Baldwin to speak at Freedom 21 Conference

Presidential candidate Chuck Baldwin will speak out against the United Nations’ Agenda 21 at the 9th Annual Freedom 21 Conference to be held in Dallas Texas, Saturday, July 24-26, 2008.
Freedom 21, an annual gathering of political, economic and social policy leaders, will focus on the dangers inherent in the United Nations’ global strategy outlined in Agenda 21.

Baldwin, the Constitution Party candidate for president, is a minister, radio talk show host and writer. He has been an outspoken critic of the United Nations’ aggressive Agenda 21, a program Baldwin calls “the mechanism by which Americans are rapidly losing their sovereignty, their Constitutionally- guaranteed rights and their liberties”.

Baldwin points out: “The United Nations’ stealth policies, through so-called Sustainable Development will serve only to create a tyrannical New World Order. Americans must begin to connect the dots on global schemes to advance gun control, promote a globalist education agenda in our classrooms and take away our freedoms under the guise of ‘environmentalism’. The U.N. is behind the push for national ID cards, higher taxes, denigration of the Judeo- Christian world view and the coming North American Union”.

Baldwin, the only presidential candidate who is speaking out against the danger of United Nations- imposed policies will address the conference Saturday, July 26th at 2:00 pm. His speech is titled, The Importance of Voting Principle over Party.

Chuck Baldwin will also join a list of speakers there, including:

Phyllis Schlafly: founder of the Eagle Forum and author of over 20 books.

Dan Byfield: President of the American Land Foundation and has produced a number of documentaries including, Who Owns the Land and When the Environment Collides with the Constitution.

Oklahoma state Senator Randy Brogdon, who introduced the Oklahoma Taxpayers Bill Of Rights.

Dr. Jerome Corsi, author of three New York Times best-selling books including- The Late, Great USA- the Coming Merger with Mexico and Canada.

Other speakers include:

*Tom DeWeese, founder and president of the American Policy Center.

*William Jasper, Senior Editor of The New American Magazine.

*Larry Pratt, Executive Director, Gun Owners of America.

56 Responses to “Baldwin to speak at Freedom 21 Conference”

  1. Dr.Gonzo Says:

    denigration of the Judeo- Christian world view

    The bible party strikes again.

  2. GoNolzOhio Says:

    One of the speakers wrote a book subtitled “The Coming Merger with Mexico and Canada?”

    Does that have anything to do with the black helicopters circling my house? Gotta go…

  3. Red Phillips Says:

    You are so right Dr. Gonzo. The Satan party would be much preferable.

  4. Glenn Brown Says:

    Freedom 21 is costly to attend. I would have like to seen people giving money for ballot access.
    After the election I will ask for an audit of the CP to see how much money they spent in Pennsylvia to get on the ballot at the expense of other smaller states, which are easier to get on the ballot.

  5. Dr.Gonzo Says:

    You are so right Dr. Gonzo. The Satan party would be much preferable.

    Actually the party that doesn’t mix religion and politics would be much better.

    Keep fighting the good fight against gay marriage though. These were probably the same people who were angry when blacks earned civil rights.

  6. Red Phillips Says:

    It is impossible not to mix religion and politics. A person’s religion or lack there of influences everything they do. You are obviously a rigorous secularist, and it clearly influences your politics.

  7. Citizens For A Better Veterans Home[s] Says:

    Paul Wayne Snyder [PhD], Musetta O’Hara, Josie Valdevara, Mary [Tish] Firmiss, Richard Oliver Sewell [RIP], and Don Lake have not had much problems in that area.

    On the other hand, radicals like Red Phillips and John Dennis Coffey can not! Does Red appreciate any ole government of Israel and any ole lethal attack on USS Liberty non combatantants by the Isreali Defense Force? American Patriots whom put the nation of Isreal first?

    Religious activists involved in American SECULAR Politics? Folks whom harm MY spirituality by not keeping their religion at home or in temple!

    It is not impossible to keep religion and SECULAR politics apart. Ya just have to not have hidden, sneaky agenda and put a little bit of HONEST effort into the real, secular world!

  8. Deran Says:

    “Environment Collides with the Constitution”

    LOL I can just imagine what this book is about.

  9. Dr.Gonzo Says:

    It is impossible not to mix religion and politics. A person’s religion or lack there of influences everything they do. You are obviously a rigorous secularist, and it clearly influences your politics

    It is possible to not mix the two. You don’t make political decisions based on your religious views. It isn’t the only thing that influences a persons decisions.

  10. Ronald Monroe Says:

    Good for you Chuck! I am starting to see some of Chuck’s signs near the roads in Michigan. Buy a sign and support Chuck.

  11. Travis Maddox Says:

    If you are a religious person everything you do should be influenced by your beliefs.

    The principle of liberty and equality, if coupled with mere selfishness, will make men only devils, each trying to be independent that he may fight only for his own interest. And here is the need of religion and its power, to bring in the principle of benevolence and love to men.
    John Randolph - 1773-1833

    A little philosophy inclineth man’s mind to atheism, But depth in philosophy bringeth men’s minds about to religion.
    Sir Francis Bacon

  12. William Smith Says:

    I found a website I think you’ll like.

    It has a Libertarian slant. He definitely takes the Dems and Republicans to task.

    His weekend post is on 3rd party strategy.

    Byron 1776
    byron1776.blogspot.com

    Thanks for your terrific site!
    I found you through Techorati

  13. Clark Says:

    ...say it ain’t so, RED PHILLIPS…does RED PHILLIPS favor stealing/’taxing’ ILLION$ from americans (even if it is only stealing some stinking federal reserve tokens) ;o) ...so as to give it to some israeli politicians, zionists, etc?

    ...and btw, WHERE’S THE CONSTITUTIONAL ARTICLE THAT AUTHORIZES THIS, you phony ‘pro-constitution’ gasbags who agree with thi$ ‘polic(e)y’ ?..

    ...and btw, fuck james the ignoramu$ dobson and his phony ‘christians’..

  14. Joseph Marzullo Says:

    The CP are just a bunch of theocrats hiding behind the US Constitution.

  15. Catholic Trotskyist Says:

    I agree with Red and Travis. I think the biggest mistake that my fellow socialists made was giving up religion, rather than trying to work within the church. Religion does influence politics and always will. Keep up the good work Chuck. I know that no matter what you say, in your heart you are a great servant of our HOLY KING BARACK H. OBAMA, as you steal the Republican votes and propel him into the White House, preparing the way for the International Libertarian Socialist Christian/Muslim Revolution.
    Glory to God in the highest, and peace to God’s people on Earth.

    Amen.

  16. Cody Quirk Says:

    The bible party strikes again.

    = Better then the Party of secularist bigots and anti-Muslim bigots!

    At least we never had a Senatorial candidate that called middle easterners ‘Camel dung shovelers’ and called for their death.

  17. Dr.Gonzo Says:

    Better then the Party of secularist bigots and anti-Muslim bigots!

    So one idiot, who every single LP member has said should be kicked out of hte party, makes the whole party full of bigots?

    Good call. Keep the Bible Party focused on the important issues affecting this country. We can’t let dem darn homos marry and stuff. It will ruin the sanctity of the drive thru wedding.

    I find it funny someone defending the CP, who are blatant homophobes, has the nerve to call anyone else a bigot.

  18. GoNolzOhio Says:

    “At least we never had a Senatorial candidate that called middle easterners ‘Camel dung shovelers’ and called for their death.”

    No, about the middle easterners, you just believe they are going to a place of infinite punishment, with endless weeping and perpetual knashing of the teeth.

    Personally, I’d rather be called a camel dung shoveler.

  19. Citizens For A Better Veterans Home[s] Says:

    Oh, Cody has no nerves at all!

  20. Red Phillips Says:

    Who said anything about Israel? I am a non-interventionist. I think we should withdraw all our troops from the Middle East, end foreign aid, and be neutral in the Israel Palestinian affair. Got a little paint where it doesn’t belong with that broad brush some of you are using?

    Hate to tell ya’ll this, but secularism and anti-religion is a world view also, and it impacts all your thinking. That is why ya’ll can’t help injecting yourself into every Constitution Party thread letting us all know what your world view is and that you think we should all share it.

    Do you intrude on every Socialist Party thread and tell them they don’t know jack about economics? Do you intrude on every Green Party thread and tell them you think global warming is bunk? Maybe you do, I don’t know. But if not, why not? Could it be because you hold your secularism with a religious fervor and feel compelled to share it with the rest of us? Trust me. We get it. You can move on now.

  21. Dr.Gonzo Says:

    Hate to tell ya’ll this, but secularism and anti-religion is a world view also, and it impacts all your thinking.

    False. Our view of the world is based on facts as they are given. Not a book of religious beliefs.

    Do you intrude on every Socialist Party thread and tell them they don’t know jack about economics? Do you intrude on every Green Party thread and tell them you think global warming is bunk?

    No, because those parties aren’t disgracing the name of the Constitution by claiming to stand for its principles.

  22. Larry Breazeale,Msgt.(ret.)USAF Says:

    CHUCK BALDWIN will be a breath of fresh air there, at this conference. It will be interesting to see if he will confront PHYLLIS SCHLAFLY, or at least cross paths with this woman..who talks the talk but does NOT walk the walk
    (simply because she STILL apparently clings on to the status quo republican party “lesser of so-called evils”). Schlafly needs to wake up and really smells the roses and finally cut those republican apron strings!
    GOOD LUCK CHUCK….”you” are saying ALL the right things! And to this so-called “DR. GONZO”......you make some very outrageous, ridiculas remarks that make NO sense! What planet did you step off of? The CP is NOT the religion party , or Bible party, as you say. We in the CP welcome everyone, even athiests, if they so desire. The CP is only a reflection of the ‘founding fathers’ and our country’s sacred documents. If our founding fathers were alive today, they most certainly would be firmly registered in the Constitution party. “THEY” were a MIX of ALL religions! Just like the CP!
    It is called “being American”. I guess YOU can’t handle that sort of thing…are YOU getting the ‘heebie-jeebies’ or the ‘nillie willies’?

    -Larry Breazeale, Msgt.(ret.)USAF
    Nat.Chrm.National Veterans Coalition,
    of the CONSTITUTION PARTY…www.nvets.org

    Chrm. Orange County Central Committee,
    American Independent Party (California)
    Anaheim Hills, Ca.

  23. Deran Says:

    I hate to do this; site a NY Times article, but:

    http://www.nytimes.com/2008/07/27/us/27immig.html?_r=1&oref=slogin

    The article exposes that the illegal workers in the Iowa meat plants that were raided a few months ago, were close to slave labor situations.

    I don’t condone the way the ICE has carried out their storm trooper style raids, nor the imprisonment of illegal workers, but the owners of the packing plants are the ones exploiting these illegals, not the other way around.

    I bring all this up, because this whole “freedom 21” shindig is a bunch of sad sack, nativist Know-Nothings, and jingoistic fear-mongers. Especially regarding non-caucasian people.

  24. Joseph Marzullo Says:

    Deran,

    Those “illegals” were incapable of leaving the job? It’s a voluntary thing. You agree to a job, you do it. If you don’t, you lose the job. Simpl as that. It’s an exchange; money for labor. Minimum wage is a price fix on labor.

  25. Cody Quirk Says:

    So one idiot, who every single LP member has said should be kicked out of hte party, makes the whole party full of bigots?

    = Now you finally understand stereo-typing. We are not a Party of Theocrats, in fact a former CP candidate that ran for Congress in Louisiana was an athiest.

  26. Andy Craig Says:

    I’m more than happy to let the CP become the dumping ground for the refuse of the pro-liberty movement- troofers, theocrats, nativists, and people obsessed with the UN/Illuminati/Trilateral Commission/CFR/what-have-you. I’d much rather have them over there in their own little fantasy world than gumming up the works over here by associating themselves with the message of liberty.

  27. Andy Craig Says:

    “in fact a former CP candidate that ran for Congress in Louisiana was an athiest”

    Note the former.

  28. Don Grundmann Says:

    ” Actually the party that doesn’t mix religion and politics would be much better.

    Keep fighting the good fight against gay marriage though. These were probably the same people who were angry when blacks earned civil rights.”

    Response : There is no such thing as a party, or a person, that does not mix religion and politics. Since all human beings are religious, inclusive of agnostics and atheists, separation of politics and religion is impossible. People who squeal above separation of religion and politics or ” church and state ” simply want to replace Christianity with their own sick and anti-human religion.

    Homosexuality is a emotional pathology which results from the breakdown of the family unit. It has nothing to do with physical DNA and everything to do with spiritual DNA; the weaknesses and emotional pathologies of 2 parents which combine to afflict and warp their child. Being black is obviously genetic and cannot be reversed or chosen ( unless you are Michael Jackson ). Homosexuality is commonly reversed as a result of recovery by and restoration of the afflicted.

  29. Don Grundmann Says:

    “...someone defending the CP, who are blatant homophobes…

    Response : There is no such thin as a ” homophobe ” or ” homophobia.” They do not exist. Neith is there such a thing as ” gay.”

  30. Don Grundmann Says:

    ” False. Our view of the world is based on facts as they are given. Not a book of religious beliefs.”

    Response : Total and absolute BS. Who gives you the ” facts?” Of course your braniac ” experts ” who don’t know their posterior from a hole in the ground. You recite what you are told and call it a ” fact.” Classic example : Anti-Christians and you ( with 99.9999% probability ) will claim evolution to be a ” fact ” when the theory and practice cannot account for the existence of one single cell which includes cell membrane, nucleau, and REPRODUCING DNA. Nitwit believers in the religion of evolution will proclaim that with time, dirt, and water all mixed up something can come from nothing. A beyond idiotic religious belief that the brainiacs will spout and use to proclaim themselves as geniuses for believing it. Anti-Christianity is a complete religious belief in and of itself.

  31. Don Grundmann Says:

    ” Do you intrude on every Socialist Party thread and tell them they don’t know jack about economics? Do you intrude on every Green Party thread and tell them you think global warming is bunk?

    No, because those parties aren’t disgracing the name of the Constitution by claiming to stand for its principles.”

    Response : Those ” parties ” don’t believe for a second in the Constitution. The CP not only ” claims ” to stand for the Constitution but is the ONLY party that actually does. The Socialists and Greens are anti-humanity parties that spit on the Constitution and use it only to cover their own designs for dictatorship.

  32. Citizens For A Better Veterans Home[s] Says:

    Red Phillips:

    You made a stupid, illogical statement that most educated and even religious people would not agree with.

    You got called on it by a number of others.

    You are embarrassed by being shown to be such a jack ass and thus need to poke fun at me. I under stand and so does your doctor…...

  33. Joseph Marzullo Says:

    Red Phillips says: Do you intrude on every Socialist Party thread and tell them they don’t know jack about economics? Do you intrude on every Green Party thread and tell them you think global warming is bunk?

    Yes, I do. ;)

  34. Andy Craig Says:

    I imagine the Founding Fathers would be rather befuddled at the idea of a party named after the document they wrote saying it was not only acceptable to mix religion and politics, but that it was in fact impossible to do so. Even the more devout Christians among them would be horrified, in fact.

  35. Andy Craig Says:

    err, impossible not to do so, rather.

  36. Dr.Gonzo Says:

    If our founding fathers were alive today, they most certainly would be firmly registered in the Constitution party. “THEY” were a MIX of ALL religions! Just like the CP!

    Funny, and completely untrue. I guess the Founding Fathers never thought it was a good idea to keep politics and religion seperate? They thought government should take away and discriminate based on differences?

    You are the furthest thing from a party of the Constitution. Naming yourself the Constitution Party does not make you such.

    There is no such thing as a party, or a person, that does not mix religion and politics. Since all human beings are religious, inclusive of agnostics and atheists, separation of politics and religion is impossible. People who squeal above separation of religion and politics or ” church and state ” simply want to replace Christianity with their own sick and anti-human religion.

    False again. I don’t want to have any religion involved with politics.

    So I guess some of our Founding Fathers simply wanted to replace Christianity with their own sick and anti-human religion? And you actually call yourself a Constitutionalist? Again proving why the Bible Party is a joke.

    Homosexuality is a emotional pathology which results from the breakdown of the family unit. .

    I would suggest that since you are clearly a scientist, and the only person in the world who has discovered the reason behind homosexuality that you quickly post your findings.

    Every single gay person I’ve talked to has said they did not choose to be gay. Most come from homes with both parents. But I’m sure you know more than them. Again, thanks for proving your party to be a joke.

  37. Bill Lussenheide Says:

    Some believe that the idea of freedom of religion actually means “freedom FROM religion”.

    Nowhere was this the intention of the founding fathers, nor was it the practice of America in its greatest periods of time of growth and prosperity right up to WWII and the 1950s.

    Somehow, in only the most recent of times, has the post modern, post Christian philosophy been touted, (with historical revisionism added), that it “has always been thus in our history that the Christian God was not the basis of our country”.

    Poppycock!

    It is self evident that Judeo/Christian thought, practice and creed were the major building blocks to our foundation of law, and our concepts of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. To believe otherwise is being ignorant of history and fact. The very fact that every American President has been sworn in on a Bible is just one small witness fact amongst many others.

    No one is advocating a state religion. No one is demanding anyone to believe in God. However , Law must have a basis in standard. In this country, the roots of law were in English Common Law, which has its roots again in Judeo/Christian , Western Civilization thought.

    The fruits or our system are/were self evident. To base law and goverment solely and only on human reason, or atheism, or neopaganism will result in a country that few of you will want, I assure you. Please find a historical society based on those false principals that you would want to live in. I assure you there are none.

  38. Dr.Gonzo Says:

    Actually it does mean freedom from religion when concerning government.

    “Believing with you that religion is a matter which lies solely between Man & his God, that he owes account to none other for his faith or his worship, that the legitimate powers of government reach actions only, & not opinions, I contemplate with sovereign reverence that act of the whole American people which declared that their legislature should “make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof,” thus building a wall of separation between Church & State. “

    Everyone knows Jefferson was just some whacko though.

  39. RRHeustisJr Says:

    Larry Breazeale proclaims:We in the CP welcome everyone, even athiests (sic), if they so desire.

    Ah, the true colors come out!

    Question: How can an atheist support the Constitution or the Declaration of Independence when both documents presuppose that rights come from our Creator?

    Answer: The atheist cannot, and will not.

    Yet, the Constitution Party “welcomes” these God-hating atheists into its ranks, thus revealing its true heart and soul: Pluralism at its finest.

    And by the way, the Constitution Party does not “welcome everyone,” as Mr. Breazeale proclaims. On the contrary, those who believe in explicitly Christian politics are discouraged from joining, which is not surprising when one realizes that Pluralism, not Christ, reigns in the Constitution Party.

  40. Dr.Gonzo Says:

    Question: How can an atheist support the Constitution or the Declaration of Independence when both documents presuppose that rights come from our Creator?

    Again, false. Another case of people warping a document to fit their agenda. The Declaration does not state “our Creator.”

    We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator

    The document states “their creator.” Which means whomever each individual decides to worship or not worship.

  41. tomabrahams Says:

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    http://thevote.abc13.com/2008/07/barring-any-s-1.html

  42. Allen Says:

    Didn’t the story failed to mention that Bob Barr will be speaking as well?

  43. Winnie the Poo Says:

    Since Sonny “Genocide, Nationalization” Landham was brought up:

    Libertarians Against Landham petition

    http://lancebrown.org/libertarians-against-landham-petition

    This just came out a few hours ago, not many signatures yet but you can sign if you agree.

  44. Bill Lussenheide Says:

    Dr. Gonzo Wrote:Again, false. Another case of people warping a document to fit their agenda. The Declaration does not state “our Creator.”

    MY RESPONSE= However OUR money does indeed say “In God We Trust” and OUR Pledge does say “One Nation Under God”. America’s founders did not intend for there to be a separation of God and state. It is an absolute fact that all 50 states acknowledge God in their state constitutions.

    Nuff Said!

  45. Don Grundmann Says:

    ” We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator

    The document states “their creator.” Which means whomever each individual decides to worship or not worship.”

    Response : This is a incredibly stupid nitwit attempt to proclaim that Christianity was not the foundational religion of the nation. The Founders were not talking about Buddists, Hindus, Muslims, Satanists, Druids, or any other religion than CHRISTIANITY. It is unbelievable how stupid the anti-God nitwits will be in their screeching against Christianity.

  46. Deran Says:

    Mr. Marzullo; I take it you didn’t read the NYT article? had you, you would have read that this was not some alice in wonderland libertarian capitalist fantasy land; this was real world capitalism. Which is in no way abt equal exchange of labor for money. Especially when the workers are illegal. The illegal workers prepare your food and do the most horrendous jobs around, I don’t see many Know Nothing jingoists seeking out slaughter house floor work for minimum wage, or less, with no occupational safety in place. I’m sure this abattoir is seeking new workers, if you are so gung-ho abt making sure WASPS have these jobs.

  47. Dr.Gonzo Says:

    However OUR money does indeed say “In God We Trust” and OUR Pledge does say “One Nation Under God”. America’s founders did not intend for there to be a separation of God and state. It is an absolute fact that all 50 states acknowledge God in their state constitutions

    You do realize that “One nation under god” wasn’t added until the 50’s don’t you? It wasn’t in the original pledge. Both the pledge and our currency violate the seperation of church and state.

    And I provided a quote from Jefferson to show what was meant. Unless you are saying Jefferson was a liar.

    This is a incredibly stupid nitwit attempt to proclaim that Christianity was not the foundational religion of the nation. The Founders were not talking about Buddists, Hindus, Muslims, Satanists, Druids, or any other religion than CHRISTIANITY. It is unbelievable how stupid the anti-God nitwits will be in their screeching against Christianity.

    No that wasn’t my intent at all so try to read more carefully from now on. I was directly stating what the Declaration said. It did not say “our creator.” It says “their creator” which means each individual persons god.

    And many of the Founders were diests. I know Christians like to revise history as much as possible, but you cannot change this fact.

  48. Larry Breazeale,Msgt.(ret.)USAF Says:

    RRHEUSTIS JR., Dr. Gonzo and the rest of you airheads just don’t get it!
    We welcome people into our party, we don’t get people out because we may disagree on “fine tuning”. If people see our platform and feel comfortable with it….fine welcome aboard. If not, don’t let the door slap you on the back side on the way out. RELIGIOUS PURISTS & ZEALOTS have tried to make a big thing about the NEVADA PARTY and the Morman connection. “THEY” bit off more than they could chew. They left the Constitution party. Good riddance! We don’t need that kind of talk. We have all faiths in our party. I don’t care if they worship a sun god as long as they support the “big picture”. You guys are running around the burning house on fire and complaining that there is dust on the mantle! YOU guys are complete numbskulls. We are building the CP/AIP at the county level, state level and national level…with NO help from your kind, “thank you VERY much. LEAD, FOLLOW or GET OUT OF THE WAY.

    -Larry Breazeale, Msgt.(ret.)USAF
    Nat. Chrm. NATIONAL VETERANS COALITION,
    of the Constitution party…www.nvets.org,
    Chrm. Orange County Central Committee,
    American Independent Party

  49. Don Grundmann Says:

    ” Both the pledge and our currency violate the seperation of church and state.”

    Response : There is NO SUCH THING as ” separation of church and state. This was written in a letter from Jefferson to a group of Baptists. It is a comment from Jefferson AND NOTHING MORE.

  50. RRHeustisJr Says:

    Larry Breazeale says:
    I don’t care if they worship a sun god as long as they support the “big picture”.

    It is impossible for anybody to see the big picture without a Biblical worldview. The “big picture” that Mr. Breazeale sees is that of a Pluralistic worldview where every false god is celebrated.

    Pluralism welcomes the worship of sun gods, moon gods, tree gods, and any and all created things, including heads of lettuce.

    According to Mr. Breazeale’s description of his organization, the Constitution Party welcomes any and all worshipers of false and make believe gods; and will demonize any person who proclaims the Kingship of Jesus Christ over all aspects of life.

    Ladies and Gentlemen: welcome to your anti-Christ Constitution Party from the lips of the pluralist Old Guard.

  51. Larry Breazeale,Msgt.(ret.)USAF Says:

    RRHEUSTIS JR. .......you have NO common sense whatsoever and,
    you are the very type of ‘nutjob’ religious zealot purist our CP does not need or want in our ranks.YOUR WORDS are proof enough. The gas that errupts from the hole in your face is typical of your kind. Obviously, YOU do NOT have a life. If voters do not embrace YOUR interpretation of the Bible or Christianity, you want to bannish them. You have a twisted sense of NO common sense. You are not worth responding to.

    -Larry Breazeale, Msgt. (ret.) USAF
    Deputy Sheriff “retired”
    Nat. Chrm. National Veterans Coalition,
    Constitution party…www.nvets.org

  52. RRHeustisJr Says:

    Larry Breazeale writes:

    You are not worth responding to.

    But, the fact of the matter is… you did respond.

    Larry Breazeale also writes:

    you are the very type of ‘nutjob’ religious zealot purist our CP does not need or want in our ranks.

    Flip. Flop.

    Earlier in this thread, Mr. Breazeale proclaims, “We in the CP welcome everyone, even athiests, if they so desire.”

    Later in the same thread, Mr. Breazeale backtracks: “[Y]ou are the very type of ‘nutjob’ religious zealot purist our CP does not need or want in our ranks.”

    FLIP: Welcome everyone, including atheists.

    FLOP: No need for so-called “religious zealot purists.”

    Thus prevails the bankrupt double-mindedness that is the pluralist Constitution Party.

  53. RRHeustisJr Says:

    Larry Breazeale says:
    Obviously, YOU do NOT have a life.

    On the contrary, I have Jesus Christ, who is the Way, the Truth, and The Life.

    I am also married for nearly 11 years to my college sweetheart, and blessed with two beautiful daughters, a good paying job as an attorney, my own house, a principled Bible-believing church, relatively good health, a strong and loving family, recreational time to play golf and baseball with close friends, attend sporting events on a regular basis, and engage in so many other activities of interest.

    And I “do NOT have a life,” you say?

    Please. You picked the wrong person against whom to offer that ding-dong accusation.

    I am extremely blessed, and owe every single one of my blessings that I enjoy to my Maker and King, the Lord Jesus Christ - the very one whom you implicitly belittle as nothing more important than a make believe science fiction sun god.

  54. jim Says:

    Baldwin is an IDOLATER - he worships the satanic Constitution. He does realize that the Constitution and the Declaration of ‘Independence’ were written in defiance of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.

    When will the “Constitution Party’ wake from its secularist slumber and return the “United States’ to the foundations of where she came from…the womb of Calvinism and true Godly rule!

  55. Larry Breazeale,Msgt.(ret.)USAF Says:

    YOUR outrageous accusations and ridiculas name calling (“satanic constitution?) is typical of your kind. You don’t even know me, sunny boy.
    I have my Christian faith, it is my own personal business. I don’t force it on anyone. You can believe in whatever you choose….Christian, Jew, Morman, Catholic, “sun God”, whatever….I do not care. You have tried to TWIST everything I have said previously and add “lies” on top of it. Guess what! YOU do NOT have a monopoly on Jesus Christ. Millions of other people worship HIM in a variety of ways. You included. Millions have their own interpretations of the Bible as well. They have that right, just like YOU do and myself as well. I could care less just HOW you worship or how YOU interpret your beliefs. Atheists, sun-god worshipers, whatever, are allowed to live in this country too, in peace, to practice whatever they do. Yes, the USA was founded upon Christian/Judeo values and I am in full agreement with that. The ‘founding fathers’ were mostly Christian, thank God for that, however, they didn’t ‘bad mouth’ the ones who were not, or did not share their faith.”RELIGIOUS ZEALOTS” are found in ALL religions. YES, even atheists are welcome in the Constitution party because we understand that they may support most of our platform, maybe not all of it. They probably see a bigger picture and are not sweating the “small stuff”, for the greater good. If YOU would bother to actually READ the platform of the Constitution Party…..even a blind man can figure it out!To ‘religious zealots’, I say this….if you don’t like our platform or principles…go somewhere else. We do not need you. We are NOT the “RELIGION PARTY”.
    Perhaps THAT is the kind of party YOU want. Good luck! You won’t get very far with the average man & woman on the street. We in the Constitution party are very proud of our platform, our candidates and all the patriotic people across this republic that we are shoulder to shoulder with. I figure I am in very good company.

    -Larry Breazeale, Msgt.(ret.)USAF
    Nat. Chrm. NVC/CP

  56. doghouse Says:

    It never ceases to amaze me how ‘separation of church and state’ is misunderstood. It is not in the Constitution, and Jefferson was not saying that religion and politics had to be separate. It is simply meaning that there was to be no State Church, such as the Church of England.

    Actually, those that mis-quote the phrase probably know exactly what was meant, but figure if they misuse it often enough, others will believe it. A good example of this is anti-gunners. They know exactly what the 2nd Amendment really means, but keep saying their crap, hoping to influence those ignorant of the subject, and hoping a judge, treaty, etc. goes along with it.

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