So true, GC.
Today's SCOTUS is not the first one to function as a partisan super-legislature.
I have a very liberal devout atheist friend who realizes Trump would be a total disaster but still refuses to vote for Hillary. I'm like, WTF are you f-ing thinking??? There's no doubt Hillary's just a business as usual politician who won't change the status quo a whit, but I hope people figure out that's better than going to hell in a bucket. (On the other hand, as the Grateful Dead song goes, I may be going to hell in a bucket, but at least I'm enjoying the ride.)
Jennifer, you identified a problem I have.
The Democratic and Republican parties will remain about equally corrupt, and new third parties will become corrupt, until we amend the Constitution to provide for a national direct initiative and referendum.
I'm for Sanders, but if he's elected Congress will remain corrupt.
Bill Clinton dreams of being remembered as part of America's first husband-and-wife presidency.
The John Adams family had a father-and-son presidency, and if Donald Trump hadn't driven Jeb Bush out of the contest the George H. W. Bush family might have had a father-and-two-sons presidency.
Please everybody, don't stay home. The GOP wins when voter turnout is low, which is why so many states have opted for voter ID laws.
I'm for Bernie, too, but we have a two party system. A vote for Hillary is a vote against Trump. No vote is a vote FOR Trump. Like Hillary or don't like her, she can't possibly be as bad a president as Trump.
Nicely summarized. I'd love to vote for Bernie in November, but it appears the cards were professionally stacked over a year ago to make that impossible.
No vote is a vote FOR Trump.
But Denmark isn't AMERICA, the greatest nation in the world!!!!!!!!~!1! :)