Can an independent 3rd party movement ever gain any traction on a national level?
And if I've missed it - who are it's leader(s)?
Not until the system of electing people changes to one of "proportional representation". Voting in North America is a joke ... a bad joke too.
My Dear Sweet Friends,
See the FREE DAY REVOLUTIONARY MOVEMENT, and ye shall see the one true possibility of a viable third party movement. The MOVEMENT is in its infancy, however, it is more powerful than both political parties combined.
by Ken R. Abell7 years ago
Is the Tea Party movement good or bad for the Republicans in this election cycle?
by Linda Crist5 years ago
Do you visit or correspond with your elected officials regarding issues that you care about?If not, why not?
by Doug Hughes6 years ago
This is from the most recent poll from Pew Research."As the Tea Party has evolved from a grass-roots movement to become a major force on Capitol Hill, public views of the Tea Party have grown more negative... The...
by Susan Reid6 years ago
I read about this yesterday and must admit, I felt optimistic for the first time in a long time.Anyone else think a centrist candidate outside the 2-party system, nominated by the PEOPLE, is a smart idea?Why or why...
by rhamson7 years ago
Whether it is perceived as a arm of the right wing or an angry leaderless mob, can the Tea Partiers gather a solid base and agenda to adequately achieve any change or is the damage already done to defeat its' purpose?
by ahorseback5 years ago
The only political change that can happen in America ,Can only happen on the grass roots -BUT on the national level ! It has to be a grass roots change in how we do this , each state acting on its own in any issue ...
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