When was the last presidential election that wasn't forcing voters to choose between the lesser of two evils. Well this year is no exception.
The democrats and the republicans have brought down the US in a decline starting in the 70s. The country is still declining, and the last 7 years didn't help stop the decline.
Remember, it was the experienced professional politicians that ran the country for the last one hundred years, and today is the result. Both parties had various levels of control over the government and yet here we are in a decline.
We have been in wars, almost on a continual basis since WWII, and we lost every single one of them. Winning a war should mean that the issues have been resolved, but what we have seen is a deferment of wars.
Even WWII failed, when you look at Eastern Europe being controlled by the NAZIS at the beginning and the USSR at the end of the war. How is that a win?
Every presidential election has promise after promise by both parties, and yet these promises are hardly ever kept, and new promises are substituted for the unkept ones during reelection.
So, Trump appears to straddle the party lines, and alludes to the possibility of a new political paradigm.
The rest of the candidates for the most part keep playing the same old song. Both parties blame the other party for not saving the US, and bringing prosperity back to the country.
Last year we saw the failure of the three branches of government which the founders thought would protect the people and the country from being taken advantage of by the government.
The president became the de facto legislative branch, the SC became the political de facto congress, and congress came to a stand still, much like rush hour in a large city.
Trump is the only candidate that is broaching, or trying to broach the real issues into the campaign.
And everyone else seems to be funded by third party, and political party interests. That, make no mistake, is intended to buy presidential favors.
People, especially voters should be taking the issues and comparing the positions of the presidential candidate instead of doing the personal attacks. There are many issues that aren't even being broached during the presidential campaign because of the tradition of tossing those fowl smelling Red Herrings into the arena.
These fish have been in every presidential election for the last one hundred years, and they have prevented the voters from discussing the real issues, and not those