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The U.S. is already under one party system. Where have you been?
Posted by Greg  on  01/27  at  02:12 PM | #



The desire expressed by many on the left to "destroy" their political opposition illustrates two things.

One is the utter lack of respect by the Democrat/leftist/progressive/totalitarian/savages for the rule of law, individual liberty, and all the uniquely American ideas enshrined in our Constitution.

The other is the willingness of the Democrat/leftist/progressive/totalitarian/savages to repeat any lie or slander in order to increase government control over the lives of their fellow citizens.

They are willing heirs of the legacy of a long line of failed regimes that includes poverty, despair, mediocrity, stagnation, and mass murder.

They must be confronted, exposed, and opposed at every opportunity.
Posted by Mike Constitution  on  01/26  at  07:15 PM | #



I agree with Zimi. If no one claimed to be from one party or the other, this would make people actually listen to the candidates, and their points of view. If republicans allow Obama to destroy them, so be it! I frankly, have had it with RINO's, anyway. I would like to see a true conservative in the white house; if we even get another chance.
Posted by LR  on  01/26  at  06:40 PM | #



What is needed in our respective countries is a NO-PARTY SYSTEM.

All politicians should run as independents. This would cause people to vote for the man/woman of character hopefully, instead of some corrupt party. Election fraud would be more difficult to manipulate. It would make it more difficult for large corporations to manipulate individuals as they now manipulate parties. Etc., Etc.
Posted by Zimi  on  01/26  at  05:03 PM | #



The difference with a lot of us is that we can see the evil that exists through the current fake in the WH. I was not as nearly upset and concern when Bill Clinton was elected-and he did turn out to be one of our better presidents (Monica and her red dress aside). Two party systems have kept us relatively in check-until now. When someone as totally incompetent as Obama is elected and his agenda is so crystal clear it should concern all of us. Left unchecked with no opposition would put us in third world country status-which is where this administration is taking us anyway. I am hoping enough of the sheep will wake up after Obamacare is fully implemented. Guess we will see.
Posted by Goodforall  on  01/26  at  12:56 PM | #





A one-party system?

Posted by Klaus Rohrich on Jan 27, 2013 at 12:24 AM

One party system: A legacy of misery and death

A number of progressive pundits have been urging Obama and the Democrats to sweep aside all opposition to their ultra-leftist agenda by destroying the Republican Party. Leading the pack of yapping hyenas is John Dickerson, who in an op-ed piece for Slate Magazine urged Obama to “go for the throat” and “destroy the GOP” in order to achieve his transformational goals. Rachel Maddow argued that America is a “Liberal” country (capital L is hers) because of an NBC/Washington Post poll that showed a slim majority of Americans supposedly support both same-sex marriage and “immigration reform.” Then there’s Chris Matthews with his histrionics and the whole CNN gang who acted as cheerleader during Obama’s inauguration to all six of their audience members.

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