What is more democratic, a parliament composed by elected individuals or individuals representing elected political parties?
Political parties are just the means by which our masters circumvent democracy to keep control.
There is very little difference. Political parties evolved when members of parliament started to band together to represent certain policies. It was a natural form of political evolution. It would be an idea to have more free votes, but if we want stable government we must have parrties.
I may be wrong, but I think it is Nebraska that has no political party system in its government. hmmm, I think I need to revisit that to be sure.
by Origin6 years ago
I thought about this years back, because it seems like a lot of people vote for whatever their political party is voting for, even though they may not entirely agree with it. What's your thoughts? Do you think if...
by Daniel Loves6 years ago
what made you choose the political party you joined?it doesn't have to be democrat or republican.any party: socialist, green, populist, libertarian, reform. dont hold back
by GA Anderson6 months ago
After seeing a couple comments that appear to say our Founding Fathers understood the brilliance of ideological parties , (political parties), implying, (at least to me), they thought political parties were a good idea,...
by leeberttea6 years ago
I really don't understand how anyone can trust government. It is in their interest to deceive, to appear to be successful at all of their endeavours, and to redirect blame away from them. I suppose that is why there are...
by Sychophantastic2 years ago
...how do we solve our current state of political gridlock, disinterest, and the lack of confidence the American people have in our political system?
by SparklingJewel7 years ago
There is much talk of the formation of a third political party based on the tea party movement. In Florida, a Democratic operative with absolutely no connection to the tea party movement has filed papers to form a third...
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