Thursday, July 19, 2018

Howie recruiting principled conservatives for Constitution Party

He's running.
I am just no longer willing to belong to a Party whose leadership is more concerned with political expedience and their next election than they are with principle. My choice, for this time, is to work toward effecting change from outside the Republican Party. I have changed my Party affiliation to the Constitution Party. You may be interested in some of the things that encouraged me to make this choice. I invite you to join me. [Should You Join The Constitution Party?]
Curious Gordon Howie didn't mention the Libertarian Party of South Dakota in his post since Gideon Oakes is likely going to win in D30.
In South Dakota, the Constitution Party is going to be the Tea Party on steroids. It is the worst nightmare of the Party bosses who have had a strangle-hold on their respective parties. [Gordon Howie]
There is a mass exodus underway from the SDGOP and there isn’t a single story about it in the South Dakota media. If the Constitution Party holds together, nominates candidates for statewide offices and survives the eventual legal challenges from Dan Lederman it's curtains for the South Dakota Republican Party.

Principled conservatives are sick of being lied to by Zionist mob boss Lederman and are already fighting back against the South Dakota Republican Party insiders in Rapid City. Pierre is broken and the only way to fix it is to have Republicans lose several races to Democrats. South Dakota's most ardent citizens for liberty are recruiting conservatives to run not just in statewide elections but for the legislature, too.

Rick Kriebel and John Fitzgerald are among the refugees fleeing to the CP.

Fact is: the best way to a strong two party system in South Dakota is for arch-conservatives to launch an alt-right party.

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