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Sunday, December 22, 2013

1791 Party: Is it time for a new political party?

We know we will not vote our way out of America's current multitude of problems - certainly not voting alone.

Our first Revolution was a combination of voting (we voted to fight) then we fought.

We know the current political parties are simply various appendages of the same beast.

Consider the value of a new battlecry that picks up where the Tea Party left off - no capitulation, no compromise, no subjugation by the Establishment.

In 1791, the Bill of Rights was ratified.

In 1791 the Federalists had not yet stolen the Judiciary with Marbury.

In 1791, the full promise of the Liberty earned during the fight was on the table.

We dumped the Tea into the harbor again a few years ago.  As it happened the first time, it took a while before it made a difference.

Today, if we demand nothing less than the rules that were in place in 1791, we ask for nothing more than is our birthright.

Liberty or Death?  We did that part - at least our Founders did.

Now it is 1791, or Death.

Think about it.



  1. I'm in as well, but be aware (I'm sure you already are) of the Glenn Beck connection with "1791" merchandising.
    I'm not saying it's necessarily a bad thing as it would get more people to stumble across our side, but we need to make sure we have considered all possible side effects of using that name.

    1. Mark - that is news to me, can you point me in the right direction? I don't want to step on the man's toes, he's been good to us. Thank you for the heads up!

    2. Thanks, Mark - you saved me some embarrassment. I had no idea he had reached the same point in his thinking that I did. (Remember the same thing happened when the media conflated the Citadel with his community)

      I have no intention of stepping on his toes, he was good to us. So I'll ponder how to adjust - or maybe I'll have HK reach out to his people and see if he has a problem with where we are headed.

      But thanks again - I had no clue.


    3. No problem, glad to help. Again, I wouldn't mind "sharing" the theme with him simply for the publicity, but I agree with you... He has been good to us.
      And whether you (the generic you, not specifically you K) like him or not, the man has power to help or seriously hurt an idea. We step on his toes and he might not be so nice to us next time.


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