My Resignation from the Democratic Party
An Open Letter to the Democratic Party
To my beloved Democratic Party,
It is with the deepest sadness that I am communicating today. After the watching the more conservative elements of our party shoot down platform positions that would have single handedly won election 2000 for us and to watch as these same elements mishandled the vote count in Florida, then not crying from the roof tops for the impeachment of the five supreme court justices for committing the highest criminal act that a democracy could suffer and at present allowing this criminal conspiracy in the White House to dupe us into their OIL PIPELINE WAR in Afghanistan by allowing the terrorists to attack our nation after being fully warned prior to the 9/11 attacks from a wide variety of reliable sources, I have no choice but to resign from all of my activities within the Democratic Party.
I can not campaign for politicians, that will not, at a maximum risk their careers to stand up against the criminals that have completely removed what remaining credibility we had as a nation from the minds of the entire world inside and outside America's borders. In reality, we no longer live within an effective democracy and can no longer say that the Constitution of the United States is being fulfilled as a living and breathing document. It has been mortally wounded and lay on the emergency table of democracy in front you, for you to save, or to allow to pass into oblivion.
The United States has effectively become a military dictatorship with a mere window dressing of democracy. This is unacceptable to myself and to the immortal soul of the Constitution of the United States of America.
It is my hope that the elected leaders of the Democratic Party can find the courage to rise up against the opinion polls and draw myself and the vast majority of the American people that do not and will not participate in the Democratic process back into the great arms of a Democracy by putting up a spirited fight to save the life of the Constitution of the United States of America.
My journey with the Democratic Party began in 1992 with full time campaigning for Bill Clinton and Al Gore, to 1994 for Senator Ted Kennedy, to 1996 for Senator John Kerry and again for Bill And Al, to 1998 for Massachusetts Attorney General Scott Harshbarger's bid for Governor, to Hillary Clinton's run for the Senator from New York in 2000 and to Senator John Kerry's reelection in 2002. I have contributed significant funds to democratic party candidates considering my station in life and feel I have created a political legacy for the children I have raised here in America. I do not regret for one moment my participation in the Democratic Party but what do I tell my children, now that they are grown adults, when I attempt to explain my political party's response to the blatant abuses of the illegitimate government of George W. Bush. I thank you all for the years of political kinship that I will always hold close to my heart.
With the Utmost Respect
Lloyd James Hart