Yesterday Chuck Baldwin, the Constitution Party’s 2004 vice presidential candidate, was gazing up into the dark sky, wondering if someone special was looking — just then — at the same little star flickering above him. He sighed:
I am convinced that only a miracle can save America now. And I am expecting God to grant such a miracle. Beyond that, I am willing to do my part to place myself in a position to let God use my voice and my vote to accomplish this miracle. And if that means voting for someone who “has no chance of winning” in order to let God take the glory for whatever victory results, it is the least I can do. So, who will join me?
HAZLETON, Pa. (AP) — Former Republican presidential candidate Alan Keyes announced Tuesday night that he has left the GOP and is considering joining the Constitution Party . . . .
“They’re considering me, I’m considering them,” Keyes said in a conference call late Tuesday night. “We have so much in common that I find it hard to believe we won’t be able to work out a common basis for working together.”
Truly, truly, I say to you: This is good news. And yet I see that Alaska is sorely unprepared for the campaign ahead.