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SkyStorm82
03-01-2006, 12:21 AM
Anyone here a member of the Constitution Party? What is everyone's thoughts on this particular party?

Here's their website.http://www.constitutionparty.com/

Charliegone
03-01-2006, 5:49 PM
I think they are too religious for me, but I do agree on their stance on gun control and terrorism and personal liberty.

jdberger
03-01-2006, 8:38 PM
Restore our land to its Biblical foundations
Biblical foundations?
Does that include Biblical law, too?
That whole Sharia business always seemed so attractive.....:confused: :confused:

blacklisted
03-01-2006, 8:44 PM
I almost registered for the Libertarian Party, but instead I declined to state. I may reconsider in the future.

ETA: Whoa! The Constituion party is crazy!

Their stance on Pornography:

Pornography

Pornography, at best, is a distortion of the true nature of sex created by God for the procreative union between one man and one woman in the holy bonds of matrimony, and at worst, is a destructive element of society resulting in significant and real emotional, physical, spiritual and financial costs to individuals, families and communities. We call on our local, state and federal governments to uphold our cherished First Amendment right to free speech by vigorously enforcing our laws against obscenity to maintain a degree of separation between that which is truly speech and that which only seeks to distort and destroy.

With the advent of the Internet and the benevolent neglect of the previous administrations, the pornography industry enjoyed uninhibited growth and expansion until the point today that we live in a sex-saturated society where almost nothing remains untainted by its perversion. While we believe in the responsibility of the individual and corporate entities to regulate themselves, we also believe that our collective representative body we call government plays a vital role in establishing and maintaining the highest level of decency in our community standards.

These guys are way too religious. I don't want religious doctrines forced upon me as law, or else I would live in Iran. Check out their stance on other issues.

Charliegone
03-01-2006, 11:05 PM
I know man, I need my porno.:D ;)

blacklisted
03-01-2006, 11:18 PM
I know man, I need my porno.:D ;)

;)

This line is the one that really troubles me:

While we believe in the responsibility of the individual and corporate entities to regulate themselves, we also believe that our collective representative body we call government plays a vital role in establishing and maintaining the highest level of decency in our community standards.

MrTuffPaws
03-02-2006, 8:16 AM
They are thinking about changing their names to the "Thumper Party":D

Tyler
03-02-2006, 10:54 AM
I'm a Libertarian, so i pretty much waste my votes every election.

shopkeep
03-02-2006, 11:36 AM
I used to be more of an independant in College but since SB-23 I've become a complete hardcore right wing militia nut. I vote _ONLY_ for Republican candidates and _ONLY_ strictly along party lines. The only thing that stops me from being terrifying is that I'm NOT hardcore religious :).

Strategically speaking, voting for any party other than the Republicans or Democrats is throwing away your vote at best, and voting for another political party at worst. Remember back when Clinton beat out Bush Sr. because of all those votes that went to Ross Perot? Or how about when Bush Jr. just BARELY eeked out a victory against Al Gore because just enough people voted for Ralph Nader in some states?

The Dems are taking HUGE strides to realize their totalitarian socialist dictatorship on both coasts of the country. They are united in purpose and have successfully capture the executive, legislative, and judicial branch of several coastal states. Democrats are just communists under a different name and its only a matter of time before individual ownership of guns is outlawed.

If you don't believe my assertion that the Democraps are commies then you may want to check out the Democratic Socialists of America. A SIGNIFICANT number of top ranking and mid-level democraps including Nancy Pelosi, Dianne Feinstein, and others are all senior members and big contributers of the Democratic Socialists of America.

ajwells
03-02-2006, 1:36 PM
Well except for the extreme reliegeous side, I think that is a great party. I'm not christian at all but I don't even really mind that they are pushing christian values, hell it's better than what we got now.

MrTuffPaws
03-02-2006, 3:53 PM
I used to be more of an independant in College but since SB-23 I've become a complete hardcore right wing militia nut. I vote _ONLY_ for Republican candidates and _ONLY_ strictly along party lines. The only thing that stops me from being terrifying is that I'm NOT hardcore religious :).

Strategically speaking, voting for any party other than the Republicans or Democrats is throwing away your vote at best, and voting for another political party at worst. Remember back when Clinton beat out Bush Sr. because of all those votes that went to Ross Perot? Or how about when Bush Jr. just BARELY eeked out a victory against Al Gore because just enough people voted for Ralph Nader in some states?

The Dems are taking HUGE strides to realize their totalitarian socialist dictatorship on both coasts of the country. They are united in purpose and have successfully capture the executive, legislative, and judicial branch of several coastal states. Democrats are just communists under a different name and its only a matter of time before individual ownership of guns is outlawed.

If you don't believe my assertion that the Democraps are commies then you may want to check out the Democratic Socialists of America. A SIGNIFICANT number of top ranking and mid-level democraps including Nancy Pelosi, Dianne Feinstein, and others are all senior members and big contributers of the Democratic Socialists of America.


You must be really proud of Arnold then. I take it you don't own a .50.

The whole idea of throwing your vote away is false. All you are doing is just voting for the lesser of the two evils instead of the good. If enough people get sick of being screwed by the 2 parties, then there will be change. This coming election will be a perfect chance for the third party, considering that the Repubs have controlled 2 branches of government, and arguably the third as well and still have done nothing of republican ideals.

If you want bigger government, if you want your civil rights eroded, and if you want to get screwed in the pocket book, if not today, then 20 years down the road, you need to vote for the two big parties. If you don't want any of that, then vote third.

jdberger
03-02-2006, 9:26 PM
You must be really proud of Arnold then. I take it you don't own a .50.

The whole idea of throwing your vote away is false. All you are doing is just voting for the lesser of the two evils instead of the good. If enough people get sick of being screwed by the 2 parties, then there will be change. This coming election will be a perfect chance for the third party, considering that the Repubs have controlled 2 branches of government, and arguably the third as well and still have done nothing of republican ideals.

If you want bigger government, if you want your civil rights eroded, and if you want to get screwed in the pocket book, if not today, then 20 years down the road, you need to vote for the two big parties. If you don't want any of that, then vote third.
I've never pretended that the political party I belong to has all of the same priorities that I do. In fact the only party which I agree with 100% is the one I run.

Voting for any political party is voting for the lesser of two evils. I vote for the candidates (and party) that is going to do the most good with the least harm. It's a trade off.

taloft
03-02-2006, 10:42 PM
I never vote along party lines. I vote the issue/candidates that I think are worthy. I'm a "Democrat" as far as the Registrar is concerned (I really need to change that). I can't remember the last time I voted for a Democratic candidate, unless it was to nominate a pro-gun candidate in the primaries. By the way, look up Democrat in the thesaurus in MS Word to get a good laugh.

Also, being Republican or Democrat doesn't always indicate if you are liberal or conservative. Some of the most conservative politicians in congress are southern democrat's. Just a tidbit I picked up in PolySci.

It doesn't matter what party you are registered for, except during the primaries. It only matters how you vote.

avidone
03-02-2006, 10:42 PM
I don't want religious doctrines forced upon me as law, or else I would live in Iran.

10-4 on that!!!