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Old 05-14-2008, 03:22 PM
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Chuck Baldwin 4 pres!!!

Check this guy out. We need a guy like this in the white house.

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Old 05-14-2008, 05:39 PM
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I am going to research more about this guy and the Constitutional Party. If he and this party are really for what he says, then I could vote for him in a heartbeat. I am also going to include this link in an email to my friends and family to give him some more exposure.

Thank you DieselDan for sharing this info.

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Sounds like every other Radical right wing campaign speech I've ever heard. I'm sure this guy will get about as much support as Alan Keyes as well.

He makes a lot of good points, but unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on your opinion) one man alone does not a nationn make. The real disservice to the American people is coming from our worthless A$$, no good, lazy, self-serving congress. These idiots could ruin a one car funeral procession.

The beauty of the constitution that was written by our forefathers was that it required all facets of the government to be leaders so as not to form an authoritarian government, but it seems that we no longer have leaders and men of courage running our country.

Good ideas, but without a congress to support it, this guy would be dead in the water.
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But for me, voting for McCain is the lesser of two evils, which unfortunately is still voting for evil. If voting for this fella makes me a radical right winger then that is a badge / label I will wear with pride.

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Don't get me wrong, I'm voting for McCain too, not because I want to, but because technically I'm republican and he is the closest thing to it. I certainly don't subscribe to the "I'm not voting because I don't like the candidates" theory. That's f-ing childish. I do believe though that too much of one thing is often not a good thing (hence the radical right wing; would be the same if the guy was radical left wing).
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Old 05-14-2008, 06:24 PM
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My bad Ed, I miss understood ya' there for a bit.
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Yeah, this whole election deal has got me in a bad way..........I really wish the republicans had a candidate that we could get behind. I'm so sick of hearing about Obama and Clinton I wanna just puke. I really think we will be in a much worse mess after this next go round. I would just about bet that we are getting a first in the white house in November........
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Check this guy out. We need a guy like this in the white house.

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Well, I like Ron Paul, and he's out. I liked Huckabee, and he's out.
I've always like the Constitution party platform, as well as the
Natural Law platform, and even the Libertarian Party platform.

Looks like I'll have to give this fellow a closer look ...
Thanks for posting!
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Old 05-15-2008, 06:44 AM
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I like this guy, don't think he will get very far, at least this go around. 8 yrs ago half the people voted for a baffun Al Gore, 4 years ago half voted for an America heater, John Kerry. It's sad that common sence and tridition is labeled far Right wing.

I think Chuck Baldwin is mainstream for independant thinking Americans.
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Old 05-15-2008, 08:06 AM
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Sounds like every other Radical right wing campaign speech I've ever heard. I'm sure this guy will get about as much support as Alan Keyes as well.

He makes a lot of good points, but unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on your opinion) one man alone does not a nationn make. The real disservice to the American people is coming from our worthless A$$, no good, lazy, self-serving congress. These idiots could ruin a one car funeral procession.

The beauty of the constitution that was written by our forefathers was that it required all facets of the government to be leaders so as not to form an authoritarian government, but it seems that we no longer have leaders and men of courage running our country.

Good ideas, but without a congress to support it, this guy would be dead in the water.
I'd like to hear the definition of Radical Right Wing. I hear that thrown around a lot in the press, always with a negative connotation, but never
a definition. When we hear Radical Muslim extremist, I think we all agree
that we're talking about suicide bombers and other terrorists who have
no interest in advancing their religious faith, only in causing terror for
political purposes.

As far as Congress, they are the real problem in this country. Or a symptom
of the problem. So long as welfare recipients vote, they will vote for the
candidate who promises them more and better benefits. Likewise for
illegal immigrants, NAMBLA members, abortion proponents, etc. Until and
unless this country as a whole realizes that big government is NOT the
answer to people's problems, they will continue to vote for candidates who
promise to further expand the government at the expense of the people
(in terms of our wallets, and our rights).

I would prefer a national government that is firmly constrained by the
bounds set forth in the Constitution. If people want services from
their government not covered by the Constitution (such as free medical,
welfare income, free education, etc) they should look to their State
governments, and pay for it with State taxes. Not Federal taxes. Then
those of us who disagree strongly enough can choose to move to another
state more aligned with our principles.

My $0.02 (before taxes).
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