WASHINGTON, October 31, 2014 – With the youth and good looks of John F. Kennedy, documentary filmmaker (They Come to America) and conservative commentator Dennis Michael Lynch has declared his bid for President of the United States.
So who is Dennis Michael Lynch?
Dennis Michael Lynch (b. August 28, 1969 – age 45) is an American entrepreneur who often appears as a guest on Fox News, The Kelly File, NewsMax and The Blaze TV. He already has a loyal following on social media including Twitter (#DML2016) and Facebook.
Lynch is the founder and CEO of TV360Media which specializes in the production and distribution of digital films. Lynch began business empire when at the age of 22 he started Lynch Technologies a computer recycling company that grew to become one of the largest computer hardware companies on Long Island, New York.
After Lynch sold the company to investors, they borrowed the company into bankruptcy.
At the time Lynch said,
“The business was always profitable because I focused on customer service and sustainable, manageable growth. But my investors were more concerned about shipping tons of product and conducting an IPO. They wanted to scale revenue for the sake of impressing Wall Street. But it was too much too fast and I feared it would hurt our business model.”
In New York City on 9/11 Lynch’s political interests began in ernest and he enrolled in the New York Film Academy, launching TV 360 Media in 2006 hiring freelance film makers to produce short videos that are features on AOL, ABC News and available for viewing on You Tube.
Following the full length feature “King of the Hamptons” starring Billy Joel, Christie Brinkley, Alec Baldwin and Ed Burns, Lynch released “They Come to America” a film on the impact of illegal immigration on America.
He spoke in NewsMax TV after he announced his candidacy:
With President Obama getting ready to grant amnesty to more than 30million illegal aliens both already in the country and those he plans to invite over the next years, illegal immigration should be an issue now and it will be an issue during the 2016 election season.
Lynch is critical of Obama. One area of domestic discontent is our Marine still languishing in a Mexican jail while Americans are paying dearly to ensure the rights of illegal aliens.
A few of the other issues he has made comment on include (from his website):
1) Repealing Obamacare. The Affordable Care Act is a job killer. It will only get worse once the Obamacare business mandate kicks in, beginning January 2015.
2) I will hand pick a group of accountants, CFOs and COOs from the private sector. Together, they will conduct an extensive, unbiased analysis of the federal agencies that perform the weakest, but cost the most. Their final report will offer an action plan for cutting the wasteful spending and eliminating superfluous agencies and jobs. I will push for these actions to take place.
3) Begin the deportation of illegal aliens. This will free up jobs for American taxpayers and immediately lower the costs of education and health care. The cost of deportations is a one-time expense which is far less than the ongoing cost of allowing illegal aliens to live unlawfully in America.
4) Allow exports of natural gas. America should sell natural gas to Europe and Asia, undercutting Russia’s market, at no additional cost to the federal government. Increased production creates new jobs and provides additional tax revenue to federal and state governments.
5) Offer huge corporate tax breaks to companies that hire college graduates who have earned their degree within the past 5 years and carry student load debt exceeding $15,000. Currently, the amount of student loan debt exceeds credit card debt in the US. The job market for college graduates is weak, leaving many working part-time jobs in areas unrelated to their field of study.
Effective education policy includes returning authority to the states and empowering parents with the opportunity to choose a safe and effective education for their children from public, private, religious, charter, online and home school opportunities. That said, the Common Core Curriculum is not the answer.
Common Core’s standards not only present a serious threat to state and local education authority, but also put academic quality at risk. Pushing fatally flawed education standards into America’s schools is not the way to improve education for America’s students.
In short, I believe we must remain the most powerful, respected, reliable and most honest nation on Earth. I want America to be the leader in the global economy, and I want to do our part in helping develop the third-world nations that so desperately need assistance. I will stand ready to do all of it, for as long as it does not hurt America’s economic growth and national security.
As President, I will stand ready at all times to protect our allies and will expect the same in return. I will always seek a diplomatic solution before engaging in conflict, and I will not obtrude in areas where America does not belong. I will treat every nation with respect for as long as the respect is mutual. That said, I will never bow to another leader.
And an issue that should be near and dear to every voters heart:
Congress needs term limits. Term limits minimize Members’ incentives for reelection-related “pork-barrel” legislation. Term limits also would provide inescapable, bracing reminders of what life in the real world is like. Term limits secure Congress’s independent judgment. Term limits would restore respect for Congress.
Lynch outlines his policies on Veterans (father a 1/9 Marine Vet – Vietnam), the 2nd Amendment (protect it), Same Sex Marriage (State Issue, but an American is an American), National Security (important to America), Health Care (his family is one of the many who lost their insurance coverage due to Obamacare) and the National Debt, Energy and more to come.
This may be the election of the Grass Roots candidate as voters fear a Clinton dynasty and there has yet to be anyone emerging from the Republican party that is invigorating the conservative base.
Kennedy was elected by an America tired of a Government that was not changing with the times . And like the early 60’s we are undergoing a technology and media access revolution.
It may be that just having the party and the money behind you will not ensure your win. Ask Eric Cantor.
It may be that the smartest thing the GOP can do to get a conservative into the White House is to seriously consider someone like Lynch. And his lack of previous political position should not bother anyone.
It didn’t hurt Obama.
Watch Communities Digital News as we watch this, and the other candidates, for the 2016 elections. And we will be reaching out to Mr. Lynch for an interview on the issues and the future of America.