We’ve blogged about the Constitution Party as an option for conservatives who cannot abide either Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton. It has been around since 1992. The party’s presidential nominee is Vietnam Veteran and attorney Darrell Castle and his running-mate is businessman and academic Scott Bradley. They are on the ballot in only 12 states.
Consider the party’s Platform and Seven Principles, given after the jump. How are these folks like Trump and how are they different? Would you be for them if they had any chance of winning?
HT: John Frahm