Is the U.S. Tea Party an adequate representation of a viable American independent party? Who is???
No, In the view of this individual. The political views are much more reactionary in nature. The fallacy exists in the notion that the tea party wants to limit government by the constucts of the American political process. The system is set up for a two party system. The establishment of a viable third party in American politics is more dangerous to the two party system than anything short of; possible Extra-Terrestrial invasion?
No where in the Constitution does it require the establishment of political parties. If banning gang-activity is legal, why not ban political parties.
by Don Bobbitt 6 years ago
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by Catherine Mostly 20 months ago
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by Doug Hughes 7 years ago
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by Thomas Byers 7 years ago
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