posted on Oct, 10 2013 @ 10:30 AM
reply to post by iwontrun
Speaking purely objectively (i.e. as a person who, being not a resident of Maine, or indeed the USA, and has no affiliation with either the democrats
or republicans) this would appear to be a good way to mitigate any negative effects of the Shutdown over there.
However, also speaking objectively, it seems to me that all the ridiculous whining by both sides of the debate which lead to the shutdown, is
hypocrisy in the extreme, since it was neither parties fault that this mess happened, but both at once. Also, it would seem to me, that if Americans
want effective government, they had better learn to vote with their heads and not their various indoctrination. The republican voters need to learn
that the values of the party suck massive unmentionable body parts, and the democrat voters need to understand that their party is no better than the
republicans, just slightly better at press relations.
All in all, I think anyone voting for either of the big two parties in the US right now, might be open to being called a traitor to the people, since
it is clear that neither party have the interests of the people of the USA at the forefront of their actions, thoughts, or intentions. And I do not
say that from a falsely assumed position of total harmony and wisdom, because the same crap could be said of my nations political topography right