Discussion in 'Politics' started by BenMarbleMD, Jan 20, 2011.
That question infers that voters are not in control of their own government and people into politics REFUSE to acknowledge that.
Surely there are 100 democrats & 100 republicans here? No....
Surely there are 10 democrats & 10 republicans here? No....
Surely there is at least 1 democrat & 1 republican here or is this message board the internet equivalent of Sodom & Gomorrha?
Nope, just an asswipe claiming to be a doctor. Don't look back, you'll turn into a pillar of bacon.
What do you admit ban?
My thinking about this question is that it will lead to support of third party.
America is NOT going there.
Im a Republican and I support them as long as they comply with policies and laws I like. If not, then I oppose them.
The implication of the question is valid.
Loyalty to either of these two parties is self-defeating in that, with very few exceptions, both the Congress and the Senate are inhabited by deceitful, self-serving parasites whose power and influence are for sale and who haven't the slightest interest in what is best for the Nation or for the constituents who voted for them.
Also, the two party system itself is counterproductive in that it facilitates a level of divisive partisan hostility that hasn't existed in this Country since the decade before the Civil War.
That is a very clever avatar, and I wonder who designed it?
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