America’s two-party system is broken. Some, myself included, believe it is broken beyond tinkering and repair.
Regular readers of this blog, Fellowship of the Minds, already know the Democratic Party is thoroughly corrupt, bearing little if any resemblance to the Democratic Party of John F. Kennedy’s time. It is socialist, all but in name. Today’s Democratic Party is also, simply put, evil. If you still have doubts, I refer you to:
- “Communist Party USA endorses Obama & Democrats for 2012,” August 4, 2011.
- “Democrat ad shows Romney supporters being beheaded,” Nov. 4, 2012.
- “97-y-o woman: “We’ll burn this motherfucker down” if Romney’s elected,” Oct. 30, 2012.
- “The Left threaten to riot and assassinate Romney,” Oct. 18, 2012.
- “DNC delegate threatens to kill Romney,” Sept. 6, 2012.
- “Obama and the Democrats Turn Their Back to God,” Sept. 5, 2012.
As for the Republican Party, it remains dominated by a duplicitous elite who are not conservative in their beliefs and values and, as such, have no courage of convictions. Having no spine, the GOP leaders crumble, succumb, and at times actively work to aid and abet the Left’s agenda of destroying America and our Constitution. If you still doubt, I refer you to a stunning agreement called the “Consent Decree” that the Republican National Committee made with the Democratic National Committee in 1982, which constrains the GOP from preventing and even contesting voter fraud. See:
- “Why the GOP won’t challenge vote fraud,” Nov. 15, 2012.
- “2012 Election was a two-party conspiracy,” Nov. 30, 2012.
The fact of the matter is that in America today, the elites of the Democratic and Republican Parties are a bipartisan ruling class who have far more in common with each other than they have with the American people. (See “America’s Bipartisan Ruling Class vs. the PeopleAngelo,” July 19, 2010.)
I’m fully mindful of how daunting it is for a third party to win elections, given the built-in advantages enjoyed by the Democrats and Republicans in our long-established and deeply-rooted two-party system.
That being said, something must be done about our broken political system. Below is a press release, of an organizational convention for Americans who are thoroughly disenchanted with the two parties and are searching for an alternative. No registration is required, and attendance is free. If my life circumstances permit, I would go.
IMMEDIATE NEWS RELEASE
November 4, 2013
Aku Press, LLC.
Albuquerque NM 87190
(505) 796 4651
INDEPENDENT AMERICAN PARTY SPECIAL CONVENTION
LAS VEGAS, NV — Saturday January 18th, 2014 at 9:00 AM, the National Independent American Party will host a special organizational convention at the American Heritage Academy in Las Vegas, NV on behalf of the Alliance of Independent American Parties – a grassroots alliance of many patriot groups and individual voters.
This effort is the culmination of a year’s building ties with leaders of various political parties and citizens who ae not being properly represented. These national and state constitutionalist parties include the National Independent American Party, the (California) American Independent Party, the National American Party, the America First Party, and state leaders of the Oregon Constitution Party.
Additional invitations have been sent to various state Constitution Parties, the National Constitution Party, as well as America’s Party, and state Libertarian
Parties. All citizens and media representatives are invited to attend this convention as either observers or voting delegates in accordance with the approved bylaws of the Alliance of Independent American Parties. No registration is required, and the event is free to attend.
In order to further common goals, the Alliance of Independent American Parties acts as an alliance, or confederation, of autonomous state and national parties in continuous efforts to overcome the duopoly of the two-party system.
Those interested and/or with more questions should contact Kelly Gneiting at[email protected] or by phone at 928-309-1776 (leave message if needed).
Dr. Eowyn is the Editor of Fellowship of the Minds.