The circular logic of the two-party system in politics
By Joliet Jake
August 1, 2016 5:01am CST
"I'm voting for Hillary because I hate Trump." "I'm voting for Trump because I hate Hillary." Um...what about voting for someone else? "I'm not going to vote for an Independent, they'll never get enough votes to win and I might as well just vote for the person I hate before I do that." Um...why won't they get enough votes to win? "Because no one is going to vote for someone that can't win." But what if everyone that keeps saying 'I won't vote for an Independent because an Independent can't win' instead of saying they can't win actually voted for them? (dead silence) It's such a simple solution that it seems to just go right over the top of people's heads... This country can't make any real progress until people start pulling their heads out of the sand.
6 people like this
• Cambridge, England
1 Aug 16
What other options are there? We certainly haven't heard of any this side of the pond (but then what do we matter?) All we hear of over here are the Fart Man and a faint aside about some woman with a vaguely familiar name who brazened out her husband's peccadillos. I don't know what the media over here are wanting but they certainly seem to be expecting a Republican president - disastrous as that will probably be for the rest of the world! Go on. Stick your neck out! Who (of any other than the above two) do you think would make a good President? What about Condi Rice, then (even though I don't think she's running)? Black AND a woman - is that too much for America to handle? ... or does being a good Foreign Secretary not qualify one for being a good President? What does America actually WANT as a President? Would a puppet of the elected government (as we have here as our 'leader') be more acceptable?
• United States
1 Aug 16
Of course, the majority of them will not have a candidate on the main ballot, but this will give you an idea...
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