The “world series” of politics takes place every four years in America and from day one of the 2016 presidential election we have experienced repetitious calamity on one side and pure boredom on the other with a frontrunner that can only offer “no change—but only an abundance of more of the same especially in regards to polarization. That’s why in America we need to shake up and stir up our limited political party situation that Americans have a more pronounced choice of either or either (sounds like neither) and having no true and real choice at all. That is why we need more Independents, more to come forth as NPA’s (No Party Affiliation) and for minor parties to step up to the plate and challenge Republicans and Democrats of their too long national reign of a 50/50 government that has become stalemate.
Super Tuesday 2016 yielded Republican frontrunner Donald Trump and Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton. The projection for these two if they secure their party’s nomination? We could be looking at a head on collision in the general election Nov. 8 between “Mr. Confounded Change” and “Mrs. Ridiculously the same polarization” candidates; for all of those that decide to vote in this election cycle and those that decide not—-we better all in America get down on our knees (even if you never have before) and pray for a deliverance for the train wreck about to happen. If you don’t vote or can’t vote just believe with all your heart for hope of renewal which is what our country was and is built on every time we pledge our allegiance:
I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America
And to the republic for which it stands
One nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.
America in times past was considered ethical in views at home and abroad. A two party only political party system is what is broken in America, not the American people. All political affiliations for governing our country should not be “sorority/fraternity” or “club” based but connections to ensuring a basis for the whole country to “do the right thing” with integrity rooted in undying faith for humanity sake and not just personal ambitions for greed of power and/or money. Green is not only the color associated with money in America, it is the color of growth. To begin to grow again, we need to recycle and renew. Nothing can change until there is the renewing of minds ethically “to always do the right thing for the right reason.”