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Monday, August 3, 2015

"Republican voters hate their party" says Heritage Action CEO

GOP - A European Socialist Party
  • A true Conservative naturally would hate the open borders GOP.  Our elections are nearly as phony those in China.  Conservatives have a pretend election day choice of an open borders, big government loving GOP or the open borders, big government loving Democrat Party.

(The Hill)  -  The chief executive of the Heritage Action for America super-PAC said on Sunday that conservative voters are weary of the Republican political establishment.
Michael Needham argued that the GOP is alienating its base by ignoring its concerns.
“Most Republican voters hate their party, and that’s what needs to be addressed,” Needham told host Chris Wallace on “Fox News Sunday.”
“People are sick of this,” he said of the political process. “It’s a game.”
Needham charged that GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump is gaining traction with Americans because he is a political outsider.
Trump’s freedom from Republican leadership, he added, is winning him potential voters.
“Donald Trump is a symptom of a party who has decided they will govern based on special interests,” Needham said.
“The reason Donald Trump is getting enthusiasm is that he’s ticking off all of the right people,” he said of establishment Republicans.
“If you can identify the crux of cronyism in Washington, D.C., that’s how you start building trust,” Needham added.

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Democracy in Japan, but not in U.S.
It is an interesting accident of history that the U.S. brought democracy to Japan at the end of World War II while simultaneously stamping out democracy back home.
In the Japanese House of Representatives the people have elected eight different political parties to represent them (see graphic below).  In Japan voters have real choices on their ballot.  That is called freedom.
Meanwhile back in the USA, since World War II a grand total of one single Congressman has been elected from outside the Democrat-GOP special interest funded Oligarchy.  And that one Congressman was elected way back in 1948.  The corrupt special interests pony up enough cash to rig elections and make sure that the Democrat-GOP Oligarchy wins 100% of all elections.
Conservatives, leftists and others are naturally frustrated because there are no meaningful choices on the ballot. 

The Japanese House of Representatives
Free Elections. What a Concept
In every democratic nation of earth the voters have multiple real political parties to choose from on election day.  That is called freedom.  Every nation on earth except the United States where the oligarchs make sure you have ZERO meaningful election day choices.
We need Federal election reform today.  It will never happen, but I can dream can't I?
House of Representatives (Japan)

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