The American Dream Team
We are aware that at this time it is legally impossible for Dr. David Duke to run as Vice President. However, it is our dream to see the laws changed and his Vice Presidency along side fellow War hero John S. McCain made a reality. Currently we are gathering signatures to petition the highest courts to overrule the law that prohibits Dr. Duke from becoming the next Vice President of this United States.
Both John McCain and David Duke represent the values and high morals required to run our great nation. We feel that as a team the current Illegal Immigration influx into our mother land would come to a halt. We also believe that their stance against special rioghts for homosexuals, abortion, and welfare will vastly change for the better and suit the needs of the Republican Christian American Dream.
John S. McCain – Commander in Chief, United States President
John McCain attended the United States Naval Academy and graduated in 1958. He was married in 1965. He became a naval aviator, flying attack aircraft from carriers. During the Vietnam War in 1967, he narrowly escaped death in the Forrestal fire.
On Christmas Eve 1968, a church servicefor the POWs was staged for photographers and film cameras; McCain defied North Vietnamese instructions to be quiet, speaking out details of his treatment then shouting “Fu-u-u-u-ck you, you son of a bitch!” and giving the finger whenever a camera was pointed at him. McCain refused to meet with various anti-war peace groups coming to Hanoi, such as those led by David Dellinger, Tom Hayden, and Rennie Davis, not wanting to give either them or the North Vietnamese a propaganda victory based on his connection to his father.
On his twenty-third bombing mission over North Vietnam later in 1967, he was shot down and badly injured. He then endured five and a half years as a prisoner of war, including periods of torture, before he was released following the Paris Peace Accords in 1973.
Retiring from the Navy in 1981, and moving to Arizona, McCain remarried and entered politics. In 1982, he was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives from Arizona’s 1st congressional district. After serving two terms there, he was elected to the U.S. Senate from Arizona in 1986. He was re-elected Senator in 1992, 1998, and 2004.
Dr. David Duke – Vice President
In 1975, Dr. David Duke sought a seat in the Louisiana Senate as a Democrat. In 1988, he ran in the President of the United States. He appeared on many state ballots as the nominee of the Populist Party and received an outstanding number of votes in the 1988 general election.
August 2002, David Duke receives honorary doctorate in political science from President’s University of Kiev, Ukraine.