All the Republicans vying for their party’s presidential nominee shows a disarray among the Republican Party. Trump’s entry has only increased it.
On the Democrats’ side, most “assumed” Hillary was a “sure thing,” until a former Democrat-turned-Independent — Bernie Sanders — returned to the Democratic Party, and he has reduced Hillary’s popularity in polls, and in some, even taken a lead over her. Joe Biden’s maybe yes, maybe no isn’t helping the Democrats.
Republicans in their disarray and the side-tracking of Hillary’s unchallenged run, gives a strong indication that it’s a great time for voters to tell all of them that we are no longer willing to listen to their finger-pointing and blame-placing, and get out and elect more (at least in the House and Senate) Independent representatives. I doubt the world would end if we also elected an Independent president.
Corporations and their money spent in electing our representatives are “puppets” given us to continue running this nation of ours, and it’s a darn good time, in our upcoming presidential election, to tell them “no more” and vote their puppets out.
Keith Nielson, Shelley