Constitution Party Launches New Website
February 19, 2004
The Constitution Party's new, upgraded website, www.constitutionparty.com, is being launched today.
The Constitution Party is the only political party that stands on the principles of the American founding. It is 100% pro-life, against same-sex "marriage", so-called free trade, pro-gun, pro-10th amendment, pro-American sovereignty, anti-globalist, and against illegal immigration.
The Constitution Party was founded in 1992 under the name U.S. Taxpayers Party and is now the 3rd largest party in the country in terms of voter registration. It has run candidates for the presidency and various lesser offices every year since its founding. It achieved ballot access for its presidential candidate in 21 states in 1992, 39 states in 1996, and 41 states in 2000.
National Party Chairman Jim Clymer said "The Constitution Party is a haven and a fortress for conservatives who have discerned how the Republican establishment has betrayed conservative principles over and over again and will continue to do so. It is also a beacon of hope for old-style Democrats and independents who are pro-national defense, anti-abortion, and strongly opposed to the de-industrialization of America.
In this election year the Constitution Party will be running candidates for the presidency, the U.S. Congress, and state and local offices.
The Constitution Party believes that this is the year many Americans will be persuaded that their vote is the currency of their conscience and that they must vote for what they truly believe, rather than wasting their vote on the "lesser of two evils".
The time for "business-as-usual" is over. The two major parties are irreparably compromised, morally, and philosophically, and Americans must reject their policies and any other course that ensures our country's continuing decline and eventual ruin.
Constitution Party National Platform
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