There is nothing whatsoever in the Constitution regarding two parties or a two party system. We must remember, the political parties are private and not government parties. The idea that they should be paid and their candidates supported by the government security services is corrupt. Our media brags hat it is somewhat universal; but experience shows the media is biased for Democrats or Republicans, with very little coverage of any other party entity or their candidates. This does not inform the American voter and, furthermore, spreads information both negative and positive against either candidate; all of it which lacks the complete truth. For example: why should a sitting President be able to remove himself from his duties to campaign for office, or any other incumbent for that matter. Ron Paul has been utterly poo-pooed by all the media, joked about, even had the outcome of his candidacy thrown out by their misleading opinions, while he is the only candidate talking about a Constitutional government, something they claim to support. The RNC is as much the same as the other political parties, and is throwing real voters down the Crapper. If the RNC would be Just and Honest in their dealings, and show their trust in God by actions, the RNC would be the people's favorite. As it is now, trust has gone out the window for most of us because, with all the pontificating and future promises, we still have what we had in the first place; broken promises, unconstitutional acts, political baloney, false promises, and meaningless smiles and handshakes. Good words only sound great and never deliver!
Guy E. Shannon
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