If memory serves me right, the Green Party has always been a party of iconoclasts and freethinkers, a loosely-knit group of idealists who rarely agree on the same things or candidates, but celebrate this variety as the spice of life and the mark of the individual. Anarchists, peace activists, scientists and civil rights warriors, all can claim a share in what the world of politics calls the Green Party in America. Its most famous candidate ever to run for office was never registered as a Green, and yet he fought for their ideas and ideals. My choice for Iron Blogger Green has this in common with the (in)famous Ralph Nader.
R. G. Pratt is a proudly gay country boy from the foothills of the Adirondacks in Northern New York. He prides himself on having learned to respect all people equally, to question rather than to fervently adhere, and to care deeply for Mother Earth and all of Her creatures. He is a registered independent closely aligned with the Green Party and their principles, a perpetual student, and is a Reverend in the Universal Life Church.
Robin, you have answered the call to stand for the Green Party and question the authority and power of the two party system. Your sharp mind and free thinking will be your only weapons as you do battle with those who seek to strike you from the mantle of Iron Blogger.