A Philosophy of the Independent American Party, by Kelly Gneiting
We in the Executive Committee of the Independent American Party are passionate people. We love the gift of life that God has given each of us. We love the life of not only ourselves, but of our families and fellowmen. We see our nation as an extension of our family; and indeed our nation is made up of all our families. Because of this love, we have invested our time, talents, and means on behalf of our children and grandchildren, and your children and grandchildren—for all of us are alike unto God.
We consider it shameful and a mockery to our Forefathers to individually profit in any way from this glorious cause, as others have profited. As Christ has said, “Verily I say unto you, they have their reward.” The reward we seek in this venture is one in which “neither moth nor rust doth corrupt, and where thieves do not break through nor steal.” (see Matthew 6)
It is the belief of this Committee that we have become a nation of dependent individuals. In short, we have looked to others for civil leadership, and have accepted it from those who have compromised greatly in order to put themselves into positions of power.
If you cannot see this dependence, we invite you to study the era of our Founding Fathers, and then compare both the laws of their civilization, and the process to create these laws, to ours. If you do this, you will see the differences.
Specifically, we have become dependent on two philosophies—that of the Republican Party, and Democrat Party. As a people, many of us DO entertain the thought that truth in civil government exists outside these two philosophies, but we DO NOT believe that alternate philosophies will prevail. In a fit of confusion we throw our hands in the air and tell ourselves we’ve been forced to vote for the lesser of two evils.
Doesn’t it bother you that you have become so dependent?
The philosophy of the Independent American Party is that of independence. What is independence? To begin with it is NOT letting the vote of others determine your individual vote. Be honest, are you doing this? Being independent is not letting political parties control your thought process.
Doesn’t it bother you that each election cycle Democrats and Republicans spend billion of dollars, hoping to purchase your vote?
A WAR for INDEPENDENCE was fought 236 years ago, in which our Forefathers bled and died. As Daniel Webster put it:
“They poured out there generous blood like water before they knew whether it would fertilize the land of freedom or bondage.”
By being dependent Americans, you are telling our Fathers that their blood fertilized the land of bondage. You are telling our Fathers that their blood fertilized “the lesser of two evils.”
As Chairman of this Party, I witness to you in all soberness that there will come a day when you will meet our valiant Forefathers face to face, and will have to explain to them the justification of your actions. At that time you will have a full recollection of the blood they spilt, and the sacrifice they endured—all in the hopes that their children will recognize the offered gift, and follow in their footsteps.
Love is invisible. You cannot see it with your physical eyes. Suffering is likewise invisible. Both exist however, and are as real as the invisible God that is the object of our worship as Executive Committee members of this Party.
May God grant unto you the wisdom of Solomon, the heart of David, and the resolve of Job in this cause. The restoration we hope to see in our beloved country begins with you.