“It serves to distract the Public Councils, and enfeeble the Public Administration….agitates the Community with ill-founded jealousies and false alarms; kindles the animosity of one….against another….it opens the door to foreign influence and corruption…thus the policy and the will of one country are subjected to the policy and will of another.”
These are the words of George Washington from his farewell speech on the subject of political parties. Our Country was not founded on a belief of Republican and Democrat! The two party system excludes most Americans from voting their beliefs and convictions!
Now an article in the Cleveland Plain Dealer says that switching parties is illegal. It somehow upsets their party ideals. That is utter rubbish! If the people want to vote, the people feel that they disagree they should not face charges or exclusion! This is imposition on our freedom, and it is another step to insure the security on the two party system.
How many of you Americans want another choice?
How many of you Americans feel you are represented by either of these ancient parties in this Federal Imposition?
The political party should have no power to make laws, only an elected official. Elected by the American people. If there is one man prosecuted for voting then I demand a protest. I will demand an all out attack using the words of bloggers, and complete opposition to such a ruling! I do not support the Republican party and it seems this is all about what Republicans did, but despite my difference with them I feel that by an attack on their liberties like this we are attacking the freedom of the American people to vote how they want to vote. I have often thought of voting for a democrat that I disagree with over a Republican that I disagree with and visa versa.
Most Americans disagree with both parties. It is time we speak up and let this be known. These are our fathers parties not mine.
America speak out on your blogs with outrage!
America walk to the doorstep of party headquarters in protest!
Write your representatives!
I grew up in Cleveland Ohio, and I have fled the great state of Ohio. The more I see it imposing on personal freedom the more ashamed I become! I wish to return to Ohio one day but in it’s current state I can not.