Will the current election create more Libertarians and anarchists?
With many getting fed up with having to choose the lesser of the evils, will this turn many away from the 2 party system all together? Or will people continue voting for people they don't believe in for the sake of the party they are most similar to?
Cannot afford to lose this pbe. Women's reproductive (personal liberty) rights are at stake. Trump has said he will appoint supreme Court justices who will repeal roe v wade. Any vote that helps him is a stake in the coffin of women. Not to mention muslims, immigrants, Palestinians...we are all between freedom and lock down USA. Pals already on lock down. 68 yrs!
The Republican party has seen the rise of the Tea Party, essentially strict Constitutionalists. They aren't in favor of eliminating government but severely cutting it back - which libertarians can agree with, but they are not into the free love, drugs, prostitution side.
On the right, there are anarchists, but the bigger share are those who hate the Democrats catering to big business, the corruption.
The only area of agreement is that both Sanders supporters and the Tea Party have the collusion between big business and big government, where government gives the businesses like Facebook and Boeing favors and those businesses pay them back directly as Clinton Foundation donations or indirectly as lobbyist jobs after terms in government. And in this regard, both sides want to end the crony capitalism.
by SparklingJewel 6 years ago
I am forwarding this....______________________________Tea Party Patriots push back against the liberal media and expose these “Occupy Wall Street” protesters for what they are: America-hating anarchists who want to take their anger out on ordinary, productive citizens.Tea party rallies...
by David Stillwell 3 years ago
Who is responsible for current economic conditions of the United States. Congress or the president?I am interested in your opinions, rants, and factual comments. Have at it people... I value all opinions even if I do not agree with them.
by Doug Hughes 7 years ago
“Today's tight race in New York's 26th Congressional District has become a referendum on the Republican plan to transform Medicare,” the AP writes. “The western New York district is among the most conservative in the state. Nevertheless, the latest poll shows Democrat Kathy Hochul with a...
by Doug Robinson 7 years ago
http://georgedonnelly.com/libertarian/t … sm-america
by ecoggins 5 years ago
Is the Republican party helped or hurt by their role in the 2013 government shutdown?The Republican members of Congress forced a government shutdown due to their objections to The Affordable Care Act (aka ObamaCare). Do you think this action will help or hurt their chances in the 2014 mid-term...
by Thomas Byers 5 years ago
How can any American support the Republican Party???They are out of touch with reality and really don't care about the middle class and poor. We can only hope that the Hispanic people will vote for the Democrats and keep a Republican President out of office any time in the near future. Have you...
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