I’ll keep this as short and sweet as possible – especially since I know it is going to draw a lot of heat. I have been arguing that we need to end Parties. I have been telling those who will listen that the majority in this nation actually agrees, and they do not agree with either the R’s or the D’s. I have said the time is ripe to return to something closer to what the founders expected, and throughout all of it, I have been lectured about the supposed evils of third Parties. If you belong to that camp, hear me clearly:
If you vote Republican in 2016, YOU ARE VOTING FOR A THIRD PARTY!
The polls have vindicated me, and affirmed that my argument is and has been valid all along. Now, either join me or admit (at least to yourself) that you are really more concerned with your Party than the nation or any real principles or ideals.
And before anyone offers the old argument about needing to consolidate power to achieve political goals, understand that, in making such an argument, you are advocating for the very heart and soul of authoritative ideology (i.e. Progressivism). All you need to do is focus the power that already exists in the collection of like-minded individuals. The TEA Party has already shown the way and demonstrated that it works. Now learn from what we are seeing or cling to the old paradigm that was built to keep you in your place: