In his remarks, Michael, the national Constitution Party candidate for President in 2004, called for “true Constitutional government in Maryland.” He contrasted the pagan view of government with the Biblical view. The former, he pointed out, is based on evolution, teaches and believes: The State is divine; State authority is unlimited. This leads to worship of the State and results in tyranny.
Whereas, the Biblical (Constitutional) view of government, based on Creation, is that: The State (civil government) is divinely ordained and under God; State authority is limited (by God). This leads to patriotism and a republic (small “r”), a republican (small “r”) form of government.
Michael emphasized that there is no need to “overturn” the Supreme Court’s pro-abortion Roe vs. Wade decision because it is not the law. And it is not the “law” because only Congress can legislate. He also discussed other parts of the U.S. Constitution.
Michael can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other speakers at this meeting were: Eric Knowles, 2010 Constitution Party of Maryland Gubernatorial candidate who spoke about his experience running for office and how grateful he was to have the opportunity to do so. His email address is email@example.com.
Also speaking was Richard Shawver, 2010 Constitution Party of Maryland Senate candidate, who is looking forward to running for incumbent Senator Ben Cardin’s seat in 2012. His email address is firstname.lastname@example.org