Constitution Party

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  1. ballfan

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    Are there any registered members of the Constitution Party? If that party is to be a serious party there should be registered members that are eligible to vote in their primaries. THose that intend to vote Constitutional Party, Are you registered that way?
     
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    I have been a registered member of the Constitution Party since 2000.
     
  3. KenH

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    There is no requirement to register by party in Arkansas. And I would not register by party if required. I would register as an independent. I refuse to feel obligated to vote for a candidate of any particular political party.
     
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    I notice that in 2000 the Constitution Party received .09 percent of the total vote. Something just over 98,000 votes nationwide.

    Have you voted in their primaries?
     
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    Many states do not require registration by party. Here is God's Country, you can vote any party you want in the primary.
     
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    There is no organized CP in Louisiana. I would give it serious consideration if there was. I am Republican plus a member of the Republican Liberty Caucus BUT after watching the debates..I am leaning very, very heavy to the CP candidate Mike Peroukta.
     
  7. JGrubbs

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    I notice that in 2000 the Constitution Party received .09 percent of the total vote. Something just over 98,000 votes nationwide.

    Have you voted in their primaries?
    </font>[/QUOTE]Without my vote Howard Phillips would have only had 97,999 votes. ;) In order for there to be primaries there has to be two candidates from the same party running for the same office. That hasn't happend in Florida with the Constitution Party yet. I voted in the primaries this past year, but it was all non-partisian offices.
     
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    At the first of this month, I attended a CP meeting and joined the party. It is very small in this area. Peruotka will be the only CP candidate on the ballot during the general election, in my county. We hope to field some candidates in the 06 general election.

    Roy
     
  9. ballfan

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    Does Peruotka make personal appearances? Have any of you been to a campaign rally where Peruotka appeared in person?

    Do any of you actually think Peruotka has any chance of winning?

    If Peruotka does not win which candidate, Bush or Kerry, would you rather see elected to the office?
     
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    Peroutka has been making personal appearances in every state in the country for the past year. I have been invited to a few of the campaign rallies with Peroutka, but have not been able to attent them. I have spoken with him on the phone a few times.

    I personally don't think Peroutka has a "chance" of winning "the election" in November, but I believe the fact that he has ran to expose the problems with the two major parties, and has helped to educate the American voters on a real conservative alternative to the left-leaning GOP is a victory in and of itself. If God wants Peroutka to win, he will regardless of "chance". Did David have any "chance" of beating Goliath?

    That last question is a tough question to answer. I believe Bush to be a better person than Kerry morally, but I believe that Bush has done more damage to our nation in less than four years than Clinton was able to in eight. I wonder if Kerry were elected would we have four years of gridlock, where if Bush is elected we will have four more years of federal growth, big spending, attacks on our Constitutional rights and further destruction of our Constitutional Republic.
     
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    1) Yes. LadyEagle has been to one.

    2) Very, very, very, very little.

    3) President Bush.
     
  12. Pennsylvania Jim

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    Yes.



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    It would practically require a miracle. God can operate that way, but usually doesn't.
    Kerry would probably do less damage, because the GOP congress would stop him from implemetnig Bush's liberal Democrat agenda. I no longer practice "lesser evil" voting, but if I did I'd cast my vote for Kerry. But I won't.
     
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    So you would vote for someone who openly supports something as evil as partial birth abortion over someone who clearly doesn't support it.
     
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    For one thing, you have to be a cold-blooded money lover to join the CP. They have an ugly platform of cut and run in the war against terror, abandon all allies and friends overseas by eliminating foreign aid (let them eat cake in the Sudan), and hunker down in the bunker like one waiting for the Russians, huh? Peroutka is an ill-tempered lawyer--one assumes a John Edwards silkey pony type. To all you right-wingers in the CP, thanks for leaving the GOP--Bush's bandwagon is rolling even faster to victory if that is possible. Maybe the CP members will move to Canada--there is always hope. (Sorry, Canada, you are not really a dumping ground for strident American fringe groups.)
     
  15. JGrubbs

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    huh? CMG, Do you actually read what you post or just copy and past your rants? :rolleyes:

    I forgot to wish you a happy birthday two weeks ago! [​IMG] Two more years till retirement!
     
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    Do you ever work for a living or do you just sit around and think about retirement and post issue-dodging replies to the truth about the CP?
     
  17. JGrubbs

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    I didn't see any truth about the CP in your hate filled rants. [​IMG]
     
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    There is here in the land of the Lord, Tennessee, so you can vote in a particular primary and to avoid the "well-poisoining" of flipping parties.
     
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    So you would vote for someone who openly supports something as evil as partial birth abortion over someone who clearly doesn't support it. [/QB]</font>[/QUOTE]Can't you read, or do you just make up things to suit your argument? I clearly said that I would not vote for Kerry.
     
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    CMG, try to get some rest, maybe your head will clear up. Ihope you get better.
     

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