Is the two-party system in the United States obsolete and harmful?
Do you feel you have enough choices when you vote in the main elections each year? Is the two-party system serving voters the way it should?
The two party system is what we are stuck with as long as we have the Electoral college. Get rid of the EC and we a third party would have a chance. That would make the elections more fair, at least in my opinion. Greg.
The two party system allows you to have two major opposing parties and avoids the constant shifting alliances and coalitions of the parliamentary system.
by William Johnson 3 years ago
Do you think we need more than two major political parties in the USA?Do you think the country would be better with more parties represented on a bigger scale?
by rhamson 8 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 politicians like Al Franken there seems to be a blind following such as you have with the...
by Ralph Schwartz 11 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 rights, and national defense; just off the top of my head. About half of...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 5 years ago
Do you believe that the Republican Party in the United States is going tobecome ever more right-wing and reactionary in response to the increasing liberalization of the Democratic Party?
by Johnathan L Groom 7 years ago
I am not sure, but I think it is possible.
by Tj Mazz 2 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!
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