Is our two party political system overrated?

By Caila . Created on Nov 18, 2018
Lifestyle 2222 votes | 193 Comments
Who cares?

Who cares?

Yes. With only two parties, we are limiting our diversity.

Yes. With only two parties, we are limiting our diversity.

No, why fix what isn't broken.

No, why fix what isn't broken.

Why can't we all just get along?

Why can't we all just get along?

Either way politicians are corrupt through their sponsors.

Either way politicians are corrupt through their sponsors.

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Either way politicians are corrupt through their sponsors.
Meffymoof said a week ago
The Parties as well as the politicians are bought and paid for. The entire system is corrupted by the money of the wealthiest of people and lobbyists. And our current occupant of the White House is a glaring and obscene representation of a fractured government and economic system
Either way politicians are corrupt through their sponsors.
Carolann said 3 weeks ago
yes
Yes. With only two parties, we are limiting our diversity.
Kellie said 3 weeks ago
yes
Yes. With only two parties, we are limiting our diversity.
Kellie said 3 weeks ago
I agree with my vote
Why can't we all just get along?
Jeff said 3 weeks ago
Electoral college FTW
Matthew said 3 weeks ago
More political parties = more politicians. Why would anyone in their right mind choose that.
Yes. With only two parties, we are limiting our diversity.
David said 3 weeks ago
Agree, ranked voting system is the only was to ensure that all voters voices are heard.
Yes. With only two parties, we are limiting our diversity.
Tammy said 3 weeks ago
I think that we not only need to expand beyond 2 parties but we need to go to a ranked voting system as well. In a ranked voting instead of voting for a single person you rank those running for a particular office 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and so on. When the vote is counter if no one got over 50% of the vote ( a clear majority) the person who got the lowest % is eliminated and then those ballots have the 2nd choice looked at a...
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