We, the people of Louisiana, grateful to Almighty God for the civil, political, economic, and religious liberties we enjoy, and desiring to protect individual rights to life, liberty, and property; afford opportunity for the fullest development of the individual; assure equality of rights; promote the health, safety, education, and welfare of the people; maintain a representative and orderly government; ensure domestic tranquility; provide for the common defense; and secure the blessings of freedom and justice to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this constitution." -Preamble to the Constitution of the State of Louisiana.
The constitutional conservatives of The Great State of Louisiana believe that our journey as citizens has reached a crucial cross roads. The idea at the founding of our republic was that we could trust our elected officials to do our bidding at the State Capitol and to do it well; always keeping in mind the citizens, whom they represent. It appears, however, that our legislators and other elected officials no longer care whether they do well by us or our constitution. They have continually passed and enacted legislation, which is either unconstitutional or counter to individual liberty. We see our duty as being the expulsion of these foul politicians and a return to sound, limited government as envisioned by the founders of this country and our state.
As constitutional conservatives we believe it is our duty to call out the liars, thieves and parasites involved in the detriment of our great state. We believe our state suffers greatly, both fiscally and socially, at the hands of these tyrants. Whether they be in the legislature, or the governor himself, our aim is to declare them for what they are. The only thing we ask in return is the opening of your mind to our cause, the opening of your eyes to their deeds and the opening of your heart to Liberty.
“Every eye in the U.S. is now fixed on this affair of Louisiana. Perhaps nothing since the revolutionary war has produced more uneasy sensations through the body of the nation.” -Thomas Jefferson