04 October 2008


There is a long-standing conspiracy to keep the American public uninformed. Don't believe me? Google "the fully-informed jury". Now find the part of the constitution that talks about separation of church and state (the truth: it's NOT IN the constitution). Do you know how many political parties are allowed by the constitution. Answer: none! Political parties aren't mentioned.
Normally, I am a passionate Republican. This election, however, I'm having second thoughts; mainly because of Sarah Palin. The thought of her stepping in as president, should something happen to her 72 year old, 4 times cancer-surviving running mate scares the hell out of me.
Don't get me wrong. I like John McCain. And I'm relatively sure that Palin would make a good vice pres. But folks, can you see her at a G8 summit talking to Vladimir Putin? Or pumping up the troops just before a major offensive against Iran? There's a sight to make you fill up your Levis.
Fear not!!! There IS a choice.
Many people are unaware that there are several viable political parties in the good old U S of A. To learn about my other favorite, check out the Constitution party. Here's a quote from Wikipedia
about them.
"The Constitution Party advocates a platform which aims to reflect the principles of the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution of the United States, and the Bill of Rights. Their policies are similar to that of the Libertarian Party in their strong belief in federalism, limited government, and non-intervention, but similar to the Republican Party in their stance against abortion, homosexual marriage, embryonic stem cell research, and illegal immigration."
To see the entire entry, go here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Constitution_Party_(United_States)
If you would like to visit their home page, and find out what they're all about, go here:
Now you know that you have a choice, and you're a little more informed. God bless the USA