Tuesday, November 4, 2008

I Voted

Cast my vote for Chuck Baldwin of the Constitution Party today. Here's the:

Seven Principles of the Constitution Party are:

1. Life: For all human beings, from conception to natural death;
2. Liberty: Freedom of conscience and actions for the self-governed individual;
3. Family: One husband and one wife with their children as divinely instituted;
4. Property: Each individual's right to own and steward personal property without government burden;
5. Constitution: and Bill of Rights interpreted according to the actual intent of the Founding Fathers;
6. States' Rights: Everything not specifically delegated by the Constitution to the federal government is reserved for the state and local jurisdictions;
7. American Sovereignty: American government committed to the protection of the borders, trade, and common defense of Americans, and not entangled in foreign alliances.


Anonymous said...

I almost voted for Baldwin! In fact, it wasn't til I was literally on the way to the booth that some demonic spirit possessed me and I decided to vote for Nader. I know he supports abortion, but maybe we would all be able to fight against that on a grass roots level? Doesn't matter anyway, of course.

Stephanie said...

I voted Joe Schriner. :-)

Rene'e said...

It is time to come together again and put this election behind us. The USCCB urge us to write to our State politicians opposing FOCA as soon as possible.

The 3rd party votes would not have made a difference anyway.

President-National Results
Total Reporting:93%
Name Votes Pct.
(D) OBAMA Barack 61,618,104 39%
(R) McCAIN John 54,847,219 38%
(I) NADER Ralph 630,365 1%
(L) BARR Bob 473,402 1%
(I) BALDWIN Chuck 170,355 1%
(GRN) McKINNEY Cynthia 134,418 1%
(AIP) KEYES Alan 31,031 1%
(LTP) PAUL Ron 18,529 1%
(PSL) RIVA Gloria 7,124 1%
(SWP) CALERO Roger 7,105 1%
Candidates None 6,246 1%
(SPU) MOORE Brian 6,193 1%
(I) DUNCAN Richard 3,521 1%
(SWP) HARRIS Thomas 2,355 1%
(BoT) JAY Charles 2,280 1%
(NEW) POLACHEK John 1,290 1%
(I) WAMBOLDT Jeffrey 761 1%
(Una) McENULTY Frank 733 1%
(Obj) STEVENS Thomas 672 1%
(Pro) AMONDSON Gene 626 1%
(I) BOSS Jeffrey 600 1%
(RP) WEILL Ted 467 1%
(Lib) PHILLIES George 425 1%
(HQ8) ALLEN Jonathan 270 1%
(PSF) LYTTLE Bradford 96 1%

Rene'e said...

“Today, however, we face the threat of a federal bill that, if enacted, would obliterate virtually all the gains of the past 35 years and cause the abortion rate to skyrocket. The "Freedom of Choice Act" ("FOCA") has many Congressional sponsors, some of whom have pledged to act swiftly to help enact this proposed legislation when Congress reconvenes in January.
FOCA establishes abortion as a "fundamental right" throughout the nine months of pregnancy, and forbids any law or policy that could "interfere" with that right or "discriminate" against it in public funding and programs. If FOCA became law, hundreds of reasonable, widely supported, and constitutionally sound abortion regulations now in place would be invalidated. Gone would be laws providing for informed consent, and parental consent or notification in the case of minors. Laws protecting women from unsafe abortion clinics and from abortion practitioners who are not physicians would be overridden. Restrictions on partial-birth and other late-term abortions would be eliminated. FOCA would knock down laws protecting the conscience rights of nurses, doctors, and hospitals with moral objections to abortion, and force taxpayers to fund abortions throughout the United States.
We cannot allow this to happen. We cannot tolerate an even greater loss of innocent human lives. We cannot subject more women and men to the post-abortion grief and suffering that our counselors and priests encounter daily in Project Rachel programs across America.”