Well considering that most of the states don't have a hundred percent up between the two, then your point is moot. Also, some states, the percentage
of ppeople voting for third party candidates is so small that it doesn't even register. Face it, we lost the third party vote again. One day the
people will wake up but not today.
Well, I too noticed the utter lack of even a hint or mention of the remainder of the candidates the Republicans and Democrats allowed to run along
side them. There is NO doubt whatsoever that the system belongs to them and their corporate masters.
Perhaps the 'next' revolution will address that. But unfortunately, if the media's goal was to erase the third party paradigm, they succeeded.
The deconstruction of the two-party oligopoly should be the next 'revolution.' But we can plainly see that the media is complicit in the
marginalization of the third-party alternative as realistic. There's is the upper hand for the moment.
Instead of claiming that the election is rigged because you don't quit understand how the system works, maybe you should do some homework. Another
question - Who do you mean when you say the word "They"?
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