PLYMCO_PILGRIM wrote:The 2 party system only serves as a tool for those in govt with power to keep us divided as citizens. Divide and conquor, oldest strategy ever.
True enough. I would love to see some other parties get taken seriously. I thought that perhaps the Libertarians had a chance a breaking the 10% mark last election, but I think Gary Johnson only ended up getting about 1%, which sadly is a third party record.
That old adage that voting for a third party is throwing your vote away has always annoyed me. I like to believe that it is only true if people believe it. Unless a candidate for extraordinary quality winds up coming out of a major party, I think I'm just gonna vote third party from now on.
Glad I never voted for anyone well I voted for Romney but hey whatever..
You said before that you voted for Bush, then no one ever again, and now this... so, which is it? I am seriously confused here.
I think this is a great start to his political career
Yeah, popular votes don't really mean much. It's the electorial votes that matter in electing
a President. And who is to say the electorial college is being fair, after all, there are way
too many cronies in the goverment with there own agendas. It's sad that the electorial
college members can actually vote for whomever they want. When I found this out I haven't
voted since. People can decide for themselves I guess.
Liberal news: Bush did it and if you don't agree you're a racist.
Conservative news: Major tornado hits, it was probably Obama's secret army that can control the weather, also not ruleing out ties with the cobra commnader
Me: "Screw this..." *turns on Ps3*