Libertarians confront adverse election code
U.S. Rep. Ron Paul, R-Surfside, and his acolyte, erstwhile Republican gubernatorial candidate Debra Medina, are the best-known Texas politicians with libertarian leanings, but their notoriety has been a mixed blessing for the Libertarian Party, says Guy McLendon, Harris County Libertarian Party chair.
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#1 Mar 23, 2010
The deck is stacked against third parties in this country because the big two parties make all the rules and they don't want competition.
For some reason voters are content with less choices in politics and seem generally happy with but two choices. And many times these two choices agree more than disagree. This country would be sooo much better off without party affiliations. It would require voters to actually listen to the candidates.
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