How do you like them now? Eight years of Republican dominance and they did nothing for working middle-class America. So Americans got mad and have elected all these Democrats. Again, nothing. Now I hear that Americans are mad again so they're going to elect all those Republicans again. Do you see the pattern here? Neither party is going to do anything for middle-class Americans. The fact of the matter is the majority of both parties are employed by corporate America. This country of ours in controlled by corporate America.
It's time to think outside the box. The two-party system has us so conditioned to its system that the vast majority of Americans can't seem to think beyond it.
It's time for Americans to start paying attention to other alternatives, independents and Americans who actually feel an obligation to the Constitution and working-class Americans.
Our Supreme Court justices have made all these thoughts more difficult with their decision to allow corporations to give unlimited amounts of money to the party of their choice. Change can be done. We as Americans need to stop participating in the two-party system. We need to become more vocal in our disdain for their actions or lack of actions.
There is a saying: If the people speak, the politicians will listen.
Steven Wills, Darby