The Two Party System

The Melodrama is Over

 My Blog “The Demise of the Two Party System” needs revising. My contention that the Democratic Party was about to be eradicated still holds true, but has been replaced by the Republican and Tea Party so still have two parties. We can now move back to the Tea Party days and return to the days of our forefather’s in the 17 and 18,000.  

  There isn’t much that hasn’t been said from both adversaries on this subject and we now must live with the voter’s choice. Our President has been outfoxed by Michelle Bachmann and Sarah Palin, the two new representative of the Women’s Movement.

 ” Our frustration is greater when we have much and want more than when we have nothing and want some. We are less dissatisfied when we lack many things than when we seem to lack but one thing.”

 

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5 responses to “The Two Party System

  1. Sali Cosford Parker

    I’m not sure what happened to your “What we sow, so shall we reap” ending line, but it inspired me to comment . . .

    Sowing and reaping is all well and good, but some fields are so filled with vermin, burning them is the only answer.

  2. Vicki Sue McKinnis

    My question is, “Was our President out foxed, or is he a puppet who had been dancing according to the plan of those who hold the strings.?” This last melodrama was the final nail in the coffin of my hope for the USA.

  3. Vicki Sue McKinnis

    Today Max Keiser interviewed Stefan Molyneus to discuss the most recent political theatre. Stefan said that China makes the argument that the US has already functionally defaulted on its debt by devaluing the dollar against other currencies. The Dow, in its real return, has lost 34% since New Years 2000 because the dollar has lost 40% in the past 10 years. Stefan said that this has been done by keeping interest rates artificially low and by printing money. The US has become the primary holder of US debt; having purchased over two trillion dollars of US debt and having become the primary holders of the US mortgage industry. He reminds us that if we are paying our Visa with our American Express card, we’ve already shown that we can’t pay our debt. The US has used Federal Reserve tricks to “buff up the beast a little longer” however; it is similar to rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic after it’s already hit the ice berg.

  4. A sad situation indeed. I still question how this new answer is going to work itself out. The stars leaders of our country keep us in suspense while we are trying to make it all work out in our individual lives. There is no stability.

  5. What baffles me is that it feels like everything is going on business as usual.

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