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Gallup: 60% Say 3rd Major Party Is Needed

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New Gallup Poll reveals that a 3rd Major Party is needed.

The dems and GOP are failing the American people.

Senator Ted Cruz is the new rising star in Washington D.C.

Our Future : 3 Major Parties ....Tea Party - GOP - Dems

Americans are fed up with the GOP/ Dem absolute power in Washington D.C.

http://www.breitbart.com/InstaBlog/2013/10/11/Poll-Need-for-Third-Party-Hits-Record-High

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New Gallup Poll reveals that a 3rd Major Party is needed.

That's not a solution, it will just add to the problem. The solution the US needs is the same the UK needs; the dismantling of the Party Political system and the instatement of a system allowing only candidates who run as individuals representing their constituents (Independents), not a political Party or organisation.

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That's not a solution, it will just add to the problem. The solution the US needs is the same the UK needs; the dismantling of the Party Political system and the instatement of a system allowing only candidates who run as individuals representing their constituents, not a political Party or organisation.

A Tea Party - GOP - Dem Solution would give the Big Government politicians a headache.

They already fear Senator Ted Cruz. He was heckled by liberal operatives earlier this week.

The Gang of 3 is gaining power and influence in the U.S. Senate. Cruz - Paul - Rubio

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That's not a solution, it will just add to the problem. The solution the US needs is the same the UK needs; the dismantling of the Party Political system and the instatement of a system allowing only candidates who run as individuals representing their constituents, not a political Party or organisation.

There are alternatives to that, and the best alternative would be proportional representation, if need be with a 1 or 2% minimum return required for seats in parliament. As long as there is a "winner takes it all" system there can be a third arty as an accident, but mostly it will be two parties.

A Tea Party - GOP - Dem Solution would give the Big Government politicians a headache.

They already fear Senator Ted Cruz. He was heckled by liberal operatives earlier this week.

The Gang of 3 is gaining power and influence in the U.S. Senate. Cruz - Paul - Rubio

The tea party would win 2 sets in Texas and that is it. As a national force they are done with.

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Seems to be going GOP/DEMs turning into a big government federalist thing. The people wanting them to stop doing horrible crap to us sort of thing

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There are alternatives to that, and the best alternative would be proportional representation, if need be with a 1 or 2% minimum return required for seats in parliament. As long as there is a "winner takes it all" system there can be a third arty as an accident, but mostly it will be two parties.

The tea party would win 2 sets in Texas and that is it. As a national force they are done with.

Need for 3rd Party has reached a record high. Senator Ted Cruz is rising star. :tu:

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Seems to be going GOP/DEMs turning into a big government federalist thing. The people wanting them to stop doing horrible crap to us sort of thing

The American people ran into a Big Government Disaster orchestrated by HHS Kathleen Sebelius.

Buy this product or you will get fined. BTW, the website is - Out of Order -.

Have a nice day!

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Need for 3rd Party has reached a record high. Senator Ted Cruz is rising star. :tu:

We will talk after the primaries for the midterms.

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We will talk after the primaries for the midterms.

Senator Ted Cruz is already talking........to Communist Revolutionary Van Jones!

There was an attempt to divert attention away from the ObamaCare Train Wreck but it didn't work.

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Need for 3rd Party has reached a record high.

You are aware there are SEVERAL different third parties, right?

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You are aware there are SEVERAL different third parties, right?

Yes but which one is currently - feared - the most in Washington D.C. ?

Remember the November 2010 Election ?

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in related news:

The Republicans’ worst poll yet

The latest NBC/WSJ poll is just a disaster for the GOP. The highlights:

- By a 22-point margin, the public thinks the Republican Party is more to blame for the shutdown than President Obama. NBC's Mark Murray notes that that's "a wider margin of blame for the GOP than the party received during the poll during the last shutdown in 1995-96."

- Like Gallup, this poll shows the Republican Party at record levels of unpopularity. Only 24 percent have a favorable opinion of the GOP, and only 21 percent have a favorable opinion of the Tea Party. Both are "all-time lows in the history of the poll."

- The Democratic party, by contrast, has a 39 percent favorability rating. That's pretty much unchanged from recent months, and is in fact the precise same favorability number Democrats posted in May.

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- Despite the awful launch, Obamacare is becoming more popular. Last month, 31 percent said it was a good idea and 44 percent said it was a bad idea. This month, 38 percent think it's a good idea

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So much for the Tea Party as the coming power.

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in related news:

So much for the Tea Party as the coming power.

The Tea Party already IS the coming power.

Evidence: November 2010 Election - Nancy Pelosi was thrown out of her office. Then Speaker John Boehner moved in. Remember ???

Are you a chronic amnesiac ?

Tea Party Senator Ted Cruz chose to fight to Defund / Delay ObamaCare. He will succeed in doing just that.

Senator McCain said "It's a fools errand to Defund / Delay ObamaCare." He was wrong.

There will be an 11th Hour Compromise. Part of that compromise will be a 1 Year Drop Kick of ObamaCare.

The other blanks will be filled in by Speaker John Boehner "Talks will continue throughout the night."

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The Tea Party already IS the coming power.

Evidence: November 2010 Election - Nancy Pelosi was thrown out of her office. Then Speaker John Boehner moved in. Remember ???

Are you a chronic amnesiac ?

Tea Party Senator Ted Cruz chose to fight to Defund / Delay ObamaCare. He will succeed in doing just that.

Senator McCain said "It's a fools errand to Defund / Delay ObamaCare." He was wrong.

There will be an 11th Hour Compromise. Part of that compromise will be a 1 Year Drop Kick of ObamaCare.

The other blanks will be filled in by Speaker John Boehner "Talks will continue throughout the night."

That was then, now is now. Then the Tea Party just yaddad about what they wanted to do better, now Cruz gets heckled for closing the government.

Edit, and yes there will be a compromise, with Boehner and the |Tea Party sidelined as shown today in the WH meetings.

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That was then, now is now. Then the Tea Party just yaddad about what they wanted to do better, now Cruz gets heckled for closing the government.

Edit, and yes there will be a compromise, with Boehner and the |Tea Party sidelined as shown today in the WH meetings.

My prediction:

- Government will be funded with a CR through December 15, 2013

- 1 Year Drop Kick for ObamaCare ( Website Disaster....ask Wolf Blitzer CNN)

- Repeal Medical Device Tax

Also, the Tea Party is on the move right now! WOW!

Battleground States have been identified!

http://www.teapartyexpress.org/home

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No one likes far right or far left political extremist. Even if they are in agreement with some of the public on a few political issues.

History has shown us to be wary of such people. Look back about 70 years in Germany. A lot of germans admitted they made a mistake during and after WW2, even though they agreed with Hitler on some political issues. Some of them even tried to have him assassinated later on, during the war.

Anyway, I don't think these three clowns are going to be around for very long.

Edit: Well, Cruz might get elected as senator again, but the other two...we'll see.

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My prediction:

- Government will be funded with a CR through December 15, 2013

- 1 Year Drop Kick for ObamaCare ( Website Disaster....ask Wolf Blitzer CNN)

- Repeal Medical Device Tax

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Forget it.

More likely Government funded for 3 months, in those 3 months there will be negotiations for a budget with 10% reduction across the board. Obamacare will get a public option (as the Republicans will not risk delaying or stopping it again but know it needs to be fixed). There will be a new tax structure, so no taxes will be repealed.

26% popularity does a lot in a parties ability to compromise.

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No one likes far right or far left political extremist. Even if they are in agreement with some of the public on a few political issues.

History has shown us to be wary of such people. Look back about 70 years in Germany. A lot of germans admitted they made a mistake during and after WW2, even though they agreed with Hitler on some political issues. Some of them even tried to have him assassinated later on, during the war.

Anyway, I don't think these three clowns are going to be around for very long.

Edit: Well, Cruz might get elected as senator again, but the other two...we'll see.

They try to shake Senator Ted Cruz but it's not working.

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Forget it.

More likely Government funded for 3 months, in those 3 months there will be negotiations for a budget with 10% reduction across the board. Obamacare will get a public option (as the Republicans will not risk delaying or stopping it again but know it needs to be fixed). There will be a new tax structure, so no taxes will be repealed.

26% popularity does a lot in a parties ability to compromise.

We won't have to wait long to find out.

I think Obama will compromise and try to put the government shutdown behind him. The Military Death Benefit Scandal has him scared.

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Yeah, yeah, yeah! That's right, keep pumping out the tea party political propaganda. Make momma Sarah and daddy Rush proud.

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Yeah, yeah, yeah! That's right, keep pumping out the tea party political propaganda. Make momma Sarah and daddy Rush proud.

indifferent0009.gif Your like a broken record, son.

The news is on Real Clear Politics.

Obama is in real trouble.

The strategy was to make the American people and U.S. Military feel Maximum Pain.

It backfired. His approval rating is 37%.

That's why Speaker Boehner and Obama are suddenly burning the midnight oil to move past this government shutdown.

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The news is on Real Clear Politics.

Obama is in real trouble.

The strategy was to make the American people and U.S. Military feel Maximum Pain.

It backfired. His approval rating is 37%.

That's why Speaker Boehner and Obama are suddenly burning the midnight oil to move past this government shutdown.

If Obama was in half the trouble the tea party was your likes shilling for Obama would be spamming these pages. Do you see them anywhere?

See....

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If Obama was in half the trouble the tea party was your likes shilling for Obama would be spamming these pages. Do you see them anywhere?

See....

The time for crazy antics are over.

The White House has seen their internal polling. It's not good.

Solution: Burn the midnight oil with Speaker Boehner and put this government shutdown in the rear view mirror.

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Horror stories are appearing at the Huffington Post. That site is ALWAYS good for laugh.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com

New Ransom : Spending Cuts !

Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.................!!!!!!!!!!!

They are becoming unhinged over there. :yes:

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if 60 percent supposedly wants this then maybe they should vote for a third party...

The libertarian and the green party are the biggest ones

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if 60 percent supposedly wants this then maybe they should vote for a third party...

The libertarian and the green party are the biggest ones

That will depend on what happens within the next 2 years. One mayor ecological scandal and it will be the Greens. If not the Constitutionalists have the best cards.

Spinoffs of the Republicans are less likely to get anywhere due to guilt by association. They will just split the votes from the Reps and benefit the Dems.

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