For Whom Can I Vote?

When we prepare ourselves to vote for a President of these united States or for any other civil office, we are looking for a man who possesses certain knowledge and has demonstrated a certain commitment.

The knowledge we are looking for from a presidential candidate is basically this:

Firstly, does he acknowledge the moral law of God as the ultimate legal standard for everything he will undertake? That is, does he recognize the legal authority of what our founders referred to as “the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God”?

Secondly, does he recognize and acknowledge that the authority of the federal government is limited also to the specific enumerated powers contained in the Constitution?

The commitment we seek from him can be summed up in this question:

Has he demonstrated a proper understanding of law and civil government by his past actions and decisions?

For many years now, the elite few who pull the strings in both the Republican and the Democratic Parties, and who are also the same few who control the managed media, have made sure that no man who possesses these characteristics is even seriously considered for high office. They have done so again in this election cycle.

Neither candidate of the major parties is qualified to be president. Neither one is worthy of your vote.

It seems that, if we are to find and elect qualified candidates, we must make the effort to leave the major party playground.

A Christian and an attorney, Michael Anthony Peroutka is co-founder of Institute on the Constitution (IOTC), headquartered in Pasadena, Maryland. He is a graduate of Loyola College (now University) in Maryland and University of Baltimore School of Law. The Constitution Party’s candidate for President in 2004, Michael had a platform which sought to honor God, protect the family, and restore the Republic. The platform came to be known as “The American View of Law and Government,” and inspired the name of his website, IOTC teaches that American view:

  • There is a God, the God of the Bible.
  • Our rights come from Him.
  • The purpose of civil government is to secure our God-given rights.
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