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United States of America 3rd Party

Originally called the Taxpayers Party, the Constitution Party’s name was coined in 1999, but technically founded in 1992.

The Constitution party’s platform consists of strong social conservatism, mostly Laissez-Faire Capitalism, and a non-interventionist (or isolationist to detractors) stance on foreign policy.

Like practically every 3rd party in the United States, the Constitution Party has improved their takings in the 2004 presidential election.
Contrary to the beliefs of adolescent anarchists the Constitution Party has nothing to do with Fascism; however it is religious, but not so much more than the Republican Party. The CP does not believe America was founded on Religion, but on specific Bible principles.
by David J M February 11, 2006
 
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An American 3rd party made up of guys who've never read the US Constitution.

In reality, the CP is a far-right, theocratic fascist party which is completely anti-Constitution and anti-individual liberties - very similar to the BNP. They just used "Constitution" in their parties name because it sounds trendy, just like the NSDAP used "socialist" in it's name (because this was a trendy term back in 1930s Germany).

Their goals are essentially the same as those of the NSDAP - they are pro-big government, pro-historical revisionism (ex. claiming the US was founded as a Christian nation) and favor censoring free speech and religious practices that their White Christian elites don't like. And while not openly racist like their Neo-Nazi siblings are, they make it obvious that they despise all who aren't white and Christian.

Thankfully these guys have no elected officials in the US Congress, because if they had their way, they would turn this country into a White Christian police state, like Iran or Communist China, only whiter and more Christian.
Constitution Party member: America was founded on The 10 Commandments. Therefore the Constitution gives us a right to outlaw all non-Christian religions (see the 1st Commandment).

Smart person: Wow, go read a book or something, redneck idiot.
by ElvisHairDude98 November 19, 2010
 
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Like republicans but even more insanely religious and insanely conservative.
The consitution party comes closer to fascism than the republican party could ever dream of.
by danjklucas November 30, 2004
 
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An American policial party that is run by sexually repressed, dangerous far-right Christian fundamentalist nutcases and seeks to turn the United States into a theocracy; a white male equivalent of the Taliban. An authoritarian party that is the exact opposite of the Libertarian Party when it comes to personal freedom and, unlike true conservatives, believes in big government rather than small, limited government.
That Bible thumper belongs to the Constitution Party; he is so extreme that he seriously believes Rick Santorum is too liberal.
by Sir Bullwhip October 08, 2006
 
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United States 3rd Party

Originally called the Taxpayers Party, the Constitution Party’s name was coined in 1999, but technically founded in 1992.

The Constitution party’s platform consists of strong social conservatism, mostly Laissez-Faire Capitalism, and a non-interventionist (or isolationist to detractors) stance on foreign policy.

Like practically every 3rd party in the United States, the Constitution Party has improved their takings in the 2004 presidential election.

Official Website of the US Constitution Party
http://www.constitutionparty.com/
Contrary to the beliefs of adolescent anarchists the Constitution Party has nothing to do with Fascism; however it is religious, but not so much more than the Republican Party. The CP does not believe America was founded on Religion, but on specific Bible principles.
by David J M February 10, 2006
 
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United States 3rd Party

Originally called the Taxpayers Party, the Constitution Party’s name was coined in 1999, but technically founded in 1992.

The Constitution party’s platform consists of strong social conservatism, mostly Laissez-Faire Capitalism, and a non-interventionist (or isolationist to detractors) stance on foreign policy.

Like practically every 3rd party in the United States, the Constitution Party has improved their takings in the 2004 presidential election.

Official Website of the US Constitution Party
http://www.constitutionparty.com/
Contrary to the beliefs of adolescent anarchists the Constitution Party has nothing to do with Fascism; however it is religious, but not so much more than the Republican Party. The CP does not believe America was founded on Religion, but on specific Bible principles.
by David J M February 11, 2006