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D vs. R and L vs. C

Posted Jan 16, '13 at 9:33am

partydevil

partydevil

5,322 posts

Let's put it this way. The ruling party is respected, even grudgingly by most people here; there are elections and all, but the opposition is weak because no one wants to campaign for anything, the people know it.

it's nice that it works for the people. but this can't be created. it's a turn out.

but is the opposition weak because of threads? or just lazy people? =S
 

Posted Jan 16, '13 at 10:41am

nichodemus

nichodemus

13,706 posts

Knight

but is the opposition weak because of threads? or just lazy people? =S


Lazy, insipid, and well, most just plain suck.

it's nice that it works for the people. but this can't be created. it's a turn out.


Don't actually get you.
 

Posted Jan 16, '13 at 7:32pm

ChillzMaster

ChillzMaster

1,480 posts

why not both? even if that might not be possible...


Trust me, it is.

Democrats and Republicans are both hypocritical man-children. One party may know how to work the crowd, but can't manage his wallet for beans. The other could turn a lemonade stand into a multi-national corporation, but probably got slapped a lot for not understanding how to act around other people.

We should stop looking at American politics with a spectrum that has Dems on one end and Reps on the other. We need to focus it on metaphysical ideals, not in-ground opinions.

-Chillz
 

Posted Jan 17, '13 at 4:25pm

partydevil

partydevil

5,322 posts

Don't actually get you.

what you have in your country and what seems to be working good. (els they didnt get 65%) can't be recreated in any other country.
it is the outcome of the multi-partys system. what you have now can be changed once there is some actual opposition.

Lazy, insipid, and well, most just plain suck.

is that 1 party so good. or are the other party's just that bad that people do not vote it?
 
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