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Dolphins9954
03-21-2012, 08:15 PM
There are three political parties in the United States today, and they are all fielding candidates for the presidency.

The parties are the Republicrats, the Scared Religionists, and the Freedom and Peace Party.

By far the largest party is the Republicrats, who have held sway with their current platform since at least the 1940s. They are offering two candidates for president in 2012: their names are Mitt Romney and Barack Obama.

Being such a large party, they have adopted a clever means of ensuring that they hold power perpetually: they split themselves into two wings called "Democrat" and "Republican." This rather clever setup allows them to compete with each other in the formal competitions of American democracy by emphasizing different pieces of the platform, while ensuring that one of the wings will always hold sway, allowing them to implement their shared social democratic platform.

And what is this platform? It is a corporate socialist one. They stand for enlarging government, the replacement of individual civil rights with centralized programs, the redistribution of wealth from working individuals to the non-working but mostly corporate and special interests (their main sponsors) and a military presence throughout most of the world.

There are a number of ways to tell that their two candidates, Romney and Obama, are from the same party. Their have the same major donors (http://gulagbound.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/Open-Secrets-Obama-Romney.jpg) (big banks, and other multinationals) -- and the most important legislation that they both favor includes the Patriot Act, the National Defense Authorization Act and most other bills that reduce our liberty (but always for our own good, and usually for our own protection).

The other two parties are smaller. They each have one candidate in the race for president. There is the Scared Religionist party, represented by Rick Santorum, and the Freedom and Peace party, represented by Ron Paul.

If you were to put the three parties simplistically on a one-dimensional spectrum -- a single line -- the Scared Religionists would be at the authoritarian end, and the Freedom and Peace party would be at the opposite, libertarian end. Between them, but closer to the Scared Religionists, would be the aforementioned Republicrats.


Keep reading.........

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/robin-koerner/the-three-political-parti_b_1355340.html


Great read that tells the truth.

CedarPhin
03-21-2012, 09:23 PM
Pretty spot on.

Tetragrammaton
03-22-2012, 09:38 AM
http://www.finheaven.com/images/imported/2012/03/us2012-1.php

Tetragrammaton
03-22-2012, 09:40 AM
By comparison, what the United Kingdom chose from in 2010:

http://www.finheaven.com/images/imported/2012/03/uk2010-1.php