Constitution Day Message From Constitution Party National Committee Chairman Jim Clymer

Posted at http://www.constitutionparty.com/news.php?aid=1082:

On September 17, 1787 the U.S. Constitution was signed by 39 brave patriots who changed the course of history. Their commitment to freedom birthed a form of government designed to secure liberty. Never before was such a bold and blessed experiment attempted. Let us make a renewed commitment to honor our country by working to restore government to its Constitutional foundations. Join with the Constitution Party today, get acquainted with your CP state party members, sign up for email alerts and financially support the fast-growing solution to the parties which have led our country away from the ideals of the Constitution.

7 thoughts on “Constitution Day Message From Constitution Party National Committee Chairman Jim Clymer

  1. The Last Conservative

    Constitution Day is one of the most despicable holidays in current circulation. The constitution was the most damaging document in the history of civilization. The British Empire should have not stopped until they reconquered the entire United States; instead, they meekly surrendered during the American Revolution (aka the final defeat of true conservatism) and the War of 1812.

  2. Mik Robertson

    No, really. The Constitution was designed to vastly increase the scope and authority of the federal government over what was in place at the time. Apparently some people were not getting repaid from loans fast enough.

  3. Cody Quirk

    Constitution Day is one of the most despicable holidays in current circulation. The constitution was the most damaging document in the history of civilization. The British Empire should have not stopped until they reconquered the entire United States; instead, they meekly surrendered during the American Revolution (aka the final defeat of true conservatism) and the War of 1812.

    = As an Irish American, I’d like to say-

    KISS MY ROYAL IRISH ASS!

    Take your Limey Monarchism and stick it!

  4. libertariangirl

    I think he’s just trying t be a powder keg or funny. noone really believes Britain should have re-conquered us.

  5. Mik Robertson

    Did the United Kingdom ever intend to re-conquer the United States in 1812? I thought since Britain was at war with France and the US was trading with France at the time, the British wanted to make the US stop.

    So they blockaded US ports and impressed sailors on the high seas, and maybe made an effort to impinge on US expansion to the northwest. As a result the US declared war on Britain, not the other way around.

    You would be hard-pressed to say the US won that war. Essentially the reasons for fighting disappeared, although US ports along the Atlantic coast were raided at will and the British burned down the White House (which was almost new), the capitol building, and the navy yard in Washington.

    Although Jackson did inflict some heavy damage on the British in New Orleans after the peace treaty was signed, probably the biggest winner was Canada.

  6. Cody Quirk

    My ancestors faced 700 years of oppression & persecution under Limey rule, I don’t take his BS lightly!

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