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I think it's time we call it what it is. If there is any chance at fixing this nation, I think it's time to admit we have a problem. And that problem is the absolute dogma that exists whether knowing or unknowingly to support a party because it's "slightly better" than the other. They both will blow your money, put us in debt, and take our rights little by little.
originally posted by: Aallanon
Trump is as anti establishment as they come.
I can't argue your points, and I'm sure most Americans want our entire political system cleaned up. The problem is, how the heck can we ever vote for anything but establishment when it takes millions to campaign for any office?
What has truly been changed through all of those in our favor?
If Obama was a white man or woman he would not have ever been close to the White House with his lack of experience.
He was an affirmative action president. He also divided the country.
Trump was then elected because he was the total opposite. Not a career politician.
Everyone has an opinion on both of those men and it’s really irrelevant what that opinion is but you have to admit the latter is the result of the former.
Nothing. All that’s happened is that we’re at each others throats more than ever.
originally posted by: choomsuba
Trump is truly an outsider, from the established dem/ repub front.
He had to run as a republican for the only realistic chance for victory.
It is too early to write him off, he has been under tremendous attack from both parties because he is not an insider.
Judge him after he has been in office for 8 years.