From: The Kansas City Star
Convening its national convention in Kansas City today, the Constitution Party picked radio talk-show host Chuck Baldwin over former Ambassador Alan Keyes as its 2008 presidential candidate.
The pick was seen as something of an upset, given Keyes’ higher national profile. …
In his acceptance speech, Baldwin said his presidency would result in the ending of illegal immigration, abortion, the streamlining of the federal government, the tapping of oil reserves in Alaska and withdrawal from Iraq.
“We will stop the international meddling…this international empire-building,” Baldwin said.
When he takes office, Baldwin said, “The new world order comes crashing down!”
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Barack Obama’s outspoken pastor, Rev. Jeremiah Wright Jr., defended his statements accusing the U.S. government of deliberately engineering the AIDS virus as a means of genocide during a National Press Club appearance yesterday by citing the documented history of the U.S. government’s involvement in biological warfare operations against innocent people.
Asked if he stood behind previous statements about the U.S. government deliberately creating AIDS as a means of genocide against black people, Wright responded, “”Have you read Horowitz’ book – Emerging Viruses – AIDS and Ebola?”
“Have you read Medical Apartheid,” continues Wright as he is heckled from the floor.
But when Wright starts to list documented examples of how the U.S. government had been complicit in biological warfare operations against innocent people, the reaction was noticeably mute.
“Love is not a matter of what happens in life.
It’s a matter of what’s happening in your heart.”
– Ken Keyes