Patriot Party

There have been several groups called the Patriot Party, the Patriotic Party, or similar:

  • Aruban Patriotic Party
  • British Columbia Patriot Party, in Canada
  • Parti patriote, in Canada
  • New Patriotic Party, in Ghana
  • Patriotic Party (Guatemala), in Guatemala
  • Patriotic Renovation Party, in Honduras
  • Patriot Party (Indonesia)
  • Irish Patriot Party
  • National Patriotic Party, in Liberia
  • Patriots (faction), in the Netherlands
  • New Zealand Patriot Party
  • Patriotic Party, in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth (1788-1792)
  • Patriotic Party of Pridnestrovie, in Transnistria
  • Patriot Whigs, in the United Kingdom (1725)
  • Patriotic Party (UK) (1964)
  • Patriot Party (1960s-1980s), in the United States
  • White Patriot Party, in the United States (1987)
  • The Patriot Party in the United States (1994) was a short-lived precursor to the Reform Party (United States) made up largely of former New Alliance Party members

Other articles related to "patriot party, patriot, party":

Patriot Party (Indonesia)
... Politics of Indonesia Political parties Elections The Patriot Party (Indonesian Partai Patriot) is a political party in Indonesia ... It was established as the Pancasila Patriot's Party as a result of a deliberations at the sixth national conference of the Pancasila Youth (Indonesian Pemuda Pancasila) organization in 1996 ... decided the time was right to establish a political party, and it was declared on 1 June 2001, the anniversary of Sukarno's Pancasila speech ...

Famous quotes containing the words party and/or patriot:

    Neither party expected for the war, the magnitude, or the duration, which it has already attained. Neither anticipated that the cause of the conflict might cease with, or even before, the conflict itself should cease.
    Abraham Lincoln (1809–1865)

    “My country, right or wrong” is a thing that no patriot would think of saying except in a desperate case. It is like saying “My mother, drunk or sober.”
    Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1874–1936)