Conservative Voting Strategy
You see, for all relevant purposes we really have just a one party system. There is no substantial difference in the philosophies of the "major" parties. Regrettably, they both represent a worldview that sees redistribution of wealth as the purpose of civil government.
This is NOT the purpose understood by our founders and articulated in America's charter documents. The Constitution Party is committed to the American View that the purpose of government is to protect and secure rights that come from God.
I appreciate the wise comments of columnist Fred Reed who wrote,
"The two party system prevents any expression of any ideas the two parties agree to suppress. How much open discussion do you hear during the presidential elections of, for example, race, immigration, abortion, gun control, and the continuing assault on Christianity? These are the issues important to most people, yet they are quashed.
"The elections do, however, allow the public a sense of...participation...
This is a remarkable concept, of great governmental utility."
In other words, the illusion of a two party system is very handy way to make the American people think they have a choice when they really don't. As hard as it is to run the third-party "gauntlet," it must be done to provide Americans with a Constitutional alternative that is NOT the lesser of two evils.
I appreciate the approach taken by the Sons of Liberty in Central Florida. I urge you to consider what they are saying in their piece: