I have talked a lot today about examining the state of the political party system. More Americans want a third party, the problem is identifying what that third party might look like. One way to do this might be to analyze why certain parties form. Could it come from the angriest person, let’s hope not. In my view, the formation of a political party comes from looking at the needs of the people.
This might include finding out how to increase resources to the people, but it also involves finding a balance of trust between the federal government and the people. Here is where the problem lies. The people are very untrustworthy of government at this moment. How does one change this connection? The answer might lie in more outreach or finding a way to make politicians actually connect through the people by being near the same income bracket or term limits as some have suggested. I once heard a Democratic congressman say that he left congress after a couple of terms to work in the real world so he understood his full legislative impact. I find that to be pretty reasonable. In my view, all congressman should strive to do this.
To sum up my posts today:
Thanks for reading my posts. I will cut it short with posts tonight since I have quite a bit of work to do. See you tomorrow!