I'll try to be brief:
Some people are saying the Republican Party, as we know it, is dead, as evidenced by Trump's rise to prominence. Some people are saying the Democrat
Party, as we know it, is dead, as evidenced by the DNC's refusal to support Sanders. Some people are saying the Libertarian's time has finally come,
and are going all-in on Gary Johnson.
Four years from now, the Republican Party will still be controlled by the same central cast of characters and little, if anything, will have changed.
Four years from now, the Democrat Party will still be controlled by the same central cast of characters and little, if anything, will have changed.
Four years from now, the Libertarians will still be bitching about the unfairness of third-party politics in America from the obscurity of their
And everyone will be hashing out the same old arguments again. And again. Debating the same s#, the same way, again. And again. And again.
Go back and look at the political forums from four or eight years ago. Take a good look:
Little, if anything, has changed. The issues are the same. The arguments are the same. Even the deflection tactics by the opposition are the same. The
dialogue is the exactly same, therefore I see no reason why the slaves will not continue to demand their own comfortable slavery as they have always
done (of late).
Every four years, the stage is set, the boundaries are drawn, and the rules are written about what can and cannot be said. And every four years,
almost everyone will fall for it.
I make the bold
prediction that one will be able to examine the discourse from this election cycle, compare it to the next election
cycle, and find no substantive differences.
I make the prediction that Americans will be as divided as ever, in every demographic you can think of--economic class, race, you name it. By
Every election is a distraction. How many cycles will it take for you to understand this?
edit on 7/29/16 by NthOther because: (no reason given)