Recent Updates from the Constitution Party of Arizona

The following are from the Constitution Party of Arizona’s Facebook page:

Constitution Party of Arizona

For Immediate Release, June, 25, 2013.
Contact; Bob Haran, Chairman, Constitution Party of Arizona.
602-442-6806

Constitution Party of Arizona Chairman Bob Haran says, “The aim of the Republican support for increasing the number of petition signatures required for other party candidates to get on the ballot is obvious. The Republicans want to not only suppress opposition votes but opposition voices also.”

“ This is just another case of Republican decision making based solely on what’s good for the party,” Haran said.

“In our country we value the right to organize and to allow all voices to be heard and we believe in playing fair,” explained the chairman of the conservative Constitution Party of Arizona. “The GOP only wants one voice to be heard, theirs,” he said.

“The people have a right to select whom will represent them from as wide a field of candidates as possible. Just as all individuals have equal access to the ballot for their party nomination, so too should all parties have equal access to the general election ballot.” Haran of the Constitution Party claimed.

For God and country,

Bob Haran,
Chairman,
Constitution Party of Arizona

June 19th:

THE GOP ELEPHANT MOVES TO THE LEFT.

Today another Republican, Senator Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, came out in support of same sex marriage. Murkowski was appointed by her father, then Governor Frank Murkowski, to the Senate to fill a vacancy caused by his own resignation to become governor in 2002.

In a sign of GOP lack of commitment to the traditional marriage of one man to one woman and the religious right, more and more Republicans, including Members of Congress, have come out in support of gay marriage. In Congress, in addition to Sen. Murkowski, Republican Senators Mark Kirk of Illinois and Rob Portman of Ohio, Republican Representatives Ileana Ros-Lehtinen of Florida and Richard Hanna of New York, have publicly come out for gay marriage.

Other prominent Republicans for gay marriage include; former Vice President Dick Cheney, former Utah governor and 2012 candidate for the GOP presidential nomination Jon Huntsman, former First Lady Laura Bush, former Secretary of State Colin Powell, former New Jersey Governor Christie Todd Whitman, former Massachusetts Governors William Weld and Jane Swift and former GOP National Chairman Ken Mehlman who has publicly come out as being homosexual.

Day by day, on issue after issue, it seems that the GOP elephant moves further and further to the left.

 

One thought on “Recent Updates from the Constitution Party of Arizona

  1. Sue

    What do principles one and three have to do with the United States Constitution or the Bill of Rights?

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