The plan developed by the Constitutionalist's Networking Center is summarized on the www.thecnc.org web site. It is located on the "recent articles" list near the bottom of the list. Should the AFA group decide to develop a position paper on the issues they want addressed and how a good place to start would be to review the "Call to Action" issued by the late Governor Mecham and the late General Ray Davis; both outstanding patriots who understood the need for people to come together via a plan. Have a blessed and productive day.
Patricia: It was a committed group that developed the plan summarized on the www.thecnc.org web site. The group consisted of the late Gov. Ev Mecham, Sen. Don Rogers of CA, retired Judge JJ Boesel, Jim Thomas (former publisher of Media ByPass magazine), Dr. Greg Dixon, the late General Ray Davis (former Commandant USMC), and others.
I wish there was a way to convince people of the need to develop or adopt a plan as I'm a staunch believer in the adage that a failure to plan is a plan to fail. And failure has been the hallmark of a lot of well meaning but misguided people over the years. The plan that's been used has been to continue to alternate between one of the two legs of the two party tyranny; the very definition of insanity. I'd like to think AFA has access to the talent needed to provide a communications system that would permit people to rally around and implement a viable plan through which unity on actions of mutual interest could be enjoyed while assuring everyone involved could retain their freedom to pursue their special interest but it hasn't happened and I don't know how to convince the "powers that be" within AFA of the need or inspire them to do so.
Perhaps a meeting between a few key people would produce results. Unfortunately, I don't know the PTB in AFA so don't know where to start.
Patricia: You are welcome to use anything and everything I post. You might also find some information on www.thecnc.org interesting. If you have questions feel free to call me at785-766-3045 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.