Bryan Greene, Constitution Party of North Carolina candidate for Congress

In the past few days Bryan Greene submitted documents with the FEC declaring his candidacy to run in the North Carolina’s tenth congressional district against two-term Republican Rep. Patrick T. McHenry, who was re-elected with 60 percent of the vote last year in the heavily Republican-leaning district.

The Constitution Party of North Carolina is backing Greene, who is strongly anti-abortion, supports gun owners’ rights, and wants to eventually abolish the income, estate and gift taxes.

Greene is a Marine Corps veteran who works in the Engineering Department at Frye Regional Medical Center in Hickory, N.C. Greene, whose eldest son is serving in Iraq, said he would seek to bring U.S. troops home and “end the unconstitutionally declared war in Iraq.”

On his campaign Web site, Greene said he seeks to “restore our government to its limited constitutional boundaries and Biblical foundations.”

Source: CQPolitics.com

30 Responses to “Bryan Greene, Constitution Party of North Carolina candidate for Congress”

  1. Trent Hill Says:

    Amazingly enough, I just discovered this guy like….30 minutes ago.

    Political analysts are apparently unaware of how much Greene will affect the race.

    A message to Bryan: Make it competitive, and maybe the CP will raise 1mill for you—like we did for Gilchrist.

  2. Freelancer Says:

    Isn’t he actually an indpendent running, but the CP is endorsing him?

  3. Ferenc Says:

    Good luck.
    I hope all of the other independent,and third party members vote for him.
    God bless him.

  4. Trent Hill Says:

    Probably. Its hard to get on the ballot in NC.

  5. Timothy West Says:

    “Biblical foundations.”

    every time I hear this , I wonder how these people come to this. Not only is the no biblical foundations, the founders took great to make sure that no religion would ever be enshrined by the state. They re-membered the Church Of England very well, and they did NOT desire that the USA go that route.

    If they had, they could have very easily done so by putting the needed language into the Cons. or bill of rights.

    they they did not do so, and expressly forbade religious tests as well, is very telling.

  6. Cody Quirk Says:

    Tim,

    The CP platform was done as a compromise between the practical members and the extremists, which in those days made up a significant minority in the Party.

    Expect the 2008-2012 CP Platform to be better sounding.

  7. timothy west Says:

    yeh, I m hip. All 3rd parties seems to be that way.

  8. Joe Says:

    Cody,

    Note that in this case the phrase “biblical foundations” language came not from the national party platform, but from Bryan’s campaign. Do you consider him and the Constitution Party of North Carolina to be “extremist?” How about Kevin Thompson, Butch Paugh, Les Riley, and all the other Constitution Party candidates who talk about restoring America to its biblical foundations?

  9. matt Says:

    Tim,
    When people speak of Biblical foundations, they are usually speaking of philosophical foundations, not organizational foundations. I’d wager that less than 5% of those who use the term have any inclination whatsoever to start a state church or reinstate religious tests.

    More often, they want to recognize the role the Reformation had in the evolution of human rights.

    Bigotry is one thing, recognizing your roots is quite another.

  10. matt Says:

    Replace “your” with “one’s” in the post above.

  11. Ferenc Says:

    People
    Don’t forget one things. We have a lots of good democrat, and lots of good republicans, but ,we don’t have enough PROUD AND GOOD CHRISTIAN AMERIKANS in Washington.

    Pray to GOD to save our nation, becouse we can’t.
    GODE BLESS YOU ALL

  12. matt Says:

    Ferenc,
    I am confused about what point you are trying to make. Most politicians in DC claim to be members of Christian Churches, and since neither of us are the Holy Spirit (right?), we can’t prove them wrong.

    Focus on policy. People will be as Christian as they want to be, and you aren’t qualified to judge them in that aspect of their lives.

  13. timothy west Says:

    I’m not a Christian of any kind. I deny all revealed religions. However. this is only my choice. I am Deist, not Christian.

  14. timothy west Says:

    I am of the same opinion as Gandhi, who said ” I like your Christ, but I dont like Christians”.

  15. matt Says:

    Gandhi’s broad brush was impressive.

  16. Ferenc Says:

    Matt
    I’m not a blind over religieous crazy. But,if you look in to what happenings in our nation,I don’t know how come you can see. Hollywood openly promote gay and lesbian life style. Our public schools are a disgrace for our nation. You don’t know if a gay or lesbian talking to your child about sexuality in the school. They can take your child for an abortion with out your knowledge. You can’t talking badly about nobady,expect christians. Priest sex offenders (which is shame,and we must punish them) is a big story,
    but how about public school sex offenders. Radical muslims knows we loosing our religien.They know more and more people turn away from religien in the western world. Using drug,alcohol is very high.Also divorce is very high in our world. Good community, good familly is going away.Our streets are filled with school drop outs. Most of the problem starts becouse more and more people don’t care about others. Me,Me Me. That is the only things what people care about. How mutch for ME. Look at our politicians.
    Matt. what ever we doing, we must believe it good for others. I don’t know how many millions of people die if relieges organizations don’t help them around the world. God Bless You

  17. matt Says:

    I think we have to live responsibly and faithfully as Christians, but I don’t think voting for non-Christians is wrong.

    I mostly agree about the problems you mentioned, but the problems start at home, and so do the real solutions.

    God Bless You.

  18. Ferenc Says:

    Matt

    We have more than 50 miilion children with out a normal familly,as we know. We need a GOOD American for president.
    God Bless

  19. Cody Quirk Says:

    Note that in this case the phrase “biblical foundations” language came not from the national party platform, but from Bryan’s campaign. Do you consider him and the Constitution Party of North Carolina to be “extremist?”

    =No, simply trying to attrack the wrong crowd and exclude the average voter.
    The religious right will stay GOP for a long, LONG time.

    How about Kevin Thompson, Butch Paugh, Les Riley, and all the other Constitution Party candidates who talk about restoring America to its biblical foundations?

    =Basically they’re using the language from the CP platform, yet if you think they want to establish a Theocracy instead of a Constitutional Republic, then you’re mistaken. Howard uses that language, yet he won’t touch your agenda with a ten-foot stick.

    =BTW it’s their campaigns to decorate and control and none of them have a good chance to get elected anyways. Though Lesley may get a good amount of votes in that race.

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