Virgil Goode is going to address the Constitution Party's National Convention in June, where he is a rumored presidential nominee (don't bet on it). In order to introduce Goode, I guess, several sites are offering his current stances on the issues (here and here). Immigration, naturally if you knew his platform last year, tops his list, and he still scapegoats "anchor babies." He also talks taxes, trade, education, international relations, and that biggie, the North American Union. Read them. It's good times.
What suprises me is that his stances have remained the same. Like, last year's loss had nothing to do with his out-of-touch positions.