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We have a political system that is separated into two major parties (this is also the case in many other countries as well) with several smaller factions without and within those parties. We all have joint and separate beliefs in the political spectrum yet we cannot seem to meet somewhere in the middle without espousing some of the “core” ideals (ideas?) of one of the major parties. It is within our power as voters to reject or accept the premises and doctrines of any political group, PAC or biased media output. With just a little extra reading and listening we can peel back the layers of subterfuge, innuendo and often lies that we are subjected to by these factions and groups. Once the obvious  disingenuousness of their words and actions is out there, we can then begin to vote on a more intelligent level. There will always be the die hard biases we have inherited or been exposed to for so long but even those can be mitigated with education on the real issues. Keep in mind that our politics is more about power and influence than actually doing what’s right for the country as a whole. We will never be in total agreement with our legislators but we did elect them and we can un elect them (term limits). It is in our best interest to understand that politicians are not as honorable as we think they are (or as they would like us to believe they are) they are people like us who have failings and flaws. To really have a democracy that works we need to spend some time in analyzing the campaign rhetoric and campaign slogans that occur each election cycle. Why is it that these campaigns are designed to demean  the opponents, is the opponent so good or bad that they need to be castigated publicly in order to retain or win an office? It is this type of action that has caused the Federal government issues we have now with healthcare, the IRS and other agencies. At no point has the major or minor party factions proposed anything to help the average American, it has always been doing for their “core Constituency”. The main body of American citizens only want good government and we have not had that for the past 20-25 years but we have had the same Congress, WHAT DOES THAT TELL YOU?

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