posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 10:13 PM
I personally just joined the Libertarian Party myself. I used to say I was a 'conservative democrat', being a Black man raised with the misnomer
that the Dems were always on our side. Then I joined the US Navy, which I know doesn't make me a Conservative, but I think it started me down the
path of awakening. seeing the difference in just the military consciousness of Republicans and Democrats. Now, during the last year or so, as a truck
driver, I have been all over the US, red and blue states, regions, etc. I think personally we should end the two-party rule in America. If we all
thought not as Libertarians per say, but as citizens of this country and elected officials of the same mindset, we would be better off. No
partisanship, just do whats legal and right for the country and ourselves. Thats what we need to get back to. We shouldn't have to worry that, oh no
the (Dems/Reps/Liberals/Conservatives) control all three branches of govt so....blahzay, blah, blah. Just get in there and fix it the first time. No
filibuster, no looking to see where such and such stands. Is it good? vote yea. Its not good? vote no. I know it won't happen and I guess its my own
little happy place. But jeez. I am 38 years old. The nation isn't close to what it was when I was growing up(what I remember anyway). And thats
before the false flag event across the river from where I grew up. I was excited that we finally 'elected' a Black man as puppet...I mean President.
I felt it really was 'Change We Need' here. for a couple of days. Then I started seeing all of his failures up to now ALREADY. I immediately lost
faith in the Democratic Party, and as for the Republicans? Let's just say I had 7 years, 364 days too much of them. I fly an upside down flag on my
facebook page. I'm waiting for them to tell me to remove it. The country is on the express escalator to Hades with this two-party system. Until
we get real change in the District of Confusion, I'm at least going down with people I get.