Life, Liberty, Limited Government
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Every CPO Candidate and any candidate that the CPO indorses must sign and abide by Our Candidates Seven Principle Pledge. As stated below:
We the citizens of the Constitution Party of Oregon believe that there are seven fundamental principles which must not be compromised, and which are necessary for the preservation and future of these United States:
We believe in Divine Providence and recognize our Creator as the author of human life. Thus, we believe in the absolute sanctity of human life.
The first duty of civil government is the protection of innocent human life from conception until natural death, no exceptions. When government sanctions abortion, then all lives are at risk.
Far from granting license to 'do whatever we want', true liberty comes from God and real freedom is born of self-government. With James Madison, we assert the precious American ideal which set our country apart from other nations...
"We have staked the whole future of American Civilization, not upon the power of government, far from it. We have staked the whole future ...upon the capacity of each of us to govern ourselves, according to the ten commandments of God."
Our Creator set in place the family as the first divinely instituted form of government.
It is the duty of civil government to recognize and protect the authority of the family unit.
When the state usurps the family's authority, the hearts of the children are turned to the state, rather than to the fathers. Such socialist actions deny the created order and harm our communities.
We believe that the right of individuals to own and steward their property is God given; established in such commandments as "Thou shalt not steal." and "Thou shalt not covet."
We encourage private generosity, but oppose the forced transfer of one's wealth to others by the state.
We believe that loss of 'external' property rights leads to the loss of 'internal' rights of personal conscience. It was James Madison who said, " Conscience is the most sacred of all property."
In these United States, our Constitution established a representative federal republic - which represents the sovereignty of the people under God over the state.
Our founders purposed that the Constitution would uphold those ideals expressed in our Declaration of Independence, as the law of the land, and limit the power and scope of the federal government.
Our desire is to return the federal government to its constitutional boundaries.
The 10th Amendment, in our Bill of Rights, strictly limits the federal government to those jurisdictions specifically stated within the Constitution.
As a principle, our founders sought to ensure the duties of civil government always be performed at the lowest possible level. Local elected officials and clerks are more directly accountable to the people.
We are firmly committed to the protection of our borders, our trade and our common defense. We believe that America is to be the friend of liberty everywhere, but the guarantor and provisioner of ours alone.
We oppose membership in the United Nations and any other treaty or affiliation that attempts to assert authority over our Constitution or bypass our sovereign citizens' constitutionally elected representatives.
Did You Know the CFR has been working toward the "One World" Socialist-Communist Government since 1921?
The Councils on Foreign Relations (CFR) have active members running and winning political offices in both Democrat and Republican parties. Including the office of the President of the United States. The early CFR members were Republicans Eisenhower and Nixon, as were Democrats Stevenson, Kennedy, Humphrey and McGovern. Presidential candidates for decades have been CFR members as has most of the Federal, State and even county and city candidates are. Is this a problem? Do we have a choice? Yes, as Howard Phillips said in 2004 about our Presidential candidate, "If you don't vote for what you believe, you'll never get what you want. Stop wasting your vote on people who don't believe what you believe. Vote Constitution Party . . . "
Do you like what we have now? Is it a better country? Do you still believe your party's
promises? Where will it end, and when? Has your vote meant anything? Have you quit voting?
Are you about to give up? Please Don't. Your country needs you, now more than ever, so does
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