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Forum Post: Here Is an Idea to Create a Third Party Platform Using Surveys.

Posted 8 years ago on March 31, 2012, 9:15 a.m. EST by Johnw (44)
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[-] 2 points by JenLynn (692) 8 years ago

A lot of the hot button issues (guns, abortion, gay rights, military spending) lean Republican or conservative as it is. Is your plan to split their vote? It might be a better use of your time to try to educate and enlighten voters. Get them over their fears and prejudices.

There's something wrong with the link, it doesn't lead anywhere.

[-] 1 points by Johnw (44) 7 years ago

Here is the link http://thenewthirdparty.blogspot.com , the idea is to have people vote on issues

[-] 2 points by JenLynn (692) 7 years ago

It's a nice idea in theory, unfortunately it assumes an informed educated electorate. If we had that we wouldn't be in the trouble we're in now in the first place.

[-] 0 points by April (3196) 7 years ago

More anarchist/direct democracy/mobrule junkmail. Such a cute idea. Just like back in kindergarten. ok children, raise your hand. Who wants to sing Little Bunny Foo Foo?


I just love that song. : )

[-] 1 points by Johnw (44) 7 years ago

Did you even read the article on lulu or the blog? This comment is a clear demonstration that you have not.

[-] 1 points by hchc (3297) from Tampa, FL 7 years ago

Rocky says: That was the end of the Democratic Party for Anderson, who subsequently declared, "The Constitution has been eviscerated while Democrats have stood by with nary a whimper. It is a gutless, unprincipled party, bought and paid for by the same interests that buy and pay for the Republican Party."

Read more: http://www.digitaljournal.com/article/322724#ixzz1sgfBzyFz

[-] 1 points by RedJazz43 (2757) 8 years ago

What any real party needs first of all and more than anything else including money is living breathing human beings. The Federal Election Commission disagrees as according to their rules political parties are not only not membership organizations, they are prohibited from being membership organizations. So, in a classical sense, the Republican and Democratic Parties are not really parties at all.