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July 21, 2006

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Chapman For President 08

Freedom of Religion

Gene Chapman
P.O. Box 295545
Lewisville, TX 75029
972-872-0784
genechapman
@hotmail.com

Friday, July 21, 2006

Gene Chapman Platform For Running For Libertarian, Constitution, And Southern Party Presidential Nomination

A) Right to keep and bear arms to be as common as the right to breathe oxygen.

B) To protect 1st Amendment Religious Liberty, abolish all ten planks of “The Communist Manifesto” and associated communist activities.

Re: “But Commuinsm abolishes eternal truths, it abolishes all religion and all morality” (“The Communist Manifesto,” p. 242, Penguin Classics Edition).

Ten Planks of “The Communist Manifesto”:
1. Property taxes and Eminent Domain Laws.
2. Income Taxes.
3. Inheritance Taxes.
4. Confiscation of Property from Emigrants and Those The Government Dislikes.
5. Federal Reserve Banking to Empower Deficit Spending.
6. FCC and Interstate Commerce Commission.
7. Farm Controls.
8. WPA, CCC and Peace Corps.
9. Population Control Laws.
10. Secular Public Schools.

C) Right to life of the unborn child to be the same as any other human life in America.

D) Right to die with dignity at one’s own choosing protected.

E) Abolish state sanctioned marriage, making gay marriage a moot issue, while putting marriage back into the hands of the individual, church and God where it belongs.

F) Shut down all state camera and GPS chip monitoring of our people; highways, street corners, etc., as a matter of personal liberty.

G) Break down barriers between Libertarian, Constitution and Southern Parties for cross support of pro-constitution candidates and possible unification, while working to educate Socialism out of the Democrates, Republicans and Green Party.

H) Tear down substantial sections of Bureau of Land Management fencing and build bike paths and walkways throughout America so the people may enjoy their country again and travel more freely.

I) Appoint a White House Commission to examine the “9/11 Controlled Demolition Evidence,” as such prominent credentialed experts/ professors are now demanding this attention. (MIT Doctoral Candidate Rick Raijter: Campaign’s “9/11 Advisor”).

J) Do away with the Death Penalty and replace it with the removal of all body parts involved in the commission of a violent crime, releasing the person back into society once healed.

K) Place Illegal Immigration under the control of local sherriff’s, and fund them. Invite Mexico and Canada into the union if they like, then impose a one year county jail term on illegal aliens, picking up trash on our highways before deportation.

L) To restore benevolence functions to the church and the individual where it belongs and stop state control of our personal lives, shut down all Social Security Administration activities, returning all monies paid in plus 10% compounded interest.

M) The King Solomon Solution: As King Solomon proposed the division of the item in dispute between two people while allowing neither the upper hand, so I propose that the international community buy out the Jews and Palestinians and move their land on barges to opposite ends of the earth to shut down the conflict. This will allow a two state solution at a distance. It is the only solution short of unending war between the parties that does not seem to me to violate the religions of any party.

N) As a matter of improved highway safety and transportation utilization, lower all highway grades by 2%; increase 14 hour rule trucking violation fines to $3,000 for each day, to be split between the driver, the trucking company and the shipper evenly.

O) Abolish voluuntary servitude coersion by the U. S. Government by passing the Slave Freedom Amendment.

Gene Chapman

About Gene Chapman

Gene Chapman has been a tireless advocate of individual rights for many years.

Gene was featured at givemeliberty.org on May 20, 2003 while doing a death fast in front of the IRS building in Ausin, Texas.

Wednesday, July 19, 2006

Gene Chapman Announces Bid For Presidency

Gene Chapman announced today that he would seek the nomination for President from the Libertarian Party, Constitution Party, and Southern Party.

Stay tuned for more news here at this blog as it develops.

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