Do you identify with either major political party?
Do you identify with a particular political party? It seems that many Americans are struggling to identify with the platform and/or actions of either major political party in the current climate. How do you define your political ideology and why?
I identify in some ways with both - however, at this point in time the extremely left wing democrats who call themselves "progressives" are my least favorite persons in the USA. In fact, I dislike the progressives so much I'm pro-republican despite not liking the far right wing folks any at all either.
I identify myself as a Libertarian because I cherish my liberties, personal freedoms and the preservation of the Constitution. But as a firm believer in these things, I also don't go the route of some others that just call themselves Libertarians and then turn around and try to pressure and/or deride others into voting for a certain candidate or position. Such cliquish, high schoolish behavior is one reason I quit the Democrat party some years ago.
I identify more with democrats, but I acknowledge that the two party system is broken and both of the primary parties are corrupted by the influence of money. Most of the time I agree with the causes of democratic politicians, but rarely do their plans go far enough to actually fix problems.
I'm with the constitution party. I believe there should be no political parties. They ruin the government.
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