WILLIE CARTER FOR PRESIDENT
MAKING THE DIFFERENCE...DOING THE RIGHT THING
Of the people, by the people, for the people.
BIOGRAPHY OF WILLIE FELIX CARTER
Willie Felix Carter was born on June 15, 1943, in Fort Worth, Texas to the parents of Mr. Hugh Bert Sr. and Mrs. Willie Fair (Howard) Carter, formerly of Fairfield, Texas, the third child of eleven children.
Willie Felix Carter attended Sunrise Elementary School, Dunbar Junior High School, and graduated from I. M. Terrell High School in 1961, all schools in Fort Worth, Texas.
Willie Felix Carter attended Tarrant County Junior College for two years studying Electronics Technology.
Willie Felix Carter joined the United States Air Force in 1961, and was honorably discharged after serving four years and thirty days.
Willie Felix Carter joined the United States Air Force Reserve in 1966, assigned to the 512th Military Airlift Wing at Carswell AFB, Texas. Received many honors including, "Airman of the Year" Air Force Reserve wide, two United States Air Force Commendation Awards for "Superior Mechanical Ability." Was promoted to Senior Master Sergeant, and after serving a total of twenty-eight years, active and reserve duty, retired on August 10, 1990.
Willie Felix Carter is a member at Carter Temple New Jerusalem Church of God In Christ in Fort Worth, Texas, and also a member at Revival Center Triedstone Church of God In Christ in Los Angeles, California, serving as a deacon, and as General Sunday School Superintendent.
Willie Felix Carter has been blessed of the Lord to have nine children, Elaine, Dwayne, Terry, Richie, Rickie, Camilla, Curtis, Shirley, and Michole.
Willie Felix Carter ran for President in 1988, 1992, 1996, 2000, 2004, 2008, 2012, and is presently running for president for 2016.
Technical Sergeant Willie F. Carter distinguished himself by meritorious service while assigned to 301st Consolidated Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, Carswell AFB, Texas, from January 1975 to March 1981. During this period, Sergeant Carterís outstanding professional knowledge and skill, superior mechanical ability, and devotion to duty aided immeasurably in identifying rigging problems during the phase inspection and in developing and implementing effective solutions to the problems. The distinctive accomplishments of Sergeant Carter reflect credit upon himself and the United States Air Force.
By invitation, and having been duly elected by the Chamberís Board of Directors
Carterís Radio and T.V.
Is a business Member of the Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America
December 7, 1984
Founder and owner of "Fantastic Sounds Gospel Recording" in Long Beach, California. (Video and Audio recording studio).
Willie Felix Carter is also a great grandson of Leoandrus Carter of Wortham, Texas, a former slave from Wilcox, County, Georgia.
A Candidate for President of the United States of America
I was shown in a vision of the Lord, of the Heavens and the earth, in the Spring of 1980, that I was being conditioned to be the President of the United States of America, and I was momentarily given the power of the office to see what I would do. I saw myself in the vision getting either in or out of the staff car. In the Spring of 1983, I was shown in a vision of the Lord, the complete destruction of America, I saw fire sweeping across America from east to west as a great furnace, and I was commanded of the Lord to go on a 35 day fast that God turn his wrath from our nation. I wanted to eat and the Lord said, once that I get started with my wrath, I will not be turning back, and you will wish that you had gone on a fast, so I asked the Lord to help me on the fast, and he did. I was afterwards commanded of the Lord to enter the race to become President of the United States of America, and I have, even at the present time. I love God, and all of the people of this great nation, and I hope to serve as your next President, looking forward to see prosperity reinvigorated, our economy rebounding.. and may the people of the United States of America say, "HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN" .
Willie Felix Carter
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