Dr. Don Grundmann, chairman of the Constitution Party of California, sent the following “Contract with California” to IPR, opening with a statement about its contents:
A Red Pill Manifesto of Sanity
Dear Citizen :
The Constitution Party of California presents the following ideas as a ” Contract with California ” – an analysis of current issues of vital importance to our state and a blueprint for eventually restoring the prosperity and happiness of our citizens.
Subject: a letter from Don Grundmann, Founder, California Constitution Party
Re : The ” Clarion Call to Unite Committee ” ( CCTUC )
Dear State Chairmen and all Constitution Party supporters and members -I write this hopefully short letter to you with the knowledge that you, as I, have a tremendously busy schedule but I feel that the issue which I shall discuss needs to be brought to your attention and consideration relevant to both current and, especially, future developments within the party.As
Frank Fluckiger is the National Chairman of the Constitution Party – KL.
From: Frank Fluckiger
Sent: Saturday, April 06, 2013 7:23 AM
To: Janine and others
Subject: RE: Don Grundmann is causing serious problems for our party
The most effective thing that both you and Cody could do I feel is to write
a short note to IPR and remind Don that he is not the chairman of the party
in California, but that Nathan Johnson was elected the new chairman at the
March (actually it was January 19th, Mr.… Read more ...
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