We're being ruled by communists....
Kate Turnbow touched on a story thig morning that's been reported on in the blogosphere before. In the Pierre Capitol Journal she let everyone know what's coming up next from Bill Stegmeier and his friends in the JAIL movement:
A Texan seeking a 2008 presidential nomination has his eye on South Dakota to propose a ballot measure he calls the "American Anti-Communist Act."Read it all here.
Gene Chapman labels himself a "hard core anti-communist," and he is seeking the Libertarian, Constitution, Ten Southern Parties and Boston Tea Party presidential nomination for 2008.
"It's called the Abolitionist Alliance, meaning the legal end of slavery," Chapman said. "Scholars tell us that slavery is the taxation of labor, taxation of property and the counting of people like cattle for the purpose of controlling labor and property."
In regard to the state or states chosen to try to pass Chapman's anti-Communist Act, he said that right now he is looking at all states that allow ballot initiatives and that he hasn't narrowed the field much beyond that.
But he has made a proposal to friend, and Amendment E sponsor, Bill Stegmeier to help him pass his anti-communist act here in South Dakota.
"Bill hasn't become involved in it yet, but this needs to be a ballot initiative because it's hard to get things passed through what I believe are communist aggressors in the Democrat and Republican parties," said Chapman.
Stegmeier said that right now he doesn't know anything about the anti-communist act and that he won't consider putting any other amendments on the ballot until after the election.
Stegmeier also told the story of how he met Chapman on the steps of the IRS office in Austin, Texas.
"I met him through an organization called 'We the People'. He was doing a hunger fast, sitting on the steps of the IRS building and he was going to fast himself to death until they met some kind of terms. Next thing you know we were on the phone together and he had heard about some of the things I was doing," Stegmeier said.