most qualified whether it is Biden or Palin or another person of your choosing.

The presidential election shouldn't be about money. Barak Obama raised $603,000,000 and spent $470,000,000. John McCain raised $358,000,000 and spent $262,000,000. Gregg Rosenberg raised $0 and spent $0. It should be about putting the U back in USA! It should be about people focusing on "me" and "I" and yet coming together to building a better aMErIca!

I'm not just in this election to win it, I'm in it to win it for the American people! I thank you for your vote and support and look forward to being the next President of the United States of America.


Saturday, February 16, 2008

Bang for your buck?$?$?$

My fellow Americans, do you realize that the other candidates running for President have spent $483,273,376.42!!!? Seriously, almost a HALF A BILLION dollars! My question for you is what have you gotten for that half a billion dollars, besides annoying phone calls, boring commercials and junk mail?

Ask yourself how many favors, how many IOUs, how many markers, how many special interests do these candidates owe in order to raise half a billion dollars? These candidates talk about CHANGE, but the only change they are really thinking about is change in your bank account.

The GreggforAmerica campaign, like George Washington's campaign, doesn't accept campaign contributions.

Candidates Raised Spent Leftover
TOMMY THOMPSON 1,226,129.31 1,223,566.90 2,562.41
RUDY GIULIANI 61,645,421.38 48,868,609.27 12,776,812.11
RON PAUL 28,219,301.40 20,380,121.41 7,839,179.99
ROMNEY FOR PRESIDENT 90,076,402.18 87,644,955.17 2,431,447.01
RICHARDSON FOR PRESIDENT 23,671,031.19 21,857,565.33 1,813,465.86
OBAMA FOR AMERICA 103,802,537.14 85,176,289.01 18,626,248.13
KUCINICH FOR PRESIDENT 3,870,839.89 3,641,233.78 229,606.11
JOHN MCCAIN 42,094,077.50 39,145,649.65 2,948,427.85
JOHN EDWARDS 44,259,386.32 36,468,928.65 7,790,457.67
JIM GILMORE 404,880.64 388,425.91 16,454.73
HUNTER 2,496,085.37 2,299,490.88 196,594.49
HUCKABEE FOR PRESIDENT 9,003,810.43 7,107,364.79 1,896,445.64
HILLARY CLINTON 118,301,659.48 80,353,785.18 37,947,874.30
FRIENDS OF FRED THOMPSON 21,812,645.20 19,672,378.28 2,140,266.92
COX 1,081,778.19 1,080,123.92 1,654.27
CHRIS DODD 16,547,015.43 14,057,455.13 2,489,560.30
BROWNBACK FOR PRESIDENT 4,374,057.85 4,368,746.16 5,311.69
BIDEN 11,405,771.00 9,538,687.00 1,867,084.00

584,292,829.90 483,273,376.42 101,019,453.48

Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Happy 199th Birthday President Lincoln!!!!

On behalf of everyone at GreggforAmerica I want to wish President Lincoln's family happy birthday on what would of have been honest Abe's 199th birthday.

Thanks to President Lincoln for freeing the slaves, saving the Union, the Gettysburg address, the penny, five dollar bills and that awesome monument by the reflecting pool.

Thursday, February 7, 2008

One Step Closer.....

Eleven months ago when I launched this exploratory committee for the presidency there were 18 people running for president. Now as we draw closer to my official announcement we are down to six! I congratulate and thank these former candidates for their contributions to the democratic process and for not standing in the way of my nomination for President.

Former Senator John Edwards (D)
Senator Joe Biden (D)
Senator Chris Dodd (D)
Governor Bill Richardson (D)
U.S. Representative Dennis Kucinich (D)

Former Governor Mitt Romney (R)
Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani (R)
Former Senator Fred Thompson (R)
Former Governor Tommy Thompson (R)
Former Governor Jim Gilmore (R)
U.S Representative Duncan Hunter (R)
Senator Sam Brownback (R)
U.S. Representative Tom Tancredo (R)
John Cox (R)

Tuesday, January 29, 2008