They say there’s only 1 Party in Washington D.C. ‘The War Party’. An overview of the past many years makes that case hard to disagree with. Oligarchs disguised and cloaked in ‘Corporate Feudalism’ are obviously in full control of the levers of power, with no intentions of retrofitting back to the principals this Nation was founded upon.
Sadly, the entire narrative of ‘Land Of The Free’ remains more of a fantasy than a reality as the years go by, and the reality of the War Party and Corporate Feudalism become more and more apparent. The electorate swings back and forth from the Dems to the Repubs, each side espousing promises and verbal disdain for the other party. It’s really just a PR shell game, as for the most part ‘Nothing Will Change’ regardless of which party’s candidates get elected. These political parties are simply Two Wings Of The Same Bird.
However, there is some ray of hope and sunshine about this subject, as highlighted in a recent article by Dr. Ron Paul who points out that “Young Americans Want A New Political Party”.
Here are some quotes from Dr. Paul’s article;
“Do we need a third major political party? I often joke that I’d be happy if we actually had a second party, as when it comes to the big issues – war, monetary policy, civil liberties – the Republicans and Democrats are more alike than different. Perhaps that’s why a recent NBC News poll has found that nearly two-thirds of young people surveyed do not believe either the Republicans or Democrats are doing a good job and that a third major political party is needed”
“I think this is an encouraging sign. I suspect the NBC News poll result reflects the fact that young people are not as easily hoodwinked by the mainstream media and by the two-party duopoly charade in Washington. This generation has grown up with the Internet and the abundance of alternative media that challenges what really is a one-party system in the United States. They have been exposed to many new ideas, including good ones like libertarianism and non-interventionism”
“Currently, mainstream politics in the US is all about power – how to get it and how to keep it – and not at all about philosophy or ideology. It is about selling out principles at every turn in order to chalk up another point in the “win” column. On issues like war and spending, it’s incredible how easily the two major parties are able to “compromise”
“A serious effort to create a new political party could be very exciting, but only if that new party is based on real ideas rather than simply the desire for power”
To Read The Entire Article by Dr. Ron Paul (CLICK HERE)