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Darrell Castle On Drones Over America And Rand Paul’s Filibuster

DRONES OVER AMERICA: “What part of the Constitution should we destroy today?” Darrell Castle talks about Senator Rand Paul’s filibuster and the President’s use of drones around the world. Castle was the Constitution Party’s 2008 vice-presidential candidate and former National Vice-Chairman. The video of the new “Podcastle” is below, running time 5:58, is below.

Note: There is a draft movement urging Castle to run for the CP presidential nomination in 2016. Here is the page for that effort:


  1. paulie paulie March 19, 2013

    Bless his heart 🙂

  2. Jill Pyeatt Jill Pyeatt March 17, 2013

    I’ll continue to pray for you, Don.

  3. Don J. Grundmann, D.C. Don J. Grundmann, D.C. March 17, 2013

    Jill – A) I am not an expert but simply someone willing to do what you and so many others are not willing to do either because of cowardice and/or your agreement with it – challenge evil.

    B) Children who ” know ” they are ” different;” i.e.; homosexual; have in fact been destroyed by their parents and their reaction to them. To imagine that a child of 4 or 5 ” knows ” that they are homosexual is utterly ludicrous but finds agreement with you because it fits in with your religious belief(s) which include

    C) that it is time for you to ” come out of the closet ” and admit the following – 1) that if you claim that homosexuals are indeed ” born that way ” then you MUST ( lest you deny everything that you claim ) agree with the Homosexual/Sodomy Movement that ( as described at the B4U-ACT website ) child molestors; i.e.; Minor Attracted Persons according to them; are also and automatically ” born that way.” The ” logical ” arguments which procede from this claimed ” fact ” are hence – child molestors are simply expressing their ” gender identity;” there is nothing wrong with them since ” God made them that way;” and any opposition to them and/or any and everything which they wish to do is ” homophobia,” ” bigotry,” and ” hatred ” by those who object to children being molested since EVERYTHING they – the molestors – want to do is ” natural.”

    Jill – here is a clue – the children ” agonize ” because their ” conscience ” ( something you may have last heard from a looooonnnnng time ago ) is telling them that they are wrong. And it will continue to do so throughout their whole existence ( not life ); a correcting love from their Creator telling them they have embraced evil and for which they are willing to kill themselves rather than repent from such embrace and their soul slavery.

    They choose to be homosexual because their souls have been shattered; an experience which you are working to bring to countless other children/targets. It is also something which you and every other supporter of such evil has experienced since you vibrate in harmony with it; i.e.; you have a soul infection.

    The ” mind blowing ” part of this discussion is your willingness to sacrifice, shove over the cliff, or ” throw under the bus ” countless children who will be attacked and destroyed because of your ( and too many others ) support of outright evil.

    So it takes a guy who doesn’t have children to care about them enough to oppose and work to stop a massive and monstrous attack against them; an attack aided by countless morally destroyed human pretenders who cheer on the attack in every way possible.

    And in regard to ” monsters ” – I will modify my writing that the children involved are ” monsters-in-training;” their training to be as weapons against all of the other children in our nation. The real monsters are their parents – those who have destroyed them and rather than admitting their screw-up of their children now justify and support the destruction of their children so that their own evil may be praised and glorified rather than, as it should be, chastised and opposed.

    The extra monsters in this crime against humanity are those who are willing to sacrifice countless children to the horrific attack against them and the Movement which is behind the whole thing.

    Don J. Grundmann, D.C. Chairman Constitution Party of California – the last political party fighting to protect children from their emotional, mental, and physical molestation

  4. Concerned Citizen Concerned Citizen March 15, 2013

    Isn’t that what Lady Gaga calls them?

    From my experiences the reason children consider such things is because of the media. Otherwise they wouldn’t even think about it. It’s not the children’s fault. It’s the fault of society.

  5. Jill Pyeatt Jill Pyeatt March 15, 2013

    I’ll also remind IPR readers here that Dr. Grundmann calls children with sexuality or gender issues “monsters”.

  6. Jill Pyeatt Jill Pyeatt March 15, 2013

    Some of you might wonder why I didn’t respond to Dr. Grundmann’s long tirade in # 39 to my fairly mild comment in # 38. That’s because I’ve been through this a couple times with him before, and have chosen to pray for tolerance for his soul instead.

    It just continues to blow my mind, however, how this never married man, who has never had a child in a school system, has set himself up as an expert. He has clearly never spoken with a young person who knew at a very young age, often as young as four or five, that they were “different”, and did everything they could to change the fact–without luck– that they were attracted to a person of their own sex. These kids agonize, hate themselves, all too often kill themselves over it–yet Don Grundmann is certain they’re not born that way. Why on earth would anyone choose this? There may be a few who have, or who have become homosexual because of their upbringing, but it’s not his business to judge. Most of the kids I know who are gay–yes Don, I know what you think that’s an acronym for–want families. Again, why would they choose to be gay?

    Don, those are rhetorical questions. You’ve answered them for me before. Don’t bother to answer them again.

  7. Thomas L. Knapp Thomas L. Knapp March 15, 2013


    “the attacks upon children which I have completely documented at”

    If you’re going to keep throwing the web URL out there, you should probably put some content there which at least facially resembles what you claim is there.

    Otherwise, it’s too easy for people to go there, notice that when you say “fully document” you mean “assert without evidence,” and dismiss you more quickly than they otherwise would.

  8. Don J. Grundmann, D.C. Don J. Grundmann, D.C. March 15, 2013

    Mr. Knapp – You are certainly the poster boy for the spineless and pathetic males who will do nothing to stop the attacks upon children which I have completely documented at

    It is truly bizarre to see your screed which essentially declares that facts don’t exist when you say they don’t along with your dumbshit attack upon myself. The unfortunate reality is that you are not alone as there are countless Socially Engineered and morally dead drones who; just like trained seals, parrots, and you; will screech out their instructions from their masters and controllers regarding whatever the topic may be.

    The countless children whose lives are shattered in the coming years as a result of the attack upon them by the Homosexual/Sodomy Movement can count Thomas Knapp as one of the drones who paved the highway which their attackers drove on.

    This will be your pathetic legacy.

    Don J. Grundmann, D.C. Chairman Constitution Party of California – the last political party and the last people fighting to protect the children of the nation

  9. Thomas L. Knapp Thomas L. Knapp March 15, 2013


    “The assertions at CandleCrusade are fully asserted at the site.”

    There, fixed that for ya.

    I can’t really blame you for mistaking your assertions for “evidence” and “documentation,” given your severe dissociative disorder.

    If it’s unhealthy to center one’s entire existence around one’s sexuality, it’s even more unhealthy to center one’s entire existence around the sexuality of others.

    In your case, doing so has obviously resulted in a complete break with the real world. You live your life entirely inside your vivid imagination.

  10. Don J. Grundmann, D.C. Don J. Grundmann, D.C. March 15, 2013

    Mr. Knapp – How easy it was to predict your actions. It is the same thing EVERY time with those who support perversion.

    A) The evidence at CandleCrusade is fully documented at the site. Of course you can call the documented evidence there ” assertions.” You can do the same thing with gravity and simply call its existence an ” assertion.” This only shows 1) that your religious belief trumps reality; and 2) that no amount of evidence or facts will ever bring you to admit that it is true.

    B) The points that I mention above are new developments/attacks by the Homosexual/Sodomy Movement that have occurred since I developed CandleCrusade and have not been added to it yet. They, the factual proof of their occurance, are easily found via Google but of course you will never do that for the simple reason that you will ALWAYS deny the facts. You will NEVER admit their truth.

    Reason – 1) Because you support the Homosexual/Sodomy Movement as a whole, and 2) you will NEVER challenge anything that the Movement does – such as teaching sodomy to kindergarteners – because it would ruin your liberal; i.e.; anti-Christian; image.

    That is why the Homosexual/Sodomy Movement will eventually successfully molest countless thousands of children in our nation via the overturning of age of consent laws, the complete overturning of all current conceptions of child molestation ( changing molestors into ” minor attracted persons who are ” born that way ” and are simply ” sexually expressing themselves ” ), and many other ” achievements.”

    All because our citizens ( like you ) will have paved the highways which the H/S Movement drives on to their ” victory.”

    This is what happens when our culture dies. The men ” die ” by changing into inferior men – males/femen ( feminized men ). And males will never stand up to protect children. They will instead sacrifice them, even their own children, to protect their ” image.”

    Don J. Grundmann, D.C. Chairman Constitution Party of California; the last party devoted to protecting children and opposing all of the other parties and persons who sanction attacking them

  11. Thomas L. Knapp Thomas L. Knapp March 14, 2013


    “You can find the evidence at”

    Well, no. I can find the same assertions there that you make here. But assertions aren’t evidence, they’re just assertions.

  12. Don J. Grundmann, D.C. Don J. Grundmann, D.C. March 14, 2013

    Mr. Knapp – You can find the evidence at along with googling the points which I mentioned above.

    The Mount Everest of evidence is there. Whether you will acknowledge it or not ( like some people we know ) is another matter.

    My prediction for yourself is that you ( like someone else we know ) will find some excuse(s) to reject it no matter how factual it is.

    Don J. Grundmann, D.C. Chairman Constitution Party of California; the only party that will not sell out the children of the nation

  13. Thomas L. Knapp Thomas L. Knapp March 14, 2013

    “I can present evidence”

    If you could, you presumably would have by now.

    “Judas sold out Jesus for ’30 pieces.'”

    Exactly as Jesus ordered him to do, that the prophecy be fulfilled. Your point?

  14. Concerned Citizen Concerned Citizen March 14, 2013

    Our nation is ill. Apathy is a symptom. Those in power encourage apathy. That’s why they invented political correctness and pervert rights. These are the tools they use to maintain the status quo while they subject us to big government.

  15. Don J. Grundmann, D.C. Don J. Grundmann, D.C. March 14, 2013

    Jill – I have also learned your ” drill ” by now.

    I can present evidence of the most horrific and monstrous both actions and plans by the Homosexual/Sodomy Movement; such as teaching ” fisting ” to children, the latest abomination of the Chicago schools planning on instituting sex education ( including ” gender identity ” training ) to kindergarteners; and many other monstrous acts; and your response is to attack and ridicule me while rushing to the defense of the perverts.

    The ” obsession which I have is actually quite old-fashioned and you may have heard of it before although you, as with countless other of the Socially Engineered, could now care less. It was known in previous times as protecting children from sexual predators; something which is now declared to be ” homophobic.” an action of ” hate,” or an ” irrationist hate filled ideology ” as noted by your fellow pervert supporter in #35 above.

    In our new enlightened; i.e.; anti-Christian; times the new language of ” acceptance ” and ” tolerance ” which your boutique Christianity is promoting includes the redefinition of child molestors to ” minor attracted persons;” or ” MAPs. You can see it at the website of B4U-ACT which the Homosexual/Sodomy Movement has developed as the next part of their jihad against the children of the nation. And the best part for you? Well you can see it on their website. They are……..BORN THAT WAY!!!

    Bottom Line – they will succeed in their monstrous plans because of entire political parties – Democrats, ” moderate ” Repubicans, Greens, Libertarians – who support EVERYTHING they want and do along with singular persons, like you, who do the same thing in order to protect their precious ” image ” that they are sooooooo ” tolerant ” and are not ” haters.”

    Judas sold out Jesus for ” 30 pieces.” Our own citizens will sell out the very children of the nation in return for the trinket of ” looking good ” to their Plantation Masters and fellow Socially Engineered slaves.

    Don J. Grundmann, D.C. Chairman Constitution Party of California, the last political party standing in defense of the children of our nation and the last political party willing to stand against the molestation; emotional, mental, and physical; of children.

  16. Jill Pyeatt Jill Pyeatt March 13, 2013

    CC doesn’t seem to have moved on from the November election.

  17. Jill Pyeatt Jill Pyeatt March 13, 2013

    Dr. Grundmann seems unnaturally obsessed with homosexuality. I’m sorry for whatever happened in his life that made him that way. Next, he’ll come on here and say that I’m supporting teaching kidnergartners sodomy and fisting because I said that. I’ve learned the drill by now.

    Romney and Obama seemed virtually the same on foreign policy and their economic policies were quite similar also. I’m proud to have a mind of my own, and to have voted who represented most of my views.

  18. Green_Liberal Green_Liberal March 13, 2013

    @20 it couldn’t have been more obvious that Romney was a candidate of the military complex and a candidate for a new Middle East war. He certainly didn’t deny it, and indicated he was ready for war with Syria and Iran in the GOP debates. Romney’s foreign policy team was largely that of the Bush era, and his advisors indicated he was more likely to intervene in favor of Isreal than Obama.

    Romney seemed so bad on foreign policy that many hard-core Obama-haters felt compelled to vote for him as the lesser evil. It was a bad dynamic for 3rd parties because even if there was little substantial difference b/w Romney and Obama, it ‘seemed’ like there was a difference.

  19. Green_Liberal Green_Liberal March 13, 2013

    @29 American culture may be immoral in many respects, but tolerating homosexuals is not our problem.

    The Founding Fathers stressed the importance of civic virtue. Irrationalist hate-filled ideology, dividing rather than uniting patriots, is not a species of civic virtue.

  20. Thomas L. Knapp Thomas L. Knapp March 13, 2013


    My best guess is some time in your childhood or adolescence.

  21. Don J. Grundmann, D.C. Don J. Grundmann, D.C. March 13, 2013

    Mr. King and Mr. Knapp – I am sure that you will be articulate enough to point out where I ” got wrong.”

    Don J. Grundmann, D.C. Chairman Constitution Party of California; the party of the common man; i.e.; centrist; that is always right

  22. Jill Pyeatt Jill Pyeatt March 13, 2013

    He does dispel CC’s assertion that IPR readers aren’t paassionate about issues, though.

  23. Thomas L. Knapp Thomas L. Knapp March 13, 2013


    Watch Grundmann for awhile. It doesn’t take long to stop being surprised at how quickly he gets wrong.

  24. Jared King Jared King March 13, 2013

    It’s amazing how #28 got so wrong so fast. But he’s right about Romney and Obama being Jack Johnson and John Jackson.

  25. Don J. Grundmann, D.C. Don J. Grundmann, D.C. March 13, 2013

    To continue my technically interrupted comment – you no longer have a populace which can logically deal with issues regarding even the continuance, much less the prosperity, of the nation.

    John Adams stated that the Constitution was made for a moral people. No moral people = a broken nation.

    Romney ran a campaign on fiscal issues and would not touch the ” social issues.” Reason? He agrees with pervert ( homosexual ) marriage ) and the mutilation shredding of children known as abortion. Result? A broken culture can never fix a broken economy and this is because a broken culture is THE CA– USE of the broken economy.

    Attempting to isolate the ” social issues ” from the economy ( because you are afraid of offending your true masters ) guarantees failure on both.

    Bottom Line – With the public school system churning out ever increasing numbers of Socially Engineered drones there will never be another conservative President elected. There will never be another ” balanced budget.” The nation will forever be in more and more and more debt. Why? Because the nation is getting ever morally sicker. The people are dying. How? Morally. How can this be diagnosed? Very easily. We are actually willing to teach sodomy to our school children. And not only singular persons ( including many who write comments on this site ) but entire political parties ( Democrats, Greens, Liberatarians, ” moderate ” Republicans ) are in total support of such monstrous actions. That is the crystallization of many other moral failures that shows a dying nation which is willing to sacrifice its very children to outright evil.

    So, no, Romney A) could not win ( because of his character ) and B) did not deserve to win ( because he could not and would not challenge the real cause of the collapse – economically and in every other way – of our nation. That our people, as a numerical predominance, are no longer the moral people which the Constitution needed in order to work.

    Don J. Grundmann, D.C. Chairman Constitution Party of California; the only political party opposed to teaching sodomy to children, the last moral party in the nation, and the last party defending the Constitution

  26. Don J. Grundmann, D.C. Don J. Grundmann, D.C. March 13, 2013

    Concerned Citizen – A) I do not know the name of the video but I am sure that you can find it. It shows a comparison between Romney and Obama on roughly 10 issues; immigration, government spending, etc. They use the Exact same words. The video goes back and forth between them and if you simply read the text of what they said you could not tell the difference between them. Bottom Line – ( my prediction ) Romney would have been no different from Obama. B) The reason that the most monstrous President in history can be reelected is because of the sasme ( and worsening ) problem that got him elected in the first place – our culture, society, and nation are dying. We are a dying nation. Ever less numbers of people care about balanced budgets or other economic issues. They only care about 1) what the government can give to them, and 2) the advance of their own sickness; I refer here to the love of abortion and ( especially ) homosexuality.

    Specifically, when you have a nation with increasing numbers of males imitating females and females imitating males; i.e.; psychotic people; you no longer have a

  27. Concerned Citizen Concerned Citizen March 13, 2013

    That’s what you say when you cannot counter the argument. You’re all living in a fantasy world. But these policies actually affect people. When the basis for your support is “We’re going to blow ourselves up” or the other candidate is mean or any other adjective or big government is not a priority, you’re not thinking rationally. Until you realize this you’ll just waste away while government grows.

  28. Jill Pyeatt Jill Pyeatt March 13, 2013

    I think he’s a troll. He’s using all the tired right ring talking points from the election that was over with in November. I see no purpose in feeding him.

  29. Dennis Dennis March 13, 2013

    Concerned Citizen is either a troll or someone who is incapable of realizing that not everyone prioritized their issues in the same way they do.

  30. Thomas L. Knapp Thomas L. Knapp March 13, 2013


    “The choice was clear. We had a couple of candidates that supported a balanced budget and several candidates who did not.”

    There, fixed that for ya. Johnson was probably not the only candidate who supported a balanced budget (Goode probably did too), nor was Obama the only one who didn’t (Romney makes two, at a minimum).

  31. Jill Pyeatt Jill Pyeatt March 13, 2013

    CC @ 20: “your candidate by default”–anyone who still says such a stupid statement isn’t worth bothering with. Good night.

  32. Concerned Citizen Concerned Citizen March 13, 2013

    Bob Barr was elected and reelected numerous times in Congress. Putting him on the ticket will secure Georgia, which will be a first for the LP. I admit that I planned to vote for him in 2008 because I saw no clear difference between McCain and Obama. Like many others, I changed my mind at the voting booth and voted for McCain. I knew Obama could not be trusted. Had Hillary been the nominee I probably would have voted for Barr. As I’ve said before, 2012 was a clear contrast between big government and small government and so I did not vote for the candidate I agreed with most, Virgil Goode. When I talk about third party winners I am referring foremost to Ross Perot. He had a clear message that resonated: balance the budget. And though he lost the election, Bill Clinton and Newt Gingrich later came together and achieved his goal. Newt Gingrich can run with this and get into the debates with Hillary and Christie and either be elected president or win a substantial amount of votes to show we are tired of runaway government and force President Hillary to be fiscally responsible like her husband.

  33. Jared King Jared King March 13, 2013

    “I support third party winners”

    Like Bob Barr…D’OH!

  34. Concerned Citizen Concerned Citizen March 13, 2013

    Romney was not a war candidate. He never started any wars. However, your candidate by default, the drone king, has started wars; in Libya, Pakistan, Mali…

    Newt Gingrich opposed the war in Libya and opposed continued presence in Iraq and Bosnia. He should not be maligned as a “war candidate” because you think he’s “mean.” That’s one hell of a way to be issues-oriented.

  35. Concerned Citizen Concerned Citizen March 12, 2013

    I support third party winners

  36. Jill Pyeatt Jill Pyeatt March 12, 2013

    If we keep supporting war candidates, and things escalate to nuclear wars, everything else will become moot if we blow ourselves up. Who cares about the economy if everyone is dead?

  37. Krzysztof Lesiak Krzysztof Lesiak Post author | March 12, 2013

    So Concerned Citizen, why are you on the number one website in the U.S. covering “third party losers” then? I think you’re just a troll.

  38. Concerned Citizen Concerned Citizen March 12, 2013

    And that’s exactly what you got plus out of control spending and more government. It’s asinine to believe your vote for third party losers will end wars. Rather by not voting for the small government candidate you actually encourage military adventurism.

  39. Jill Pyeatt Jill Pyeatt March 12, 2013

    I’m passionate about issues–the issue of not blowing up other people. I could not vote for either Obomney or Robama for that reason.

  40. Concerned Citizen Concerned Citizen March 12, 2013

    The 2012 presidential election was about balancing the budget and cutting entitlements. The choice was clear. We had a man that supported a balanced budget and one that did not. One talked about cutting welfare the other was the food stamp president. So if you had your priorities right on the issues you would have backed the right man. Instead you guaranteed that government would grow by not backing this man.

  41. Dennis Dennis March 12, 2013

    Interesting analysis given you know nothing about my views.

    The reason I don’t like Newt Gingrich, aside from his Islamophobic historic revisionism, is that he is flat out wrong on many issues. So no–while I have voted for many Republicans in the past and will do so in the future–Newt will never be one of them.

    By the way, I am 100% issues oriented. I don’t give a damn about party labels. As everyone who actually knows me is well aware.

  42. Jill Pyeatt Jill Pyeatt March 12, 2013

    Newt Gingrich, you mean the man who wants to send people to the moon? He’s too mean for me to ever vote for.

    Who votes for the man who lives in the van by the river? He doesn’t get anywhere, either. And what the f*ck do you mean we don’t care about issues? You’re just a troll, CC, trying to make trouble.

  43. Concerned Citizen Concerned Citizen March 12, 2013

    The problem with third party people is that you don’t care about the issues. You like to make fun of losers like Ogle for living in a fantasy, but take a look in the mirror. You give time, money, effort and then vote for a man that lives in a van by the river. You justify this waste by saying it’s how you remain ideologically pure. But all you’re doing is furthering big government by default by denying your time, money, effort and vote to someone that could actually win and decrease government. You care about civil liberties. Well, the bigger government becomes, the fewer rights you will have. Newt Gingrich may not be ideologically pure like the hobo on the street corner but he’s balanced the budget and cut entitlements. That is how you reduce government.

  44. Dennis Dennis March 12, 2013

    I can’t tell if “Concerned Citizen” is supposed to be satirical or if they are serious.

  45. Concerned Citizen Concerned Citizen March 12, 2013

    I’m pro-America. You two are pro-nonsense and pro-Hillary2016.

  46. Dennis Dennis March 12, 2013

    I have to agree with Krzysztof. Neither are pro-third party nor would they be beneficially to our movement.

  47. Krzysztof Lesiak Krzysztof Lesiak Post author | March 12, 2013

    Bob worked for the CIA and he voted for the Patriot Act. Doesn’t matter where he supposedly stood when he was pandering to the LP in 2008, he was just an opportunist trying to build his own brand and couldn’t give a damn about libertarian principles.

    Newt has so much dirt on his record that I’m not going to spend half a day listing all of it. Barr does as well. I have no idea where you got the idea that a third party candidacy by either gentlemen would be a good idea. First of all they are Republicans and second of all the are noecons. Neocons = descendants from Trotskyists. Enough said.

  48. Concerned Citizen Concerned Citizen March 12, 2013

    CIA Bob? More like ACLU Bob.

  49. Concerned Citizen Concerned Citizen March 12, 2013

    Since when are balanced budgets big government? Your priorities are screwed up and that’s why you’ll never stop big government.

  50. Concerned Citizen Concerned Citizen March 12, 2013

    Good luck then with President Hillary Clinton.

  51. Krzysztof Lesiak Krzysztof Lesiak Post author | March 12, 2013


    “Instead he should support a third party ticket that can win: Newt Gingrich (VA) and Bob Barr (GA) of the Libertarian Party.”

    I’m not sure if that’s an attempt at a satyrical statement or not, but Both Newt and “CIA Bob” are big government statist Republicans who are pro-war, anti civil liberties and who are not friends of third parties at all (in fact, Barr rejoined the GOP in 2011 after his failed stint in the LP and endorsed Gingrich over Ron Paul for the 2012 presidential primaries.) While the two may be two peas in a pod, the should not run for any office, and if they decide to, they will be soundly defeated. The country does not need more of their ilk.

  52. Concerned Citizen Concerned Citizen March 12, 2013

    Mr. Castle is a good man, but he should not run for president. Instead he should support a third party ticket that can win: Newt Gingrich (VA) and Bob Barr (GA) of the Libertarian Party.

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