Skip to comments.Constitution Party Meeting In Colombus Ohio
Posted on 08/20/2005 8:39:49 PM PDT by IronChefSakai
The Constitution Party invites you to its Fall 2005 National Meeting in Columbus, Ohio on September 16th and 17. Party leaders from across the country will be there and you won't want to miss this event! Special Guest Speaker Tom DeWeese of the American Policy Center will be with us to discuss Property Rights and Eminent Domain.
Addresses by the party's 2004 standard bearers, Michael Peroutka and Chuck Baldwin, along with a fine list of other outstanding speakers will inform and inspire us all. For more details, visit: http://www.constitutionparty.com/view_events.php
Encourage your friends, family and others to come to Columbus so they can learn more about the Constitution Party and how to restore our republic.
On Friday evening the number of party members being honored at the Annual Awards Banquet has been expanded, so this year's event will be even bigger and better!
Special Constitution Day events on Saturday afternoon, sponsored by The Conservative Caucus, will be hosted by Party Founder Howard Phillips. Former U.S. Congressman William Dannemeyer of California will be presented the Andrew Jackson Champion of Liberty Award.
The September 10th registration deadline is less than 4 weeks away, so send in your registration right away!
The registration fee for all events on Friday and Saturday is only $125 per person, which includes four meals: lunch and the Awards Banquet on Friday as well as breakfast and lunch on Saturday. To attend both days, send in this registration form: http://www.constitutionparty.com/documents/ColumbusOhioGuestRegistrationForm.pdf
Individual tickets for the Friday night Awards Banquet are $45 per person and the registration fee for Saturday only is another $45. Saturday's registration includes breakfast and lunch along with Constitution Day events in the afternoon. The registration form for the Awards Banquet and Saturday sessions is available here: http://www.constitutionparty.com/documents/ColumbusOhioBanquetAndSatRegForm.pdf
Registrations received after September 10th cannot be guaranteed that meals will be available, but the registration fee remains the same.
The Concourse Hotel and Conference Center near the Columbus Airport has reserved a block of rooms at $94 per night. Hotel room reservations can be made by calling the hotel at 800-541-4574. The deadline for this special room rate is August 31st.
Visit the Events page of our website for specific details on the agenda, speakers, etc. http://www.constitutionparty.com/view_events.php
We look forward to celebrating with you on Constitution Day, September 17th!
I'd love to hear the speeches about why one part of the 14TH Amendment should distorted beyond recognition and another part totally violated.
Or does the Constitution Party just exclude the 14TH amendment entirely from their copies?
Will punch and pie be served?
Is it going to be in the Super 8 conference room again?
All kidding aside, what's the point?
sorry i'm not current on the constitution party's agenda...
can you fill in or give references to what you are referring to?
They're like Republicans, only sincere.
OK, that didn't work at all. Better practice.
Just go here:
hmm the same party that demanded a recount in Ohio on the taxpayers dime?
> which is why bayourod hates them
thanks, that is what i was looking for
Led by the most unpopular and ethically challenged RINO governor in the country, the Ohio GOP includes such other wussie "luminaries" as Cryin' George Voinovich, Sell-out DeWine, and all the finks and weenies that populate the GOP leadership of the General Assembly.
Unless Ken Blackwell takes the Republican nomination for guv in 2006, I may have to seriously consider voting Constitutionist next year.
Didn't Columbus just outlaw "assault weapons". Doesn't sound to me like a place that Constitutionalists should be spending money.
As a Western Pennsylvanian I certainly understand your pain, with just our local legislators voting themselves a back-door, midterm, UNCONSTITUTIONAL, pay increase i'm sure many fellow Pennsylvanians are considering thier options for next election cycle. During the '04 Senate Race Jim Clymer (a man whom I am sure most media outlets didnt publicize or discuss) garnished 4% of the vote when facing Specter and some no-name DUmmie whose name i can recall right now. That 4% translated into 250,000 votes if i am not mistaken; the 3rd most voted for candidate in the state for the Senate. Many so-called "Conservatives" on the FR scoff at the notion that a 3rd party could EVER stand for anything more than the Republicans have; because we all know how great the Republicans are and to vote your prinicples over your "favorite" political party would be unheard of. Many people i've talked to say it's wishful thinking to believe that a 3rd party could ever amount to much in the national forum but i feel that the day is coming when it will very much be the norm. What makes this country GREAT is the free-flowing transfer of Ideas and Thoughts. Our educational systems promote such a concept but why not our political? My sediments are that they have been limited up until this point; thanks to the birth of the internet (I'm excluding talk radio only because it is as SUBJECTIVE as the newspapers and MSM can be. Any man who hangs on another man's word like Limbaugh's or Hannity's is foolish; it undermines free-thinking as long as those who listen do not question the host.) ideas and thoughts have been exchanged at lightning fast speeds allowing for more than the typical "Democrats Bad, Republicans Good" rhetoric. As a college student, I see this type of questioning (albeit at a slow pace due to the liberal strangle hold on the institution itself) beginning to grow. My thoughts are, if you always vote principle over politics, regardless of whom wins you are doing the right thing. This is not a political system in which either one or the other big party wins or loses, while the trend may have been such for the past 100 years or more it certainly doesnt have to be that way.
Also, it's important to remember that while our Republic has always been essentially a two-party system with a "Left" party wanting more government/group identity/high taxes and a "Right" party wanting more freedom/individual rights/low taxes, the two parties in question have not always been the same.
Once upon a time, there were Federalists. There were Whigs. There were Progressives. The ideas these parties brought to the fore were either absorbed into the platforms of a major party, or abandoned due to utter unpopularity. The Republicans even started out as a third party, with a platform based in part on the anti-Jacksonian attitudes of the Whigs.
The really amazing thing is (as you probably already know), Democrats were once the party of limited government, free enterprise, states' rights, and low taxes! Republicans first arose with socialist ideas like expanding government, modifying personal behavior via government suasion, increasing the power of the FedGov over states, and raising taxeseven introducing the first income tax. :-(
In 1988 I cast my first vote as a Republican. In 1888 I would've been a dyed-in-the-wool Democrat. By 2038, who knows? Maybe the parties by then will be Republican (Left), Constitutionist (Right), and Democrat (defunct historical curiosity).
They're making a bold foray into the "belly of the beast."
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