Friday, October 2, 2009

America’s Independent Party Forming Leelanau County Affiliate

To meet the growing challenge of the usurpation of rights by government, a new political party, America’s Independent Party (AIP) was formed during the run-up to the 2008 election. The first informational meeting of the Leelanau County Caucus of the AIP of Michigan will be held on Thursday October 8, 2009 in the Community Room of the Leelanau County Government Center beginning at 7:00 PM. All meetings of the Leelanau County Caucus are open to all.

Formal affiliation with AIP is not necessary to attend caucus meetings. Personal affiliation with AIP is, however, made without regard to existing party voter registration or allegiance. The AIP affiliation agreement and more information about the AIP, may be found at Information about the local caucus can be obtained from me at:

America’s Independent Party is already the third-largest national party as measured by number of registered voters. Unlike the two larger parties, AIP is a new style “meta party” that believes that a new generation of leaders can be raised up, using a precinct caucus system to choose our candidates. A unique organizational structure plus advanced technology are being used for communication among party members, completely redefining the party system in American Politics.

The signers of the Declaration of Independence agreed that all people are all endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights. But today, not everyone agrees that Americans do have God-given rights that may never be usurped by government. This is a growing challenge to all who want to preserve the blessings of liberty for today and for future generations. AIP was formed to meet that challenge.

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