Rational Nation USA
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“Republicans in Congress love to say ‘no.’ Those are just facts, they’re facts of life. They say ‘no’ to everything.” Barrack Hussein Obama, President of the United States of America
Well, when you look at just the facts it is true. For the most part republicans do say no to damn near everything. Even when it makes a modicum of sense to say yes. It is then only natural for rational individuals to consider that republicans have an agenda not necessarily related to what may be in the best interests of the nation.
Something about the republican form of government, as well as our history, informs us that compromise for the purpose of arriving at the solution that is most representative of the will of the people was the intent of the founders. However, today a minority can hold our nation hostage to special interests whose aim are not necessarily in the best interests of our people and the nation.
Republicans, once a respected and honorable party have become synonymous with obstruction and gridlock. I say this as a past Vice Chairman of my prior locales Republican Town Committee as well as a delegate to a Massachusetts state republican convention. In as much as it pains me to say so the national republican party has become a disgrace to the republican form of government and a hindrance to the growth of our middle class and thus our nation at large.
While the democratic party is not the savior by any stretch of the imagination it is high time that independent thinking individuals reassess just what direction they believe the nation needs to take and act accordingly. Reassessment must include the potential advantages of a viable multi party system and possibly a parliamentarian form of government. In light of the gridlock and special interest influence that has become our American Political Reality drastic and even novel possibilities must be considered.
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