reply to post by wwe9112
Yea, I know you didn't ask anyone to write it for you, I was just saying that's how your post read to me. Either way it doesn't matter much to me,
just wanted to let you know how it came across.
You say you are having trouble finding validated, unbiased sources of information? It occurs to me that on this topic, looking for an authoritative
source just isn't possible. I mean where do you go to prove a hypothetical situation?
What I would suspect you will need to do is make your "source" the conclusions you draw from research. What research? I would personally look at the
bills that have had almost universal support from both Repubs and Demos. Nothing should prove your point more than showing that the only time that
they agree with each other publicly is when they are screwing over the american public. Patriot act, ndaa, stuff like that. Your sources in that
case would be the actual bills that have been passed and signed into law.
Politics is biased, as a rule. If you are looking for an unbiased source, the only option is to go to the actual laws politicians have passed.
Just my thoughts, again, best of luck.
Another thought. Maybe look into how the two parties work together to keep third parties silent. Such as how the two parties are in control of
presidential debates, make laws that make it hard to run as a third party candidate, file lawsuits to removed third party candidates from the ballot,
things like that.
edit on 15-11-2012 by sageofmonticello because: (no reason given)