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Post by Night-Reaper on Sat Jan 30, 2010 7:51 pm

An increasing number of Americans say the Republican Party has been taken over by the Neo-Cons, and the Democratic Party by the Socialists, and that neither party reflects their values anymore.

THE AMERICA FIRST PARTY and THE CONSTITUTION PARTY also believe that the two big parties have outlived their usefulness, and that they are now preferable alternatives. One of their basic objectives is to revive abandoned American Values. The partiers' founding principles include: Seek friendship with all nations, but avoid entangling alliances; Regain control of our chaotic and dangerous border situation and implement rational immigation policies; Oppose all attempts to make our nation subject to foreign law; Elimainate excessive and unconstitutional portions of the federal government; Rebuild our manufacturing base and protect American workers; Reform taxation and the monetary system; End taxpayers' bailout of foreign governments; Implement a self-sufficient energy policy; Protect and promote traditional family values; Preserve the Bill of Rights; Implement clean election practices and restore scam-proof paper ballots; etc.

THE AMERICA FIRST PARTY
1630-A 30th St. Suite 111
Boulder, CO. 80301
Ph: 866-767-8721
www.americafirstparty.org


THE CONSTITUTION PARTY
23 North Lime Street
Lancaster, PA. 17602
Ph: 717-390-1993
www.constitutionparty.net
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Post by HotParadox on Mon Feb 01, 2010 5:13 pm

great topic N-R. i'm going to check out both links and see what they're 'selling', lol!

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Post by Night-Reaper on Wed Feb 03, 2010 8:33 pm

HotParadox wrote:great topic N-R. i'm going to check out both links and see what they're 'selling', lol!
"Friends don't let friends vote republican or democrat".
Hey HP, let me know if you like anything about these two parties?
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Post by HotParadox on Fri Feb 05, 2010 10:35 pm

Night-Reaper wrote:
HotParadox wrote:great topic N-R. i'm going to check out both links and see what they're 'selling', lol!
"Friends don't let friends vote republican or democrat".
Hey HP, let me know if you like anything about these two parties?
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well, the constitution party seems real strict, almost like a mantra:you must do this or that. the other party, not sure that i could align myself with that one either as they waiver too much from the constitution and so does the constitution party, oddly. have you looked in to the libertarian party? it's the third largest party, is in step with the constitution, and for me, the best of all.

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