mikeandgerry wrote:There is no third party.
People are either left wingers or right wingers in varying degrees.
Someone please describe what a third party could be like and what its platform would entail. Are we talking Ross Perot? Jon Andersen? or like some personality more radical?
Are we talking a party that is fiscally conservative and socially liberal? I doubt that is the answer. For those who haven't noticed, fiscal conservatism didn't cause all the changes we have experienced in the last 150 years, liberal social policies did!
Pick a party and get active.
R's and D's are two sides of the same bad penny. No matter how hard we try, they keep showing up.
I know the Constitution Party is a little "religious" for many, myself included. But I know for a fact that it is not a "firm" platform among all members of that party.
So if you "need" a party, then that might be the one.
I prefer to think of myself as an "American" and have little use for "party".