Men abandoning dual party system

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    Meet the fastest growing political party in the US: the nonparty

    'Republican Party, deep trouble:' Powell: The Swamp


    meanwhile

    So as predicted last year the GOP is dogmeat

    The Democratic party is the feminine party

    And Men are gravitating away from both parties and becoming non partisans

    Choose you party wisely
     
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    Of course you mean white men and the reason they are suddenly "Inde" is they don't want to be affiliated with the biggest loser party ever, the Republicans. They don't want to come crawling to the winners either. Poor guys..

    Let them be partyless. Who cares?
     
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    I don't think it's white men. Only 30% of men associate themselves with the dem party.

    And to be partyless is an upgrade.

    To be bound to a party is to be a tool of the political/social engineers who have coopted all of your power and still refuse you any representation whatsoever.

    The dual party system is a ploy to destroy what was left of democracy.
     
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    No, its almost completely white men, men of color would pick Democrat heavily
     
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    perhaps, to a large degree, but the minority population is already higher than 30%, meaning there must be brown folks who are independents or republicans.

    BTW even brown folks are better served by being independent.

    If you are unaffiliated then you are the demographic whose swing votes must be earned. If you are affiliated your electoral power is given away freely.

    Politicals don't have to offer you anything for it except empty rhetoric.
     
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    As nice as a party-less system sounds, it will likely not happen in our lifetimes. The party leaders still have too many blind followers willing to bow to them.
     
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    The Reps used to be the Whigs then re-grouped during the mid 1800s around the slavery issue (they were against it and the Dems were for it). I think another re-group is not out of the question.
     
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    we'd be best off if the parties ungrouped. The dual party system is designed as a means to get the electorate to surrender all of their power to a career political class.

    The more polarized and equally supported the two parties are, the more absolute the surrender of power is.
     
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    Everytime someone says that it continues to remind me how little our country knows its history. The Republicans of the 19th century are the Democrats today and visa versa. Abraham Lincoln, if he was around today, would be considered a far left Liberal as Andrew Jackson would be considered a far right Republican. Learn your history
     

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