What do you get from being a loyal party voter?
US had been declining since the 70s, economy busted in 2008, for Obama yrs we skimmed along the bottom, the wars&terrorism were ongoing.
How did your party benefit the country or the people? When you register with your party, they cash in your vote. You are no longer important for them winning elections. They know to a precise % how you will vote, they know how the other party;s voters will vote. They don't know how independents, and none committed voters will vote.
That is why ind win the elections for the D or R in swing states and why D and R listen to them Primary is a joke.
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