Abolish the political parties within the government

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    It is time that we as Americans put an end to the prosperity of malicious political parties. Political parties tend to serve only the interests of those who are associated to that party, and neglect the needs of those who are of a different party. It is time now to revolutionize the government to where all members of the government work to create a better America for ALL of its citizens. The division of Republican or Democrat does nothing but impede our country of being the absolute best it could be. I think the point here is that people need to change and choose not to affiliate themselves with a party, candidates first and voters second. The only voice elected official should have is the voice that we give them, they're supposed to speak for us. If they are speaking for themselves on their own opinions and beliefs then they are doing their job wrong and we are allowing them to do their job incorrectly. When elected officials stop listening to the people and only listened to the voice of their party we all suffer. Not to mention that maintaining the status quo simply because it is the status quo will leave us unable to ever fix something that's broken again.

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    I had a thread on this website about the two party system, You don't actually have to vote for a Republican or a Democrat.

    N yes I think the whole party system should be illegalized and I think lobbing should be to.
     
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    But the point is, too many people do vote republican or democrat. If that were taken out of the government, then people would have to vote for the best candidate and not who is in their party.
     
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    You guys should know that your 'Pissing in the Wind' campaign is unlikely to go anywhere as long as we have the Bill of Rights.
     
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    Yes and you don't have to be rich to run for president though it does seem to help them. LOL

    The problem would be getting people to stop repeating their past mistakes.
    Do you think a Republican and Democrat run congress would allow a bill to get passed that would strip them of some of their power and identity?
    I don't think so, first we all would have to ban together and vote for people who would pass a law that would outlaw it.
     
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    You can't outlaw the Constitution, professor.
     
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    Congress does it all the time they did it with the Patriot Act!
     
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    You're hysterical and irrelevant
     
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    nothing in the constitution mentions the creation of political parties. Some important figures during our founding warned the American people against forming political parties.. I think they had a very good point.
     
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    They can invade privacy all they want you don't think that infringes upon your rights?
     

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