Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Was Louisiana Senator Elbert Guillory's Switch Of Political Parties, A Bold Enough Move To Preserve And Promote Liberty?

 Senator Elbert Guillory made some great talking points here, he is right about how the Democrat Party is all wrong, for ANY freedom loving american, but is it enough? In my opinion, the Republican Party is not the right choice either. The Democrats and Republicans are two sides of the same coin. I do not like how most republican politicians shirk their oaths to the constitution, just as well as the democtrats do. I personally look for a candidate that practices and promotes a Minimum Sized Government, that (Cherish and Uphold) their Oath to the Constitution and Support the Bill of Rights, and the ENTIRETY of these documents. Most politicians these days, pick and choose parts of these documents, to serve their agendas.
My chosen candidate must also work toward Maximum (Individual) Freedom & Responsibility. Too few elected republicans practice these principals that insured our individual freedoms, that of which we are in great danger of loosing. Our Constitution has been subverted by our elected leaders for years now. It is past time for 'We The People' to put a stop to their agendas. Chose and research your candidates for all elections, local and federal candidates very carefully!
Congrats to Senator Guillory for having the courage to stand up for his beliefs, and to change his party affiliation. Hopefully, he will be watchful of his new associates and lead by example, preserving and promoting liberty to his associates and constituents.

"Study the Constitution! Let it be preached from the pulpit, proclaimed in legislatures, and enforced in courts of justice." ~ Abraham Lincoln ~

Our Rights Come From God, Not The State! "You have rights antecedent to all earthly governments; rights that cannot be repealed or restrained by human laws; rights derived from the Great Legislator of the Universe." ~ John Adams, Second President of the United States ~

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