Constitution Party of Texas meets in Waxahachie
The Constitution Party of Texas held its bi-annual Convention Saturday at the Civic Center in Waxah-achie, with party faithfuls coming in from Houston, Dallas, San Antonio, and all over the state including far away places like Alpine. After opening ceremonies and a rousing video presentation called "God Bless the U.S.A." Chairman Clell Drum-heller opened the meeting with his keynote address.
Drumheller pointed out that we are not a "secular republic" and we need to have our voices heard. He said we have what we have in America because God shed his grace on us, but if we do not win the "culture war," we will lose the country.
Drumheller predicted the Tea Parties will fail because they do not have a Biblical foundation.
Both Republicans and Democrats came under fire as Republicans foolishly continue to follow Bilderberger attendee and "all talk-no walk" Rick Perry while the Democrats put up CFR socialist Bill "Howdy Doody" White as their man.
"People need a real choice, one only the Constitution Party can bring," Drumheller said.
Other speakers talked about family and constitutional issues, including a strong anti-abortion talk, a position for which the party is well known, and a strong speech by Joe Grisafi on Second Amendment and other related issues.
The business session discussed the state of the party in Texas and the nationwide, and plans to grow the party in preparation for the 2012 elections.
The party failed to qualify for ballot access in 2010 due to very high requirements for third parties, but it expects a lot of growth in the coming years and a new strategy, to make it possible in the future.