Americans are getting fed up with Democrats and Republicans, but even so, would a third party stand a chance in the 2012 election? People don't like Republicans. Ditto Democrats.
With so much unrest in the electorate, the time appears ripe for a third party to emerge in the 2012 presidential race. And, there are already a number of groups working to set the stage for such a candidacy.
Americans Elect, for example, is focused on securing a spot on the ballot for a third party candidate and have already done so in eight states. They expect to make the ballot in California this week. Of course, there's one big problem for the supporters of a third party bid in 2012.
They don't have a candidate. Past successful third party runs have been largely candidate driven -- from Teddy Roosevelt's run as a Bull Moose candidate in 1912 to Ross Perot's two bids in the 1990s.
Without a person to rally around, it's hard to imagine how a third party could effectively capitalize on voter disgust with the two party system. Third party advocates insist there is still plenty of time to find a candidate before the 2012 presidential election. But, the names mentioned range from people like New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who almost certainly won't run, to businessman Donald Trump, who is not taken seriously by most voters.
The desire for another option in party politics is as high today as it has been since 1992. But without someone to articulate those feelings, a third party seems unlikely to make much impact in 2012.
At Laurens last weekend, one of the things Chairman Suhayda said was that we have to get away from the corrupt, two party system. He added that even if you aren't interested in National Socialism, just pick something other than the Democraps and the Re-pubic-ans, and stick with it.
It's just a shame that most people will not vote for the best candidate. They will vote for the best candidate that they feel has a reasonable chance to win. They may like the American Third Party candidate, but they won't vote for him because they don't think he has a chance to win. They feel to vote ATP would be throwing their vote away, so they choose the lesser of two evils from the Democrats and Republicans.
Comrades, that is exactly what these corrupt SOB's want us to do. That's the type of thinking that has kept them in power, and given them the freedom to do exactly what they please.
We've got to break this vicious circle of corruption, apathy, greed, and out and out evil.
As I know our enemies read this blog as well as our comrades, I appeal to our enemies as well. You're against National Socialism? Well, that's your right. But please, help us all, and I do mean EVERYONE, to free ourselves from the control of the two party system. You don't like us? Fine. How about Libertarian? How about American Independent? How about Green Party? Find a party OTHER than the Democrats and Republicans and STICK WITH THEM!
We want a National Socialist state. One thing at a time. First things first. And the first thing we must do politically, is to break the power of the Two Party System. That's one goal that people of all races can accomplish together, even though the different races will, and should be working separately, is to find a third party and stick with them, and send the Democrats and Republicans packing.
Comrade Hauptman did us all a real favour sending me this story. This issue is extremely important. Thanks comrade.