Constitution Party of Wisconsin Rejects The Doctrine Of The “Victimless Crime”

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By Riley J. Hood-State Chairman

            What is a victimless crime? One could look up the Libertarian Party’s definition on p876 of the 2003-2004 Wisconsin Blue Book, in their Party Platform, to quote: Victimless crime: “Because only actions that infringe on the rights of others can be properly termed “crimes”, we favor the repeal of federal, state, and local laws restricting our fundamental freedom to govern our own lives. In particular, we advocate: The repeal of laws restricting the production, sale, possession, or use of prohibited drugs and medicines. The repeal of laws regarding a minimum drinking age which are in conflict with the legally recognized age for maturity and responsibility. The repeal of laws restricting consensual sexual relations between adults. The repeal of laws regulating or prohibiting gambling. The decriminalization of assisted suicide.” The 2011 plank off LPOW’s website reads the same, verbatim. Such a plank comes from LPOW’s favorite sage, Lysander Spooner who wrote:

  •   “Vices are not crimes: a vindication of moral liberty.”(1875)
  •   “Natural Law; or The Science of Justice: A Treatise on Natural Law, Natural Justice, Natural Rights, Natural Liberty, and Natural Society; Showing that All Legislation Whatsoever is an absurdity, A Usurpation, and a Crime. Part First. (1882)

According to Ron Paul;“You can do anything you want with your lives. Accepting Lysander Spooner’s two principles of true common law would go a long way to improving this country.” Mr. Benedict D. La Rosa weighs in as well, “The laws are political, or man-made, and reflect not truth and justice, but power.” He further states, “Public and private morality are considered the same thing, which justifies making private morality public policy. What one does in the privacy of one’s home with consenting adults, (gambling for example) must meet the same standard as public behavior. As a result, vices become crimes,”So much for self-government being self-restraint to the Libertarians.

The Libertarians reject God when they affirm any law is a bad law because it is a law. They view criminals as wonderful people, and the world would be a better place if only the crooks weren’t punished. (Al Capone was a mobster before prohibition; not an altar boy.)  The Libertarians work to legalize euthanasia, nudity, prostitution, child porn, child sex, and recreational drugs. They want to keep sodomy, abortion, booze, and gambling legal.

CPoW affirms that the Law is to restrain the lawless, “We know that the law is good, if a man use it lawfully; Knowing this, that the law is not made for a righteous man, but for the lawless and disobedient, for the ungodly and for sinners, for unholy and profane, for murderers of fathers, and murderers of mothers, for manslayers, For whoremongers, for them that defile themselves with mankind, for menstealers, for liars, for perjured persons, and if there be any other thing contrary to sound doctrine; According to the glorious gospel of the blessed God,..” I Timothy 1:8-11. We mean to re-criminalize Abortion, Euthanasia, Rape, and Child Molestation with the Death Penalty. We know that when parents gamble away the family budget the children suffer. When the man of the house goes a whoring, he gives his money to a whoremonger, and VD to his wife. The Victim- less crime is a fantasy, dreamed up by immoral men. “Likewise also, these filthy dreamers defile the flesh, despise dominion, and speak evil of dignities.” Jude:8  In Fundamental matters of Justice, we are the diametric opposite of Lysander Spooner and the Libertarian Party. Mr. William Linn had an answer for such men, “Let my neighbor once persuade himself that there is no God, and he will soon pick my pocket, and break not only my leg, but my neck. If there be no God, no future account; government then is the ordinance of man only, and we cannot be subject for conscience sake.”  John Hall, in 1829 stated, “Men do things their fathers would have deprecated, and then draw about themselves a flimsy cordon of sophistry, and talk about the advance of humanity and liberal thought, when it is nothing after all but a preference for individual license.” 

CPoW works to cut the Federal Government down to Constitutional size: namely Article I, Section 8; not because laws are evil, but because every power entrusted to man comes from God. God-delegated authority is therefore limited and ministerial, including the powers of the Federal Government. No mere mortal should have unlimited powers. It is a widely held belief that all levels of civil government, Federal, State and Local should total up to less than 10%. Why? Because God commands a 10% tithe to the Church, thus when the civil government exceeds 10%, it exalts itself against God. The Christian/Constitutional view of law presupposes that sovereignty reposes in the being of God Almighty. Libertarians presuppose that sovereignty reposes in man’s reason. That is why I am not a supporter of Ron Paul, Lysander Spooner, or the Libertarian Party. “Only a virtuous people are capable of freedom. As nations become corrupt and vicious, they have more need of masters.”- Benjamin Franklin

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40 thoughts on “Constitution Party of Wisconsin Rejects The Doctrine Of The “Victimless Crime”

  1. Steve M

    “In wine there is wisdom, in beer there is Freedom, in water there is bacteria.”

    ? Benjamin Franklin

  2. Jill Pyeatt

    I hope this guy keeps talking himself into oblivion. He’s so over-the-top that I’m surprised anyone takes him seriously.

  3. Andy

    “The Libertarians reject God when they affirm any law is a bad law because it is a law. They view criminals as wonderful people, and the world would be a better place if only the crooks weren’t punished.”

    Wow. These statements are absurd on multiple levels.

  4. Jill Pyeatt

    It still continues to astound me that anyone cares what I do in the privacy of my bedroom and my home. Doesn’t Mr. Hood have his own house to worry about?

  5. Cody Quirk

    Obviously Mr. Bro Perm cares more about what takes place in other people’s houses, then in his own house, perhaps?

  6. Steve Scheetz

    “CPoW works to cut the Federal Government down to Constitutional size: namely Article I, Section 8; not because laws are evil, but because every power entrusted to man comes from God.

    Except for in the case of Abortion where the government needs to use lethal force. (I am sure that is somewhere in Article 1 section8)

    To the other cases mentioned in that statement… I do wonder if the CP of W would endorse a policy that would put those who fail to kill themselves on death row along with the doctors, and how about the women getting the abortions, will they be put on death row as well?

    Many questions indeed…

    OK, onward… Government should be shrunk down to Article 1 section 8, Where I am sure there is a provision for policing up all of those with different religious views, because let’s face it, those who do not believe in God are all out there, completely out of control, and those who don’t believe in the right God? Maybe he should hang out with the Syrian Rebels for a while?

    I guess since he is the polar opposite, of Lysander Spooner, I am going to assume that he thinks it was just for the government to work outside of Article 1 section 8, (given that criminal, Lysander’s activities) to create monopolies and and go to work beating down a man whose only goal was to create competition where there was none.

    and the Non-victimless crime of smoking a plant one grew on his/her own property, not sanctioned by government must be punished.. I can only assume this crime against…. Well I guess we will have to consult Mr. Hood in order to figure out who the crime is against, but I will assume that the full might of government will come down on that particular hardened criminal…. DEATH?? Probably….

    I am thankful that he felt it prudent to exercise his freedom of speech in order to share his point of view.
    (Oh I could go on, and on, and on, but what would anyone else write about?)

    Sincerely,

    Steve Scheetz

  7. Jed Siple

    Wow. Just wow. No wonder the Constitution Party is going down the tubes. The rest of the country is getting right on marijuana & gay marriage and advancing into the 21st century, apparently the CP of Wisconsin wants to take us back to the 19th.

  8. Andy

    “Jed Siple // Sep 11, 2013 at 9:28 am

    Wow. Just wow. No wonder the Constitution Party is going down the tubes. The rest of the country is getting right on marijuana & gay marriage and advancing into the 21st century, apparently the CP of Wisconsin wants to take us back to the 19th.”

    Marijuana was legal in the 19th century. Also, I think that it was not until the mid 19th century that states started to license marriages.

  9. Jill Pyeatt

    This morning I’m wondering what Mr. Hood would do to insure that the people put to death because of their crimes were properly tried and convicted by a faultless government. Would everyone in charge need to be a member of the Constitution Party?

  10. JD

    Crazier and crazier. I love how these goons quote from scripture yet the Bible is all about self regulation for God. There is not one verse of the Bible where God, Christ, or any prophet speas of governmental agencies regulating behavior. The church is mentioned as is God but the government is not.

  11. Dave Terry

    During the course of reading the above screed. I committed blasphemy seven times. I confess that I find Mr. Hood’s definition of righteousness and morality to be obscene, as well as insane.

    The question is; under Mr. Hood’s fundamentalist cathedra; WHAT is the punishment for blasphemy?

  12. Dave Terry

    NF 12: “Perhaps this guy would be more comfortable in the Prohibition Party.”

    L.O.L. This idiot would ONLY be comfortable in the “Inquisition”!

  13. Dave Terry

    JP @ #7: ” Doesn’t Mr. Hood have his own house to worry about?

    Gee Jill, I thought you knew. We ALL live in God’s House and as chief voyeur, er “inquisitor”, he is merely acting on the chief spook’s behalf!

  14. Dave Terry

    JP @ 13; ” Would everyone in charge need to be a member of the Constitution Party?

    No, just a baptized, born again Christian.

  15. Cody Quirk

    Paleocons are chill with personal freedom- it’s the Theocrats (like Mr. Bro Perm here) that have a problem is it.

  16. From Der Sidelines

    Mr. Riley J. Hood, Parker Brothers called. They want you to come down to their factory and pick up a Clue…

  17. Jed Siple

    I don’t think it’s just Bro Perm & the Theocrats that want to intrude on people’s right to put whatever they want into their body or marry whoever they choose.

  18. Dave Terry

    #35

    Pray thee, tell us who ELSE claims ownership of our bodies and the right to determine for us what we may do with our bodies and what substances we may put inside of it.

    Even Big Brother endorsed Soma, in order to keep all his little brothers under control.

  19. Jed Siple

    There is no left & right, only authoritarianism & libertarianism. There are varying degrees of both.

  20. Cody Quirk

    Anyways, I wonder if these guys still have ballot access?

    Either or, I also wonder if they’ll be able to even get candidates on the state ballot in Wisconsin too?

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