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With the gridlock and finger pointing from both sides of the isle and the ensuing bickering and posturing, has the current congress a chance to help the American People?
What could change this and how can we go about making this government work for us?
I agree but how do you get the slime to vote against their own longevity? Referendum?
Believe it or not many Generation Y dont see any Democracy in America at all...its just a nice word to throw around.
Two solutions 1. Throw out all Incumbents they all feel no sense of accountability to their constituents .2 Get rid of all Lobbyists !
I do not care which party they are from any more all Integrity Is gone on Capitol Hill !!!
We really need a third party !!!
I think that would be a great start. How do we get the slime out?
By ballot and hopefully the Idiots who keep reelecting these carpetbaggers are starting to pay attention !
They will keep electing their idiots, voting for the other guy seems way too hard for some people.
I love it when we agree A Texan. The system is too corrupt to cleanse itself in the state it is in right now. The divide is too deep and the animosity too bitter.
It would take a tremendous groundswell of support from this divided population to effect that kind of change.
Is it still possible to enact a Continental Congress to make effective laws governing special interests, earmark funding, campaign financing and political favor?
I hope so and I would like to hear some ideas as to how we the people could accomplish this.
Read Plato, he said everything two thousand years ago, and nothing changed since.
by rhamson8 years ago
Sometimes it seems that with the two party systeem there is a gang or mob mentality. Whether you are on one side of the fence or the other with party backed candidates like Sarah Palin or extreme leftist...
by Ralph Schwartz6 months ago
I've read countless numbers of threads about partisan political talking points over the years. They range from abortion, gun control, immigration, social justice, healthcare, protected classes of people, voting...
by sannyasinman4 years ago
This report says” American democracy is a sham, no matter how much it’s pumped by the oligarchs who run the country (and who control the nation’s “news” media). The U.S., in other words, is basically similar...
by Johnathan L Groom6 years ago
I am not sure, but I think it is possible.
by Tj Mazz2 years ago
Who would be in favor of getting rid of the two political party system?Just wondering how many people who are content with the current political system , regardless of party affiliation!
by dutchman19517 years ago
Is it possible?Look at Becks rally today; A Christian Party (The TEA Party Re-made) vs A Progressive Party (Democrats Re-made) vs Liberal Party (Repiblican Capitalists Re-made)..?I wounder...
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