Huntington, NY, October 02, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- A new website for an open forum of knowledge exchange has launched. What makes this site unique and vital is that Bootstrap America is designed to give a voice and resources to those who want to restore America to its’ former status of prominence.
Francine Vallone, one of the two partners of Bootstrap America stated that “Each word of the Preamble was painstakingly crafted by our founding fathers to act as a preliminary avowal to the principles secured in our Constitution and provided for our people. Inexcusably these principles have been eroded away by a general disrespect for what has made America great.
Edward Bulwer-Lytton once stated that “The pen is mightier than the sword.” It is with this thought that Bootstrap America has been formed. This site will be an open forum of knowledge exchange that will aid Americans in becoming more involved in the direction and fate of their country. Join today to become a member. It’s free and your information will not be sold. Membership is a format to show strength in numbers.” Vallone further added “Bootstrap America is not in the strictest meaning of the word a Think Tank - we have no government funding or endowment... we owe no allegiances to any political party or company... what we are is a voice that provides FAQs on issues, policies, procedures, companies, and politicians so that these things can be discussed, weighed, or judged and solutions brought to the table. America’s very foundation promotes and protects a person’s right to freely speak and debate. Bootstrap America welcomes open and responsible arguments. It is in knowing both sides of an issue that we become strong. That strength will make for a united America that can pull itself up by the bootstraps and send a clear message to those decision and policy makers that Americans are pulling themselves up by their bootstraps and taking back our constitutionally endowed unalienable rights. Bootstrap America launches an open forum of knowledge exchange to make America strong.”
Partner Lisa O’Keefe adds that the website, www.bootstrapamerica.net covers a variety of topics including environmental issues, legislative bills, petitions, illegal aliens, Made in the USA, military honors, American events, Charity begins at home, and a daily Sound Off topic. The format is easy for one to follow. And all are welcome to add new threads or to comment to an existing one.”
Vallone states what is unique about Bootstrap America is that it is not a website attempting to make a political stand but rather an American stand. “It’s time that the American public pulls themselves up by the bootstraps and makes their voices heard. Each one of us is accountable for a better tomorrow and that can only be accomplished through knowledge unity and action.”
For more on this site, please visit www.bootstrapamerica.net or write to Francine Vallone at Fran@bootstrapamerica.net.