Neither - "we the people" on the other hand are seeing the light and exposing the real issues. I think that by having non establishment voices being heard the loudest, that we just may luck out and turn things on a better path. I think it will take another election cycle before the real "solver" emerges.
I agree with Ralph Schwartz's comment it is right on, I have no confidence in any candidate to handle the issues, and reverse the direction the country has been headed for far too long now.
Only Trump is talking about China's most favored nation status needing to be rescinded, and redrafting or terminating NAFTA and CAFTA, these are the actions that would turn everything around for this nation, and ONLY these actions can turn things around and bring quality jobs back to America, and revitalize its industry, and make it competitive again.
Romney talked about doing this and more the last election, and he had the intelligence and experience to probably pull it off. Trump I don't believe does, and no other politician has the mindset to even try to tackle these issues certainly not Clinton or Bush who are knee deep in creating these issues to begin with.
Sanders voted against NAFTA and CAFTA and against most favored status for China and wants to get rid of all of them.
Bernie Sanders is anything but a solution - Social Democracy is not the answer
Neither, and until we realize that the two-party system is a scam, there won't be any solutions. Almost all of our politicians on both sides have accepted the kind of campaign donations that make it impossible for them to represent the interests of their constituents over their donors. Until campaign finance reform is passed, the idea of choice between sides or even individual candidates is an illusion.
by ahorseback 13 days ago
Absolute political paranoia has somehow evolved into the very DNA of the democratic Party? How long can the democratic party be so stagnant in social advancements , the naysaying of cultural advancements is so damning as to demonstrably show democratic party as...
by bradmasterOCcal 2 years ago
What do you expect from your political party in 2017?
by ptosis 12 months ago
seriously - I'm not, I'm indie leaning Dem but it's so dysfunctional.Tend to agree with this article: Party elders say it’s no time to squabble. They always say that. The specter of an emotionally arrested, proto-fascist fraud in the White House adds force to their argument, but ducking debate is...
by JeniferD 8 years ago
Yeah, this one's a real zinger. I know everybody has their own ideas about the most ideal political party and it would be theirs. My ideal party name? The Kegger Nationalist Party, or KNP!Hey, who wouldn't like a political party that likes a good beer?
by Catherine Mostly 9 months ago
#ProtestTheVote – A protest by the American public against the way the two main political parties have continued to deflect their responsibilities toward serving We the People while attempting to manipulate, blame & condemn instead of researching, discussing & solving America’s...
by Jimbo'daNimbo 10 months ago
We have two major political parties that would seem to stop at nothing to get or keep power. This was highlighted to me when my son and I went to see The Campaign. Who do you feel is the least scrupulous? Please try and be non-partisan here(joke of the day).
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