Constitution Party presidential candidate interview Monday night

Constitution Party presidential hopeful Dr. Don Grundmann will be on This Is Politics on Monday (Nov. 26) at 6:00 PM (ET).

16 Responses to “Constitution Party presidential candidate interview Monday night”

  1. Eric Dondero Says:

    Boy, talk about obscure. A “limousine company owner” for President. Not dissing limo drivers, but if this is the best the CP can come up with, they’re destined for obscurity. Maybe even worse than the LP and George Phillies.

  2. Austin Cassidy Says:

    I think the Matrix-themed website needs to go before people will really take him seriously.

  3. Ronald Monroe Says:

    Eric, I am a strong supporter of the Constitution Party, But I have to agree with you, we have to attract individuals with more name recognition, our we are going to lose a lot of interest when election comes.

    There appears to be a lot of interest in the Constitution Party at less in the State of Michigan, but we need a candidate with a name that the public knows a Ron Paul or Allen Keys or someone with that type of name prominence. Naturally they have to agree with our National Party platform.

  4. Gary Odom Says:

    Anybody can say they are running for President. Cyberspace is full of individuals who few, if any, have ever heard of who have websites proclaiming that they are running for President as independents, GOPs, DEMs, Libertarians and Greens. Why should the CP be any different?

    Don Grundmann is a nice man from my home state of California who, in my view, should be running for Congress—maybe he still will. The California AIP has a non-binding Presidential primary in February. Winning does get you even a cup of coffee—except that the winner might get some slight amount of name recognition. The filing for other offices begins right after the primary and I would not be surpised if Don and Diane Templin, another California “Presidential Candidate,” each file for local office. I hope so. At any rate, they should probably be considered something like the traditional “favorite son (or daughter) candidates” that we used to hear about more than we do in this era.

    By the way Don is not a limo driver, but a Chiropracter. The limo driver is someone else, who I believe has decided not to run.

    By early next year, one or more much more well known candidates for the Constitution Party nomination will have revealed themselves.

  5. Trent Hill Says:

    Grundmann couldnt win our nomination, period.

    Jerome Corsi, Alan Keyes, Sen. Bob Smith—-these are the frontrunners.
    I’ll vote against Alan Keyes—but for both of the other men.

  6. Cody Quirk Says:

    Exactley Trent.

    Don’s doesn’t have enough name-recognition and unfortunately some of his campaign literature are eye sores. Not because what is written, but because how they are written.

  7. Eric Dondero Says:

    Why don’t you guys run Chuck Norris? He seems like he’d be crazy enough to run for President. He’s now endorsing Huckabee, and I imagine when Huck loses he’ll be wanting to jump on some other bandwagon.

  8. Trent Hill Says:

    Norris writes for WND and is likely to endorse our guy in the general.

  9. Dan Clementsw Says:

    I can’t believe what I’m reading. As a member of the CP I would have to say its not about name recognition. Its about character and principals, and doing whats right by the people of these United States. Lets not get caught up in what the two party system wants us to think. Lets think for ourselves, lets put up candidates who will up hold the Constitution and bring this country back to greatness.

  10. Ghoststrider Says:

    This guy thinks the goal of homosexuality is to normalize child molestation. If the CP didn’t nominate people who refused to live in reality, it may generate more and better publicity.

    But if it did that, it might just be another LP…

  11. Eric Dondero Says:

    Yeah, you keep thinking that there Dan. It’s not about celebrity and all. You’re right, it’s about philosophy and issues. Keep on a thinking that.

    As a Rudy supporter, I don’t want the CP to succeed, for all you’ll do is take away votes from my guy in the general.

    So, you’re right, forget the celebrity thing. Run the limo driver for President.

  12. matt Says:

    If I were supporting Rudy G, I wouldn’t want to talk about philosophy or issues either.

  13. Rev. Pat Robertson Says:

    Why not?

    Jesus told me we should nuke Mecca. I think Rudy is the man for the job.

    Even though he is a cross-dressing, twice divorced, anti-life, pro-homosexual Papist, he’s the one who can be trusted not to waver when it comes time to push that button.

    Nuke the Islamist bastards in the name of Jesus! Amen.

  14. Trent Hill Says:


    Do you not read? It said limo company OWNER. Besides, Odom already said he isnt a limo driver,he’s a chiropracter.

    But Grundmann never had any realistic chance at this nomination. If not Corsi or Sen. Bob Smith—then it would be Jim Clymer or Chuck Baldwin.

  15. Cody Quirk Says:

    I can’t believe what I’m reading. As a member of the CP I would have to say its not about name recognition. Its about character and principals, and doing whats right by the people of these United States.

    =Right, but Don still wouldn’t be the number 1 choice if we picked our candidates that way.

    Don needs to run for Congress or a state office; this is going too far too soon.

  16. Dan Clements Says:


    I did not say Don Grundmann should be our nominee, I was talking about name recognition. Rudy has the name a lot of people know, but that does not excuse his unconstitutional stance on a lot of issues. Can you honestly say Rudy will uphold the Constitution? Rudy is a social liberal and a RINO.
    If you believe some of the polls anywhere from 54% -65% of folks polled are not happy with the two national parties. I believe the CP will pull a lot of votes from both parties.
    I’m glad I live in a country that allows qualified individuals to run for any office. You keep voting on name recognition, and who can beat who in the general election, but don’t come complaining when things don’t change and the country stay in the mess it is now.
    Vote character, principal, values. WE THE PEOPLE will change this country for the better, we cannot rely on the same old, tired, politics, and politicians to change this country. WE THE PEOPLE 08 GO CP

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