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Third party may spice up the next election

Third party may spice up the next election
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As an avowed third party voter since 1992 I am personally delighted when we are offered more than just the usual two humdrum choices for state and federal positions. Rocky Anderson, whom I met and spoke with for a whole ten seconds once at a rally in DC, has launched a third party and hopes to maneuver the typical campaign dialog toward real issues like income inequality and unfair taxation and climate change. Anderson is representative of truly progressive values. Democracy Now has more

“We launched the Justice Party because the entire system is so corrupt,” Anderson says. “It’s so diseased. We know that the public interest is not being served by anyone in the system right now, particularly the two dominant parties who have sustained this corrupt system and who are sustained by it.”

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Profile photo of magix When my oldest son, a Marine, left for war and crossed the border from Kuwait into Iraq in March 2003 I started writing my conscience. After two tours that young combat veteran’s mother is now an ardent peace activist and advocate for social, environmental and economic justice. MGx has matured since those early vents and ramblings and now covers relevant and important local and regional matters in addition to national and global affairs.

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9 Responses to "Third party may spice up the next election"

  1. The Reminder  December 14, 2011 at 6:54 AM

    Must see this video, watch to the end, love the song.
    its already hit my e-mail list of friends. lets pass this on.

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  2. come on now  December 14, 2011 at 9:12 AM

    thats sweet and all, but good luck raising enough money (lets say over a billion) to even stand a fleeting chance. However, I fully support your cause!!!! Fragment them dems all you can! It’ll just make life easier for the rest of us.

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  3. The Reminder  December 14, 2011 at 4:41 PM

    Ask yourself , locally are the democratic party and the republican party on the same page and agenda, concerning the port’s plans for LNG and coal exportation?

    The only difference they offer is shade of lipstick.

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  4. The Reminder  December 14, 2011 at 5:38 PM

    “The current two party systems are designed to sustain entrenched corporate-driven power.”

    http://www.scribd.com/doc/75474985/Justice-Party-Prospectus-Action-Plan-12-Dec-2011

    You will be told that this is a spoiler for the democratic party, we are always told that, do you still believe that nonsense?

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  5. Themguys  December 14, 2011 at 5:42 PM

    Oh come on, we saw you grinnin and a shuckin by in your shiny red pick em up truck Monday, so much for anonn, huh?

    Potty mouths, making up for intelligence, always resort to anatomical dirty talk, you remember junior high don’t you?

    Like that.

    The Reminder, you’re right, mine went out too.

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    magix  December 14, 2011 at 8:06 PM

    Obama now says he will not veto the defense bill that tramples our few remaining civil liberties so we had best trample him out of office and vote in a real progressive like Rocky.

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  7. Colandrio  December 14, 2011 at 8:39 PM

    The fascists in power will never allow anyone not in their loop to win. Remember Gore V Bush? But I will not vote for Obama again no matter what. See you all in the retraining camp where Mark M. will be teaching the course.

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  8. The Reminder  December 16, 2011 at 6:32 AM

    Spoiler Alert: Do you remember, that the republicans were down to Mitt and John, when the deal was cut. Mitt stepped aside because he claimed that at a time of war he felt the country was better off with McCain, thus John was rewarded for his loyalty to Bush. Now the script is to reward Mitt for his sacrifice, Newt is a shill to make Mitt appear as the most presentable to the core.
    Newt has betrayed them before, and now Mitt is getting worried that they may have betrayed his loyalty. They’re in a real tailspin this time.

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  9. The Reminder  December 17, 2011 at 8:13 AM

    What was, still is, they just put forward the next player in their game.
    Yea this is 4 yrs old, and still relevant.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tmXX3NuPQU8&feature=related

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