Eulogy for a North Georgia Patriot

Picture of Phil WolfI write with sadness that my friend Phil Wolf passed away in the early morning hours Tuesday. He suffered from an aggressive cancer. Phil was an integral part of the Liberty Movement in the north metro Atlanta area and a friend of the Constitution Party of Georgia. He was an example of a God-fearing Christian man who understood that the oath he took as a Marine meant his duties didn’t end on honorable discharge. He was a faithful father; I remember conversations with him about helping his son. He was a diligent worker whether in his profession or in the community. He was dedicated to educate himself about our nation’s history and thoughtfully evaluate current events with a biblical worldview.

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Expanding the Debate with Third-Party Candidates Virgil Goode, Jill Stein, Rocky Anderson

Expanding the Debate - Virgil Goode

President Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney sparred October 16 in their second of three debates. Democracy Now, in a two-hour special, expands the debate by including the voices of three presidential candidates shut out of the official debate: Jill Stein of the Green Party, Constitution Party nominee Virgil Goode, and Justice Party candidate Rocky Anderson. Host Amy Goodman replays parts of last night’s presidential debate, pausing the video to give third-party candidates a chance to respond to the same questions put to the major-party candidates.


Political Reality – A Compromised Vote Ensures You Get What You Don’t Want

Gov. Romney Wishes You a Great Pride Weekend - All citizens deserve equal rights, regardless of their sexual preferenceThe GOP and Democrat parties (a.k.a. the Republicrat party) know that if you'll compromise your core beliefs to vote for their candidates then you'll be in a lose-lose situation. You'll lose because you've given the party the power to do what you don't want, and thus relinquishing your power to stop them. And you'll lose again because you've emboldened the party to push for more compromise and compromised candidates. For example, if you believe that marriage is the creation of God, ordained by Him to only be the union between a man and woman, then voting for either Obama or Romney will ensure that you get what you don't want.

The Republicrat party will remind you of the way things were, the struggles of old where they fought for what you believe when you pledged your loyalty to the party. The Republicrat party and their supporters are calling you to join them in supporting these ideals by rallying around their candidates. The party hopes you'll not pay attention to the fact that by their actions - and increasing numbers of their candidates - they could care less about those ideals today.

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