What is more democratic, a parliament composed by elected individuals or individuals representing elected political parties?
Political parties are just the means by which our masters circumvent democracy to keep control.
There is very little difference. Political parties evolved when members of parliament started to band together to represent certain policies. It was a natural form of political evolution. It would be an idea to have more free votes, but if we want stable government we must have parrties.
I may be wrong, but I think it is Nebraska that has no political party system in its government. hmmm, I think I need to revisit that to be sure.
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