“Abraham Lincoln was the greatest president there ever was,” said Santa Roy Clark, 65. “I think it’s time we get a beard back in office.”

The white-bearded man, formerly known as Roy Allen Clark, pressed a Santa-themed mug to his lips and sipped coffee on a chilly Friday morning at Rosie’s Restaurant. On most days, he’s eating breakfast at the cozy diner off U.S. 60, where blue-collar men blow cigarette smoke and talk politics.

Clark didn’t exhale smoke, but did air out some steam about issues facing the country.

“I used to do a lot of complaining to my buddies working for the railroad,” he said. “Finally, somebody said, ‘Why don’t you do something about it?’ So I did.”

Santa Roy Clark, partisan:
The Santa Claus similar Roy is from Dayton, Ohio. Christmas Roy learned early the value of hard work, perseverance and teamwork. Now the 66-year-old president of the United States of America wants to be. That he wants to achieve with a simple word: love. With campaigns of love he makes Americans aware of how important it is to love yourself the family and his country. The charity plays an important role in his campaign. he formulated his objectives as: the government process he wants to simplify, the budget of the country will Santa bring into balance, reduce the budget deficit and expand the military and expand. In addition, laws should be formulated in a simple and understandable language for every citizen. And that one reaches his opinion easily; with love.

Santa is a president to believe in

And the Huffington Post said,  Trump, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) are trying to appeal to evangelicals, but Santa Roy Clark of Ashland, Kentucky, may get the vote of those who love Kris Kringle.

Clark is a 65-year-old retired electrician and former Marine who was born on Christmas Day.

He told the Ashland Independent that he changed his first name to Santa last September because he “wanted to have the Christmas spirit all the time.” 

Clark admits he doesn't have the political experience of other candidates, but figures that's a plus these days.

"I couldn't screw up the country any more than those people do," he told HuffPost, and he won't mess up the federal government as much because he's "not a professional liar."

Clark believes he has lots of ideas that can save lots of taxpayer money, such as putting Air Force One on eBay.

"It's a status symbol," he said. "It's not needed." 


Other countries are watching Santa Roy

By Andrew Adkins

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