New Maryland Constitution Party springs up

There is a new contact in Maryland. John Wagner has agreed to reorganize and promote the CP in his state. The previous Maryland Constitution Party disaffiliated from the national.
Except for Oregon and Montana, just about all of the former state parties of the national Constitution Party that left the CP have been reorganized and becoming better organized for 2008 and other future upcoming elections.
In addition, the Constitution Party finally has a contact in the District of Columbia, who is building the Party there locally.
The national Constitution Party continues to grow nationwide, no matter the obstacles or opposition.

14 Responses to “New Maryland Constitution Party springs up”

  1. Tom Kovach Says:

    The growth of the Constitution Party has been aided lately by the strategies of the National Veterans Coalition—a specific CP outreach arm.

    There are 26 million American military veterans. If even one-fifth of them can be recruited and organized within the CP, then taking the White House next year becomes a possibility.

    Tom Kovach
    Director of Operations
    National Veterans Coalition
    www.nvets.org
    “We’ll defend it still…”

  2. globalist_elitist Says:

    The CP in DC? Now that truly is comical. GOOD LUCK!

  3. Trent Hill Says:

    Id have to agree with GE here….having a contact in D.C. won’t do much for us. 5 votes every 4 years,hehe.
    However, it IS good news to have a contact there.

    Oh,and one technical correction.
    “Except for Oregon and Montana, just about all of the former state parties of the national Constitution Party that left the CP have been reorganized”

    You said “just about”. With the addition of Maryland…every state is now covered except Oregon and Montana. Those two we hope to bring back into the fold by ‘08.

  4. Jason C. Says:

    This is great news. It appears that more and more people are becoming aware of the failures of the Dems/Reps and not only that, an alternative and possibly a solution to those failures.

    To all the CP folks working towards the common goal!

    -Jason

  5. Freelancer Says:

    LOL Oh, man. The Republican Party in Washington D.C. is even a third party.

  6. Chris Campbell Says:

    GE-this article explains that the CP is again in maryland, not D.C.
    The comical=jokes on you!

    Jason and Tom, good comments. Tom, will see if I can get a copy of America In Danger program, mary tells me you did interview and I am sure, great show!!

  7. Sean Scallon Says:

    Sometimes you can add by subtracting and thankfully the TAW persons made this process plenty easy. They purged themselves.

  8. Keith Humphrey Says:

    What shall it profit a man if he shall gain the whole world and lose his soul? The CP is a mile wide and an inch deep. We TAV persons have remained true to principle, and in so doing, it is we who have gained.

  9. Sean Scallon Says:

    The only thing you’ve gained Keith is splinters along with your smug self-righteousness. An America politcal party based on Calvinism and Christian Reconstructionalism simply won’t fly with a broad mass of voters as American history has proven again and again. Name me one political party based wholly on sectarianism ever to be successful in U.S. history.

    But since you feel you’re predestined anyway, you could care less. Fine. No more words need be wasted on you fellows.

  10. globalist_elitist Says:

    Chris Campbell – reading is fundamental. READ THE FUCKING ARTICLE, you mouth-breathing dipshit: “In addition, the Constitution Party finally has a contact in the District of Columbia, who is building the Party there locally”

    CAN YOU READ?

    Apparently not.

  11. Trent Hill Says:

    Keith,

    Ohk Pumpkin. Go play in the sand now.

  12. William Potter Says:

    Good luck to them.
    I cannot see myself ever returning to the CP now that I have found the original Party of Jefferson but I do not criticize those who wish to do so.
    William Potter
    Jefferson Republican Party, Alabama

  13. Trent Hill Says:

    You didn’t “Find” it. You created it…and at this point i’m doubting it can claim more than about 100 members. I mean, no offense, it seems like a great idea and everything.

  14. globalist_elitist Says:

    100 members? I’ll take that bet on the downside. I’d say the over-under is 20.

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