Tom Tencredo is a good start. He is more than just a politician, he is also a statesman in the true sense of the word. He isn't a RINO ( Republican in name only ) like Rudy Guilliani, McCain and many others. As far as Barney Frank and his ilk, I find them to be a disgrace to this country and utterly disgusting. I can't even stand to listen to him talk.
RLP, while being an independent conservative, I think it isn't a matter of what party a person is, political parties are a joke and have been for a long time.
We have people in our govt. in both parties that want to change our govt in to a form of a Socialist/Communist govt. and some are honest about it while others are more deceitful of their intentions. We are being sold out and have been for a long time. In fact since before Pres. Lincoln. that is why Lincoln came up with the green back. He saw outside forces so to speak trying to ruin this country. That is why he came up with the idea of the green back. Pres. Wilson screwed us when he allowed the Fed Reserve to be in charge of our money. We have been screwed ever since. Reagan didn't stop it. He was a sell out, just not as much as others before him.
The problem with the govt. is that it needs a true overhaul from the ground up including doing away with the Fed. Reserve. That is why the Constitutionalist party isn't allowed access to higher positions in the govt. It is mainly Dem. and Rep. so that the same powers remain intact. Whether Dem., or Rep., it doesn't matter much, it is all basically the same with a few differences, but they are both parties of elitists that think we are here to serve the whole, as in them and their kingdom. If you don't believe it, look at the govt. and what both sides do, not what they say. How many come out in public and snitch out other politcians when they know about certain situations? None. How many have talked about the true intent of the FTAA Bush signed, started by Sr. Bush and continued by Clinton? Not many. And they were silenced in one way or another.
How many fight for the true sovereignty of the U.S.? Not many and those have a hard time getting re elected and never get into the important security council groups. We have been sold out since the time of Pres. Wilson.