Presidential candidate Gene Chapman fed up with the Constitution Party

Several of you have been asking about how things are going with the Constitution Party effort. After several emails, letters and phone calls, I’ve had zero response. For the exception for my kind exchanges with Chuck Baldwin and seeing the CP website, I have a hard time believing the CP exists. Since you can’t do anything with a brick wall, I’m asking my followers to come on over to the Libertarian Party and get involved with our campaign here. The LP has been very open to our campaign, and I think we are making steam.

Source: http://chapmanforpresident08.blogspot.com

29 Responses to “Presidential candidate Gene Chapman fed up with the Constitution Party”

  1. Gary Odom Says:

    I wish Mr. Chapman well, but I have never received a call or any other communication from him, and after a quick survey I have not found anyone in leadership, or like me, in a staff position who has ever heard from him.

    Surely, he knew about our National Committee Meeting in Concord, New Hampshire last December. I certainly think that someone, especially a total unkown, who was seeking our nomination ( or in his case-multiple nominations) would have made it his business to attend that meeting. However, he did not show up this meeting to try to get acquainted with the party leaders from around the nation who attended.

    I don’t mean Mr. Chapman any disrespect, but there is little which has given us in the Constitution Party any knowledge that “he exists.” We invite all to join with us, but why does he believe we would have any great reason to court his candidacy for President of the United States?

    I know that our friends in the Libertarian Party have a number of potential candidates for their nomination. I would suggest that Mr. Chapman work like the dickens if he expects to have a chance for that nomination. I can’t imagine they are going to just roll out the red carpet for him to just walk up and take their nomination.

  2. Cody Quirk Says:

    I don’t even know who this moron is?!

  3. Cody Quirk Says:

    I detect Yellow Journalism here…

  4. Tom Bryant Says:

    Gene Chapman attempted to light himself on fire in front of the IRS building next to a truck with a leaky propane tank. Chapman also went on two “death fasts” related to his tax-protester nonsense (and curiously he gained weight during both fasts). He also chats with underage girls on the internet, brags about having an IQ of 98, and has created a “Libertarian Breeding Program” where libertarian woman would get pregnant every nine months in order to “out-breed” Democrats and Republicans (Gene Chapman has selflessly volunteered to be the father of the brood).

    For more details, see:
    http://chapmanforpresident.blogspot.com/

    Constitution Party, you would be wise not to pick up the phone when he calls you. I’m not sure what the LP is thinking by inviting this clown to debates.

  5. Jason Says:

    I remember reading something about the idea of “Libertarian Breeding Program” and his name being mentioned. I haven’t heard anything concrete about him as far as political credentials. He seems to be another “shock” personality and a mock candidate. Speeking a CP member, I don’t see how the CP as a whole would benefit in anyway politically by endorsing MR. Chapman.

    That is not a knock on him, just the color of the horse, the way I see it.

    -Jason

  6. Skull / Bones » Blog Archive » Says:

    [...] Gene Chapman: Gene Chapman attempted to light himself on fire in front of the IRS building next to a truck with a leaky propane tank. Chapman also went on two “death fasts” related to his tax-protester nonsense (and curiously he gained weight during both fasts). He also chats with underage girls on the internet, brags about having an IQ of 98, and has created a “Libertarian Breeding Program” where libertarian woman would get pregnant every nine months in order to “out-breed” Democrats and Republicans (Gene Chapman has selflessly volunteered to be the father of the brood).  Or, to put it another way, Gene Chapman is a joke. [...]

  7. Joel Says:

    This is why the LP will never get anywhere. We are actually sitting here talking about whether or not Gene Chapman is viable. He is a fucking lunatic. Is this so hard to see?

  8. Doug Craig Says:

    Joel who has said he is viable. He is colorful but I know of no one who is supporting him in the party, in a leadership role or in the general membership.

  9. Jason Gatties Says:

    Just because some state parties are inviting him to speak doesn’t mean anyone is supporting him.

  10. Trent Hill Says:

    While Gene Chapman may very well be crazy, he deserves just as much of a chance as everyone else. If he wants to stand next to decent candidates like Phillies and Smith, and a great candidate like Kubbies. That is his business.
    Unfortunately, Chapman isn’t even the craziest guy running for the LP nomination. Look up David Hollist.

    He deserves the same shot as everyone else though. The more competition, the better the final product. Welcome to capitalism.

  11. Ryan Brennan (ThirdPartyNews.net) Says:

    Could someone tell me all the people who are currently seeking the Constitution Party’s 2008 presidential nomination? Please include their websites if they have one. I need to add this information to my 2008 Presidential Election page (http://users.rcn.com/k.brennan/2008_Presidential_Election.html).

  12. Cody Quirk Says:

    I guess I know who this moron is after all!

  13. matt Says:

    As a libertarian, I’d like to go about setting up a trade with the Reform Party (either faction).

    Gene Chapman for a politician to be named later.

  14. Cody Quirk Says:

    Thanks for the advice Tom, with over several dozen people that he could’ve contacted in the Constitution Party, including the various state chairmen, he obviously didn’t bother. Only Peroutka is more of a worst choice then him for being the CP Prez. candidate of 2008.

  15. Austin Cassidy Says:

    Gene Chapman is always good for a laugh. :)

  16. Cody Quirk Says:

    Ryan, here’s your list-

    Chuck Baldwin
    Alan Keyes
    Jerome Corsi
    Jim Clymer

    I believe Jim Gilchrist is out of the picture and only Jim and Chuck are probably actively seeking the nomination, I cannot say.

  17. Cody Quirk Says:

    ...Especially the impact of this article on the Constitution Party!

    Hahahahaha! What a riot!

  18. Trent Hill Says:

    Cody, you can’t count out Jim Gilchrist yet. His name recognition is worth something, and if he could learn to speak eloquently, he’d be sumthin.
    Also, you can’t count out darkhorse candidates.

  19. Cody Quirk Says:

    -Jim is back with the GOP. He’s out. Period.

  20. Bill Wood Says:

    Wouldn’t this make Jim a Constitutionalist Republican? ;-)

  21. Cody Quirk Says:

    Whatever…

  22. Trent Hill Says:

    Cody,

    There are about a hundred candidates that we would take from the Republican party.

    Personally, I wouldn’t want Jim Gilchrist. I’d love to have his endorsement…but im not counting on that either.

  23. Chris Fluharty Says:

    If Jim Gilchrist were our candidate I would resign on the spot. He is no constitutionalists on many of the issues. Besides we need to focus more on local then unwinnable national races.

  24. Cody Quirk Says:

    Exactely Chris!

  25. Trent Hill Says:

    I do agree. Im simply saying you cant count anyone out, and there are still darkhorse candidates to consider.

  26. Chris Fluharty Says:

    I think we will get a better idea come April as to who is real and who is blowing smoke. My guess is that we have only a couple serious trying to be our candidate. There just might be a dark horse. My hope is we keep our heads and try to put some more state reps and county commissioners into office so we can have more say in the rhetoric.

  27. Chris Campbell Says:

    Does his unknown Chapman guy need some downers or ADHD meds????

  28. Gene Chapman Says:

    This guy is a nut job. He bragged about having gay sex at porn shops after his first wife kicked him out. He also admitted to trying to molest a relative that was eleven at the time. He has a “Gene – Yuck” IQ but cannot spell to save his life. He went to school on a scholarship that had absolutely nothing to do with his grades (he had terrible grades) and everything to do with his mother working at Home Interiors where all of the employees children had scholarships to Baylor and DBU. He’s a hero in his own mind. He should kept away from children of all ages. He was verbally and physically abusive to his first (and hopefully only) wife. He is a fraud. He is a pervert. He loves his porn and loves to be a masochist to whomever he is with. He loves alcohol (or did at least). I’m sure everyone knows about his public antics but his private world is much scarier.

  29. Bob W. Hargis Says:

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

    04/19/2007. Presidential candidates Steve Adams (I-KY) and Bob W. Hargis (I-OK) announce strategic alliance to boost independent campaigns. Political opponents are not known to work together, but as Hargis and Adams describe on www.independentstogether.us, “their desire for serving America outweighs their desire to compete with each other.” Both candidates are self proclaimed long shots for the 2008 election, but are choosing to share campaign strategies and contacts to improve their chances.

    We are inundated with news of Democrats and Republicans entering or exiting the presidential race. We see the power struggles within the respective parties now. Soon we will see the arguments move to Democrat vs. Republican. News of aspiring politicians cooperating is exceptional.

    For more information, contact Mr. Adams or Mr. Hargis via www.independentstogether.us.

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