posted on Aug, 26 2012 @ 06:28 PM
It's all an illusion of choice....
If there was only one party, you'd have a revolution already. The whole idea behind a two-party system is to prevent a revolution so that when you're
not happy with one party, you have a choice to side with the other. If you look at history, every mono-type of rule, whether a monarchy or a
dictatorship, ALWAYS ends with a revolution.
Both parties play for the same team, which is the team that has the most money and power.
It's an illusion. If you don't like McDonald's, you have Burger King, even though the meat and raw ingredients come from the same distribution
channels and manufacturers. The two parties are no different. The same corporations and organizations fund both parties year after year, knowing that
whichever one wins doesn't matter, because they will have already purchased their favors.
I absolutely love Ron Paul for all of the reasons everyone else does, but until the illusion crumbles and the veil is lifted, nobody like Ron Paul has
a chance at making the changes we need.
edit on 26-8-2012 by SonOfTheLawOfOne because: (no reason given)