Monthly Archives: July 2012

We are not republicans


A new day is upon us.


By Jerry Broitzman, Vice Chairman – CPoW (Milwaukee County Affiliate)

What is CPoW? Simply put, we are a recognized political party that promotes the Biblical principles referred to in the Declaration of Independence and United States Constitution. We promote these principles by guiding our members into various government positions. As a political party, we have only one goal: To put CPoW members into appointed, non-partisan or partisan government offices.

The preamble of our platform openly states:

The Constitution Party of Wisconsin gratefully acknowledges the blessing of the Lord God as Creator, Preserver, and Ruler of the Universe and of this Nation. It recognizes Jesus Christ as transcendent King over all nations and hereby appeals to Him for aid, comfort, guidance and the protection of His Divine Providence as we work to restore and preserve this nation as a government of the people, by the people, and for the people.

There is no other political party that openly recognizes The Lord Jesus Christ as our true source of knowledge and inspiration. We are the only Christ-centered political party in existence. As such, we believe the moral order is Job #1. This makes us unique. That is why one chooses to become a paid member of CPoW.

Many of our current members came to CPoW because they were tired of the Republican Party selling them short. The republicans talk a good game about the moral order, but never deliver. When these folks discovered the Constitution Party, they thought CPoW was the answer to the tired party duopoly that currently exists. This is actually correct. However, most people who joined never read the entire platform, if any of it, and never cut their ties with the Grand Old Party (GOP). In other words, they joined CPoW out of protest. To make matters worse, our members spend more time, money and energy on republican matters than they do with CPoW. This means they are really republicans masquerading as Constitution Party members. This is proven when they get angry because CPoW does not support republican candidates whom they like. This is double-mindedness.

The Republican Party is corrupt. They do not stand by the very principles in their own platform. They have become issue-oriented rather than principle-oriented. This means they will change with the prevailing wind, rather than sticking to constitutional principles. If the party leadership is corrupt, it does not matter what individual politicians or members may think or believe, because the party (and their donors) will not support them. They will fund and support only those who go along with the “flavor of the day.” The others will be marginalized and ignored. I will show some examples of individuals later. For now, let us look at how the Republican Party has handled some major issues. This view is from both the federal and state level.

When I talk with republican leaders and elected officials, they have one goal; to win elected office. Frankly, that is what they are there to do. However, in order to accomplish this, they want to avoid certain issues because they are too divisive or unpopular. There are several that come to the top of the list. These are abortion, sodomy, constitutional carry, eliminating (not just reforming) government agencies, illegal immigration enforcement and anything specific to the United States Constitution.

So, what is it that they will defend? Their answer is “jobs.” In other words, money. To that I ask: “How is that bank bail-out coming along? What government programs does the republican-party leadership want to completely eliminate? What are your plans to stem the flow of illegal immigrants? When can we expect a proposal to eliminate the state income tax?” Of course, I get no answer. The republican politicians have to tow the party line, or the leadership (big donors) will find someone who will. This is because they no longer stand on principle. The Republican Party is corrupt.
Yes, but what about US Representative Ron Paul (R)? Hasn’t he been a stalwart defender of the US Constitution? Whether he has or not is irrelevant. What is relevant is that he is a member of the Republican Party, which is corrupt. Regardless of what he thinks or believes as an individual, he must tow the party line or they will find someone else to support (i.e. Mitt Romney). The republican leadership never had any intention of allowing Ron Paul to become the nominee for president. Had he sought the Constitution Party nomination for president, he would have most likely received it and would be a presidential contender in November of 2012. Instead, he chose to remain with the Republican Party, which is corrupt.

What about Governor Scott Walker (R)? Hasn’t he done some great things for Wisconsin? There are issues where the CP has agreement with the governor and republicans in the assembly and senate. However, now that momentum is on their side, will the governor and his allies aggressively promote Biblical and constitutional standards? Will they vigorously defend the rights of the pre-born? Will they take a definitive stand against sodomy? Will they push for Constitutional Carry so that we do not have to ask permission to exercise our 2nd Amendment right? Will they propose the wholesale elimination of unconstitutional government agencies? The answer is “no”, because the Republican Party is corrupt. The republican politicians will stick to the issue of jobs (money), because that is what the party leadership (big donors) demands of them. If they don’t stick to the party line, they will lose the support (money) of the party. There is nothing wrong with jobs and money. However, they do not take priority over Biblical and constitutional issues.

What about US Representative Paul Ryan (R)? Doesn’t he have a plan to radically reduce and reform the federal government? The answer is “Yes.” It is called The Path to Prosperity: A Blueprint for American Renewal. Have you heard of it? If not, you probably won’t. The plan came under heavy criticism for being too extreme. As such, the Republican Party leadership (big donors) marginalized and ignored the plan, while distancing themselves from Mr. Ryan. Again, the opinions, views and plans of an individual politician do not matter. If the individual politician does not fall in line, they will be marginalized and ignored. They must take their marching orders from the party leadership. In this case, Mr. Ryan has to fall in line with the wishes of the Republican Party, which is corrupt.

As you can see from these examples, party affiliation is critically important. It is the job of the elected partisans to do the bidding of the party that put them there. This is neither good nor bad; it is simply how the game is played. However, if the leadership is corrupt, then those within the party become corrupted, simply by association. To illustrate this, consider the following: Both Governor Scott Walker and Representative Paul Ryan have endorsed Mitt Romney for President of the United States. Even by republican standards, Mitt Romney is a poor choice. It is likely that neither Governor Walker nor Representative Ryan have much in common with Mr. Romney’s personal political views nor his past policies as Governor of Massachusetts. So, why did they endorse him? Because the Republican Party leadership demands it. If Mr. Walker and Mr. Ryan do not fall in line, the leadership will find someone who will.

In contrast, the Constitution Party of Wisconsin offers itself as a clean alternative to the status quo. We exist for one reason; to get CPoW candidates into government office. We do not exist to support corrupted parties. We do not seek endorsements from those who are members of corrupted parties. We do not support candidates who are members of corrupted parties. We do not invite them to be speakers at our meetings. Our job is to support CPoW candidates and promote the CPoW platform.

When you sign the CPoW membership form, you are making a serious decision. It is an outward sign that you have cut ties to any other political party. It means that you are willing to support and vote for CPoW candidates, regardless of the outcome. If you are simply trying to vote for the candidate who may “win,” then you have already lost.

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Posted by on July 29, 2012 in Uncategorized


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The Seven Principles of the Constitution Party

Seven Principles of the Constitution Party are:

  1. Life: For all human beings, from conception to natural death;
  2. Liberty: Freedom of conscience and actions for the self-governed individual;
  3. Family: One husband and one wife with their children as divinely instituted;
  4. Property: Each individual’s right to own and steward personal property without government burden;
  5. Constitution: and Bill of Rights interpreted according to the actual intent of the Founding Fathers;
  6. States’ Rights: Everything not specifically delegated by the Constitution to the federal government is reserved for the state and local jurisdictions;
  7. American Sovereignty: American government committed to the protection of the borders, trade, and common defense of Americans, and not entangled in foreign alliances.
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Posted by on July 27, 2012 in Uncategorized


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CPoW Says, “It’s All Goode!”Part 2


“The God of Israel said, the Rock of Israel spake to me,’

 He that ruleth over men must be just, ruling in the fear of God.” II Samuel 23:3

By Riley J. Hood-CPoW State Chairman

            At the Constitution Party’s Nation Convention, Mr. Virgil Goode was nominated for US President.  The candidate for Vice President: Mr. James Clymer. Mr. Virgil Goode was a Congressman from Virginia from 1996-2008. Before that, he served in the Virginia State Senate from 1972-1996. He resides in Rocky Mount, Virginia with his wife Lucy. Mr. Goode is a Baptist. Mr. Goode’s issues are:

·         Crime: “We need to maintain capital punishment for certain murders. I fully support the right of an individual to protect himself or herself, against assault and violent attack.”

·         Jobs, the Debt and Deficit: “The United States cannot borrow its way to prosperity. Our next President must propose a balanced budget upon taking office. Nearly every department will face cuts or elimination. Energy independence will mean more jobs for America. The Canada/Texas pipeline needs to be built, not delayed as the current Administration is doing. I have proposed an immigration moratorium (with a few minor exceptions) unemployment is under 5 percent. It is time for the citizens of this country to be at the head of the line for jobs. We also need to end diversity visas.”

·         Tax Reductions: “I support the elimination of the Death Tax. I support and have voted to terminate the current IRS Code at a date determined in the future.”

            The way the GOP Primary is shaping up, it looks like America will be left with a choice between Obama and Romney, both of whom are evil men.  America will have a righteous man on the ballot, Mr. Virgil Goode; a Christian, 100% Pro-Life, and 100% American candidate.

You can contact Virgil Goode for President at:
235 S. Main Street
Rocky Mount, Virginia 24151
1(540) 483-9030

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Posted by on July 24, 2012 in Uncategorized


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Constitution Party of Wisconsin (CPoW) Speaks About Extortion, by Riley J. Hood

“He that is greedy of gain troubleth his own house;
but he that hateth gifts shall live.”Proverbs 15: 27
By Riley J. Hood-State Chairman
            What is extortion? My Webster’s II New Riverside University Dictionary states, “n.1.The act or instance of extorting. 2.Illegal use of one’s official position or powers to obtain property, funds or patronage.” According to the same Dictionary, the word extort means to “obtain by coercive means, as in threats and intimidation.” The word extort comes to the English language from the Latin, “ex”-out and “torquere”–to wrench. So extortion means “to wrench out, “as in Al Gore’s “violent wrenching transformation.”
            When your government takes money out of your paycheck by force, or compels you to pay rent, in the form of property taxes by force, your government has become an extortionist. George Washington once said, “Government is force.”

“Don’t worry, I’m from the government and I’m here to help.”

            So how can a government tax, without resorting to extortionary taxes upon your very existence? The CPoW answer is the indirect tax of the founding Era. For example, take a federal tax on your phone bill. If you don’t like paying that tax, you can go without your phone service if need be. (Most items have a federal tax, and are not as essential as phone service.) As unjust as the “federal access fee” is, which is technically not a tax, but functions like one; That amounts to far less than what you pay in income our property taxes. It wasn’t until the 16th Amendment to the US Constitution that gave Congress the powers of direct taxation. Such a removal of Constitutional restraint, has force-fed the state. CPoW means to repeal the 16th Amendment, and rid the state of Wisconsin of the Property Tax. After all, government is supposed to punish extortion, not engage in extortion.
            I know there are many Wisconsinites who will then ask, “How is the government supposed to pay its bills?” That is a phony question on many levels, but here are a few answers.
·         The government doesn’t pay its bills right now; that is what deficits and debt are all about.
·         Most people, when falling behind financially have to learn to live on less. I would say that is a good prescription for government. It is easy for a bunch of tricksters to spend other people’s money. If your government took everything you have, and the way it looks, they mean to; they would still spend more than their sticky fingers can grab onto.
·         Why should you care how an unrepentant criminal earns his living? After all, if the prostitution laws were actively enforced, namely a city bringing back the Vice-Squad, “How would a whore-monger be able to afford his fancy cars and fancy clothes? What about that pimp?” The obvious answer is that such a man should be punished, not prosperous. The focus should be on the lives that he wrecked with his criminal behavior. According to the same principle, the focus should be on ruined families and destitute taxpayers, and not on the well-being of the Socialists who perpetrated this fraud upon the American people.
            Finally, God didn’t institute civil government to punish the lawful citizen; it is supposed to punish the criminal. Law is for the Lawless. Government is supposed to punish lawless deeds, not profit from them. “Know this; that the law is not made for a righteous man, but for the lawless and disobedient, for the ungodly and for sinners, for unholy and profane, for murderers of fathers and murderers of mothers, for men slayers, For whoremongers, for them that defile themselves with mankind, for men-stealers, for liars, for perjured persons, and if there be any other thing that is contrary to sound doctrine.” I Timothy 1:9-10 CPoW affirms that the best government is the government that taxes least.

Constitution Party of Wisconsin

PO Box 070344

Milwaukee, WI 53207

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Posted by on July 19, 2012 in Uncategorized


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Compare the presidential candidates

Compare the presidential candidates.  Which one represents YOUR principles?

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Posted by on July 15, 2012 in Uncategorized


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Constitution Party of Wisconsin says: “Save Us from the ‘Honorable’ Court” by Riley J. Hood

Save us from this ‘honorable’ court:

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Posted by on July 15, 2012 in Uncategorized


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Click this link:  What about Scott Walker?

Written by Riley J. Hood, CPoW Chairman

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Posted by on July 12, 2012 in Uncategorized


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