Our ‘REAL’ Addiction Problem


#1 "Very Stable Genius" on 11.22.19 at 9:28 pm

I am especially sick of the imitation Republicans. The real ones are already too much to handle.

( – and Woodstock adds: “Yah, if I want to vote for a Republican, then I’ll vote for a Republican”….”I don’t need a Democrat trying to fool me, when I get that Republican urge.”)

#2 Erica on 11.23.19 at 11:29 am

Oh please. *roll eyes*

You are falling into the trap that THEY put in place or trying to make the sheep fall for it.

The problem isnt an R or D problem. Those are just fake group identities that they needed to separate & divide us into so we could fight one another and not have the time or wherewithal to focus on what they BOTH are doing to us.

It is THEM against US and we are letting them win.
Two wings. Same damn bird. Both aisles filled with corrupt people and not enough patriots with a backbone to stand up to any of them.

Good vs evil. Pick a side.

#3 "Very Stable Genius" on 11.24.19 at 1:00 am

The Trump impeachment proceedings are proving that they are not a “fake group.” Rather, they are two groups: One with courage, while the other not so much.

A healthy two party system is essential to our democracy. There is no mention of them in the US Constitution, but they involved into being out of a necessity on how to govern in a presidential system, which is not as amicable, or practical, with a multi party system, that might be found in a parliamentary democracy.

That said, I do believe our two major political parties are failing us – current impeachment or not – and I think the major reason is because over the last roughly 40 years, politicians have been liberated from political parties mainly due to technology, which allows them to be their own party. And it is incumbent upon good Republicans and Democrats to challenge this liberation, which does nothing to liberate and strengthen the constituents, or citizens of a democratic society.

Case in point, Trump’s tariffs are to the Republican Party, what Clinton’s NAFTA was to the Democratic Party. Both have, or are destroying, the grand coalition of each political party and the only winners are the politicians with the people and individual political parties’ philosophies taking a death blow to their existence, and in time, a death blow to our democracy overall and its ability to govern.

( – and Woodstock adds: “Yah, I never bought that ‘New Democrats’ BS back in the 1990s anyway”…..”Why did we need to be ‘New,’ if we believed in ourselves?”)

#4 LJL on 11.25.19 at 5:11 pm

South Dakotans are addicted to LEFSE!!!

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