posted on Apr, 7 2013 @ 11:04 PM
I think that if these morons actually believe what they are saying, they should be allowed to have a party. We should not have to overthrow a party
that has different ideas. What we need is MORE parties, and more fairness in getting those parties and their views exposed to the citizens of this
country. We need more choices. As it stands now, there is no way for a president who truly cares about helping only the middle classes and lower
classes can get elected. This is because neither of the two parties are going to allow someone to get their nomination unless they share specific
We saw this with Ron Paul. The republican party cheated him out of the nomination simply because he was someone who wanted to change things for the
people. Both parties say they want to help the people and make things better, but this is not true. Their agendas are much different, and the only
time they will do things to help people is if they can use that at some point in the future to help the party. I am not really explaining it all that
well, but I think you may get what I am trying to say.
Candidates for major offices should not be allowed to accept campaign donations from private citizens, or from businesses, even under the table, and
this needs to be cracked down on. We need a system that will give us about 10-12 candidates, who are then given a specific amount of money by the
government for their campaigns, and that is all they are allowed to use. Or have some deal to allow every single candidate the same amount of airtime
on tv and radio. It needs to be equal. And with this equal exposure and plethora of views on politics, we will actually finally have representation.
As it stands now, with two parties, we are not adequately represented as a people.
Think about those benefiting the most, or getting the most, from politicians. It is the businesses. Between them and the politicians, we could turn
things around overnight. I think the businesses need to be taken care of first, because that would be the easiest way to clean up politics. But it
could be done the other way around, although I think it may be more difficult.