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Pro-LIFE Discussion

NOTE: The following is from a discussion that took place on Facebook.

 

"From the national platform. The national platform strips victims of their right to terminate a pregnancy that's the result of rape or incest."

~~ Ben Myers

 

First, Ben, I am glad and impressed that you have read the Constitution Party National Platform.

HOWEVER, you make an erroneous interpretation of the platform, especially its Sanctity of Life plank. The national platform does not "strip" anyone of their rights.  The national platform espouses our belief that NO ONE has a "right" to murder - legally or otherwise.

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Evil Legislators and Justices


 

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Philadelphia State Representative, Brian Sims, said. “I implored you then as I do now — as an attorney, as a civil rights advocate, and as a legislator that has sworn to uphold the Constitution and not the Bible or any other religious document — to see this legislation for what it actually is, an end around the U.S. Supreme Court and the Constitution that is beneath this body.”

“I implored you then as I do now — as an attorney, as a civil rights advocate, and as a legislator that has sworn to uphold the Constitution and not the Bible or any other religious document — to see this legislation for what it actually is,” Sims said.

Sims continued: “Legislators like each of us in this room have absolutely no business making personal medical decisions for other people.”

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The Wrong Lizard

The Wrong Lizard

Once upon a time, in a galaxy far, far, away (well, maybe not so far away as all that), there once was a planet called Earth.  A man named Arthur lived there and he had a friend named Guildford (Ford) who turned out to be an illegal alien from a very small planet near the star we call Betelgeuse; at least that is how the tale is told. In his science fiction parody, “So Long and Thanks for All the Fish” (the fourth installment of the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy Trilogy), Douglas Adams describes a planet’s political system.

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An Open Letter to Conservatives - Updated

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My name is Randy Stufflebeam.  I am a retired Marine, with over 22 years of honorable active duty service to my country.  I am the only husband to the only wife in a marriage of over 36 years.  I am father to three and grandfather to four.  I was the National Vice-Chairman of the Constitution Party (2012-2016).  I am the Constitution Party Chairman of the Midwestern United States Region and the Chairman of the Constitution Party of Illinois.  Most importantly [for the purpose of this letter], I am a Constitutionist.

Most would consider my political views to be “conservative” and many in our day of national (im)morality, would consider my views to be extreme.  However, I believe my views to be in align with those of our founding fathers and central to the  framing of the Constitution of these United States of America, which gave rise to our country becoming the greatest nation to have ever existed on the face of this planet.

In November, 2014, the Republicans captured the majority of both the House and the Senate.  Many are celebrating this as a victory.  I’ve learned over the years to NOT HOLD MY BREATH.

I watched closely after the elections in 2010 to those people who were considered “Tea Party Candidates.”  Without exception (I can take you down each and every one of them), ALL of them have caved in to voting for some unconstitutional legislation or another.

Over the past 16 years specifically (and the past 40-50 years generally), Liberty in this nation has been in a tailspin with a certainty of crashing soon (just how soon, I don’t know) and it has not mattered one iota the mixture of Democrats and Republicans --> whether or not there was a majority in either the House of Representatives or the Senate, or both; and whether or not that majority enjoyed a president from the same party or not.

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The Church Has Failed

The Church Has Failed

The Church Has Failed - in teaching against sexual immorality of every form.

 

Recently, the Illinois Family Institute released an article about a Catholic Church which "fired" an openly gay man from being the choir director.

http://illinoisfamily.org/homosexuality/homosexual-choir-director-in-illinois-fired/

I agree, for the most part, with the premise of the article, however, there is one VERY important aspect to this story that has been left out.

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Bipolar Disorder


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Here's the deal in 7 parts:

 

Part 1 – WHO'S IN CONTROL

Before I even get into the Bi-Polar issue, the first thing you need to understand is that you REALLY don't know who really controls the Republican and Democrat parties.

If there really are that many conservatives in the Republican Party (especially here in Illinois), how is it that you consistently elect people like Topinka and Rauner? Do you REALLY think it is the voters of Illinois?? If the Republican Party really is made up of a majority of conservatives, then why, pray tell, is it so hard for you to elect an actual conservative, first within your own party through the primaries and secondly in a General Election (Hold your “RINO” diatribe, I’ll address that below)?

To be honest (and I always try to be), I do believe that those who hold to "conservative" values (even here in Illinois) actually outnumber those who hold to "Liberal/Progressive" values.  The problem is that most have realized that their conservative voice has been squashed by those who are actually in control of the two-party-duopoly ( and yes, this includes the Republican Party).

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Tea Party should divorce the Republicans:


This blog is in response to an article that was written by Michael Lind entitled, "Why America needs more political parties."  First, I am going to provide the article for context, and then provide my response.

 

 

 Why America needs more political parties

By Michael Lind

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THE FEAR FACTOR

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When, oh when, will we have the courage to take a stand on principle and not cave in to fear?

How many of you have either heard or said, “I don’t particularly like Romney, but I’m going to hold my nose and vote for him to keep Obama from winning!”? Or heard or said, “Any one but Obama!” OR “Any one but Quinn!”; Or heard or said this one: “I believe in what you are doing, but wait until after the November elections to build the Constitution Party. We must unseat Obama!”??

Instead of the Republican or Democrat parties giving us candidates that we can “VOTE FOR,” they give us candidates we “MUST VOTE AGAINST!” For those of you from Illinois, remember the gubernatorial election of 2006. The Democrats gave us Rod Blagojevich (already known to be under investigation), and the Republicans gave us Judy Barr Topinka.

So, this whole FEAR MONGERING THING is nothing new.

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America – A Christian Nation

“In fact, every American colony, from its foundation down to the revolution…did openly, by the whole course of its laws and institutions, support and sustain, in some form, the Christian religion; and almost invariably gave a peculiar sanction to some of its fundamental doctrines. And this has continued to be the case in some of the states down to the present period, without the slightest suspicion, that it was against the principles of public law, or republican liberty.”

~~ Joseph Story (1833)

 

Fr those of you who believe that these United States of America was created as a secular society by our Constitution have no idea as to the REAL HISTORY of this country. While certainly, not everyone associated with the Constitution and the founding of this country can be labeled as “Christian,” it was generally accepted that this was in fact, a Christian Nation.

I will be quoting from five sources. The first one is from Benjamin Franklin, a man many call a Deist. The second one comes from the first president of these United States of America. George Washington, another man, many call a Deist. The next two sources come from two distinctly separate positions and points of view, Joseph Story and Alexi de Tocqueville, yet, both say virtually the same thing regarding the religious founding of our Country, and the observed and expected influences of Christianity. The fifth source comes from a man in a similar situation to that of Joseph Story and that is Justice Brewer.

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A Mental Disorder

Years ago, talk show host, Michael Savage, wrote a book called “Liberalism Is a Mental Disorder.” While I don’t entirely disagree with his premise, I’m beginning to think it is more of an infectious disease and that conservatives are falling victim to the disorder as well, though maybe displaying slightly different symptoms.

Consider this:

Every election, conservatives, and in particular, Republicans, will put up several candidates who for the most part could be considered outstanding conservatives, yet, who gets elected? The person who is about as close to the liberal side of the fence that you can get.

Let’s take a look a three specific elections that will exemplify what I’m saying the best:

The 2006 Illinois Republican Primary: You had Jim Oberweis, Bill Brady, Judy Barr-Topinks, Ron Gidwidtz, and Andy Martin. The order of conservatism from most to least (in my opinion) was Bill Brady, Jim Oberweis, Ron Gidwidtz, Andy Martin, and then Judy Barr-Topinka. Now doubt, Topinka was the worse and yet she was the one elected. In fact, I believe she was actually more liberal than Blagojevich and you know where he is right now.The 2012 Republican Presidential Primary: While there were almost 20 candidates at some point or another, you had Bachmann, Cain, Gingrich, Huntsman, Paul, Perry, Romney, Santorum. While I’m not going to try to discuss the order of conservatism among these.) , suffice to say, “It wasn’t the most conservative that got elected.” In fact, in my opinion, the worst of them all got elected.The 2014 Illinois Republican Primary: You had Bill Brady (for the 3rd time), Kirk Dillard, Bruce Rauner, and Dan Rutherford. While there was certainly some competition for who was the most liberal, Rauner won the primary.

While there were certainly others, these are probably the most in your face examples. Now here’s the deal… Every time the most (or almost most) liberal candidate gets elected by the “conservative” party, there’s the same old song and dance:

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Don't Ask, Don't Tell

dont-ask-dont-tellAs most of you probably know by now, a bill that repealed the don't ask, don't tell policy was passed that included a provision to allow gays to openly serve in the military.

I was in the Marine Corps when DADT was implemented.  Let me tell you about the outrage.  It was so bad that there were threats of charging us with mutiny if we didn’t stop talking bad about our “Commander-in-Chief.”  Officers and enlisted alike were threatened with these charges.  And from what I heard, field-grade officers and above were being threatened.  It went very high in the chain of command.  I knew then that DADT was just a step in the direction of gays openly serving in the military.

For those of you not entirely familiar with the military and the DADT policy that was implemented, let me give a little insight.  Homosexuality is against the law in the military.  It still was under the DADT policy.  The only difference after the DADT was implemented was that prior to its implementation, recruiters asked (as the question was on the form) if a person was gay or not.  If the person was, they were not allowed into the service.  I’ve known of recruiters who were disciplined because they covered up a person’s homosexuality.  After the DADT was implemented homosexuality was still illegal, but those in authority could not ask and a person was not required to disclose their homosexuality.  However, many homosexuals have been discharged from the service since its implementation.

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Affordable Health Care??

I’m breaking one of my rules today. I usually don’t comment on the things that Mr. Obama does or says, because there are more than enough people who are doing it.  HOWEVER!!!!!!

This nationalized healthcare debacle is absolutely insane and the things that Mr. Obama is saying in his defense are even more insane.

For those of you who voted for this maniac (not that Romney would have been any better, but I was offering a presidential candidate (Virgil Goode) where this ABSOLUTELY WOULD NOT HAVE HAPPENED), thanks for the screwing, I hope you are happy.

Don’t get me wrong, Congress is just as culpable (if not more so), in this whole debacle, with Pelosi who says something as asinine as “We’ve got to pass this to see what is in this”!! ARE YOU SERIOUS?? These are the people that you keep voting for???? And THE ONLY REASON WHY SOME DEMOCRATS ARE VOTING AGAINST THE PRESIDENT, IS THAT THIS IS MORE INSANE THAN USUAL AND THEY ARE AFRAID OF NEXT YEAR'S ELECTIONS.

Here are 4 quotes that Mr. Obama has made in the past day or so:

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Illinois Republicans & Democrats Enact the “Sore VOTER Law”

Knowing that Illinois voters are becoming increasingly disillusioned (sore) with the candidates that they are provided out of the primaries, the Illinois legislature is trying to stop the bleed. In doing so, they are trampling on the Illinois [legal] citizen’s right to representation.

So, now Illinois not only has a “sore-loser” law, they also have a “sore-voter” law.

Here’s the question: Does a legal citizen of Illinois not have the right to provide a candidate who represents their values, ESPECIALLY, when they have done all that they can do “from within” their preferred party??

BOTH the Illinois Republicans and Democrats (herein after known as the “two-party-duopoly”) say, “NO!!”

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Randy's Political Incorrect Blog

Welcome to my Political Incorrect Blog!

 

The reason for the emphasis on the "Political Incorrect" aspect of this blog is that this is the place where I will write about my political thoughts and machinations.  Be forewarned that this website is politically charged with partisanship.  If I am running for some political office, this will also be where you will find out about my campaign.

I do, however, have three other blogs that you might want to check out, one of which contains a journal that I kept while I was involved in a documentary regarding illegal immigration called "Borderland."

Truly, it would be a whole lot easier to maintain just one blog.  However, there are areas (especially in the arena of politics) where I have a very specific message to deliver and a mission to accomplish.

The problem with life is that you cannot neatly compartmentalize the various aspects of your life.  Most of the time there is a huge cross-sectional area that doesn't fit neatly into one compartment or the other.  For example, what if your job is a family business, or how do you separate your faith from either of those.  Therefore, what you will likely see across all the blogs is that there are things that creep (maybe invade would be a better word) into the others.  What you will see when you compare the various blogs is at the bottom of it all, "I am that I am, and that's all I'll ever be!"  In other words, like a diamond, when you read through all of these blogs you will see the many facets of me. Randy and I welcome your comments, inputs, views, and questions.

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Republicans Responsible?

Democrats Can NOT Destroy this Country by Themselves

You can say what you want, but the bottom line is that because of the Republican candidates that were elected this past November, several HORRIBLE bills have been passed, which deal will homosexuals, food, internet and taxes.

  • Without Republican support, "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" could never have passed.  Obama has invited the leader of the Illinois Republican Party, Mark Kirk to the repeal of the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” bill signing.
  • Without Republican support, "Civil Unions" could not have passed here in Illinois.
  • Without Republican support, The Food Safety Enhancement Act of 2009, would not have passed.
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Not on My Watch!!

It was one year ago this month (August, 2013) at their national convention that the Republican Party selected Mitt Romney to be their official nominee for the office of President. In June of last year, Illinois Republicans held their state convention at which Romney was selected to be their nominee. Earlier, on March 17, 2012, the Missouri’s St. Charles Republican Caucus had to be shut down and the police called in because of the way the meeting was conducted. Check out the videos for each of these.

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Why Doesn’t the Constitution Party Endorse (help elect) Ron Paul for President?

RonPaul-2012Dr. Ron Paul is one of (if not singularly) the most constitutionally correct Congressmen elected to the United States House of Representatives in recent years. He has certainly been the one leading the charge to “End the Fed,” and oppose unconstitutional legislation that has been coming out of Washington (earning him the title of “Dr. NO).

Consequently, it is being asked over and over again, “Why doesn’t the Constitution Party do everything it can to get Congressman Paul elected to the presidency?” No doubt, Ron Paul is the kind of man that everyone within the Constitution Party could get behind (and has virtually done so in the past).

However, there are seven (7) specific points as to why the Constitution Party cannot help Dr. Ron Paul in his bid for the Presidency.

 

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Two Men that I Admire and Respect

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There are two men that I admire and respect, Ron Paul and Roy Moore.  Ron Paul is probably the single most Constitutionally Correct elected official to our Federal Government.  And I credit Chief Justice Roy Moore with me becoming associated with the Constitution Party.

However, as long as they remain in the Republican Party they continue to perpetuate the two-party dictatorship and make our job as Constitutionists impossible to break this chain of enslavement and because of this, they will NEVER see one ounce of support; not one red cent; and certainly not my vote.

While I honestly do respect and admire them, they have made themselves my opponent.  The sooner that all their supporters come to the same conclusion and make it known to them, the sooner they might make wiser decisions than remain in one of the major parties that are responsible for the plight we find ourselves in here in these United States of America.

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Have You Had Enough?? - Part 2 (2012)

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(NOTE:  This message was written in 2012,  Notice any difference?  Yeah...  Me either)

 

 

Dear Friends, Family, and Fellow Constitutionalists;

 

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Have You Had Enough?? - Part 1 (2012)

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Dear Friends, Family, and Fellow Constitutionalists;

 

I know the messages have been sporadic at best and I apologize for that.  To say that I have been busy for the past several months (actually years) would actually be an understatement.  So, first of all, I’d like to catch you all up as to what is/has been happening lately.  As some of you know, recently, I ran for Chairman of the Constitution Party.  I was not elected as chairman, but I WAS ELECTED AS VICE-CHAIRMAN OF THE NATIONAL CONSTITUTION PARTY.  I am honored to be working with awesome patriots and constitutionalists.  Frank Fluckiger of Utah was elected as Chairman, Cindy Redburn of Missouri was elected as Secretary and Jim Headings of Tennessee was elected as Treasurer.

Secondly, I would like to thank you for all your support over the past several years as I ran for Governor and U.S. Senate as a constitutionalist.  The support of such fine patriots as you has meant the world to me.

This year we do not have a governor or senate race, but my work is not done.  The reason I ran was to bring true conservative leadership to Illinois. That goal still eludes me, but the pursuit is nonetheless worthy and probably even more so, given recent events.  My focus has always been to develop a strong and vibrant constitutional party, a place where true conservatives can find a home when they realize that their party has left them no other place to turn to.

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