We should name a third party! We have Republican, and Democrat. I say name it the UNITY party.
We actually need just that.a party that can come together in unity and get things accomplished and forget about grudges and hidden agendas. Our politicians are getting away from what our forefathers meant for them to be. They are no longer representing us. They are doing what they want to to to get things accomplished for themselves and other finacially supporting parties.
There is a third party, it's called the independent party! In fact, there's a whole bunch of parties and if you can get some politicians or just lobby I'm sure you can create your own political party!
Yes, I know there is the independant party, but I see that party as a party that most people use when they don't like or won't admit to liking the candidates running for office. It's actually been like a copout party to me. There are too many variables in the independant candidates political views ussually also. It seems as though they pick the worst of the other 2 parties and run thier ballots on those issues....and this still leaves the people out of it in the long run, Thats why they never win, they aren't running on thier own(or the peoples) issues! As impossible as it may seem, we need a uified party who is business minded with experience in real life issues, and non corrupt in the political arena on issues. Actually, I wrote in a hub about it, but we need someone who has had to draw unemployment, and worked for minimumwage, and tried to support a family while doing so. THAT CANDIDATE WOULD DEFINETELY HAVE DIFFERENT VIEWS AND ANSWERS IN A DEBATE,
We have to know what the hidden agendas are first: The Democratic Party hidden agenda is to hold onto power at all costs and to only support the will of campaign contributors. The Republican agenda is to crush the middle class and poor at all costs, help the rich and the corporate contributors through military hegemony; and to do this regardless of who else contributes to their campaigns. That said, I want a party that wants to stay out of wars, reduce national security (which is killing our country), and decrease taxes.
by Thomas Byers 6 years ago
As a American Veteran I used to support the Democrat Party but over time I changed to the Republican Party. But I have always been the type of person to really investigate and as I began to check into what both parties were saying I began to realize that both parties are lying to the American...
by Nicole Pellegrini 2 years ago
Is a vote for a third party candidate a "wasted vote"? Would you vote third-party for US President?Most people when discussing US presidential elections only talk about Democratic and Republican candidates. But what of the 3rd party candidates who might better reflect certain peoples'...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 3 years ago
Do you contend that politics is a game and that the average politician whether Republican orDemocrat cares nothing at all about his/her constituents but only his/her self-aggrandizement, celebrity, and next career move?
by Margaret Perrottet 5 years ago
How can we get a strong third pary in the U.S.A?Many people want the United States to have a strong third party, but are unwilling to vote for a third party. They feel that their vote would be thrown away and/or that it would take away votes from their preferred candidate running as a Democrat or...
by Thomas Byers 6 years ago
Do You Really Think Of The Tea Party As A Real Third Party?I don't think of the tea party as a true third party. It's just the more radical part of the Republican Party. People like Sara Palin are dumber than dirt and don't impress me. Remember her statement that you can see Russia from Alaska. I...
by ptosis 24 months ago
If Trump & Clinton are so despised then why not vote third party?The Founding Fathers were vehemently against a national party (faction) system, especially a two-party model. 2016 3rd party Prez candidates; Darrell Castle, Gary Johnson, Chris Keniston and Jill Stein. Sanders...
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