The subversive power of political parties

8 thoughts on “The subversive power of political parties”

  1. It would certainly seem that Nastradamus did not have a lock on predicting future events. This country could sure do with a little ‘George’ right about now… 🙁

  2. “If we will not be governed by God,we must be governed by tyrants.”~William Penn
    “Let the people think they Govern and they will be Govern’d,this can not fail if Those they Trust,are Trusted.” ~ William Penn
    I would not trust our Politicians as far as I could pick them up and throw them!

    1. Nor I. Big Money owns the government and everyone in it. The Citizens United decision was the nail in the coffin. Frankly I don’t see how it’s ever going to get fixed.

  3. How any one in Washington D.C. would elect a candidate who would make a unqualified person as “Commander In Chief” as their choice as President Of The United States Of America is totally baffling.

    1. We’ve had a number of presidents with no military experience to back their “Commander in Chief” position. And I’m not convinced a peaceful nation must always have a warrior president. Diplomacy and war call for different mindsets. I don’t think lack of military experience would necessarily make a candidate unqualified to be president. Of course we have some candidates out there now who seemingly have no relevant experience whatsoever — military, diplomatic, or otherwise.

  4. It is NOT Hillary’s inexperience as a qualification for her role as Commander In Chief while she (is) President,rather it is her total disregard of US Government protocol and US military rules/regulations for sending/receiving e mails while serving in the capacity of a government agent. She is not above the law.

    1. I didn’t realize you were talking about Hillary in particular. I agree her handling of the entire email debacle is ample demonstration of a totally unacceptable attitude toward security and protocol. She certainly is not above the law and I’d like to see her prosecuted for what she did, but as corrupt as things are in DC, I doubt it will ever happen. Too many politicians there are too busy scratching each other’s backs and covering for each other.

... and that's my two cents