Sources: Propublica, ArsTechnica
quote: why do you think Congress's approval rating is around 10%?
quote: Partisan gridlock is the only thing keeping the morons in congress from really screwing things up.
quote: Do you really want them all marching to the same drum? Think about it.
quote: They are paralyzing the country's political system
quote: because they aren't getting their way on everything anymore now that Republicans won enough seats to make their voice heard. Well, tough cookies.
quote: Obama had a supermajority for a while and still couldn't pass anything without an insane struggle.
quote: Look at the message Chris Dodd just sent to Obama:
quote: I may be wrong but I don't think the constitution has any say about needing political parties.
quote: Don't know about you but I can't stand to hear about how the Dems blame the Reps or the Reps blame the Dems, when what they should be doing is getting their job done and NOT being concerned with who is on which side and voting with THEIR party!
quote: Of course the Constitution doesn't specifically empower a two-party political system. But banning such a thing is most certainly against it. The Constitution doesn't specifically mention unions or homeowner's associations either, but we most certainly have the right to form them.
quote: The very strength and weakness of a democracy is in allowing anyone to challenge it and mold it. If the system regulates itself by declaring who cannot challenge it then it is not pure and it is a betrayal of the very system.
quote: I have chosen to not be a part of the corrupt system we have, and chose to NOT vote anymore. The choices are all the same and all are no good.