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Two is Enough

faultroy Wrote: May 21, 2012 12:38 PM
This author fails to mention the fact that the system is rigged into a two party system. Look at the difficulty that some of this year's candidates had in getting on state ballots for example. It's not as simple as just declaring your candidacy. This writer needs to be a little more informed on her subject before she writes. The logistics are incrediblly daunting--just ask Ron Paul--why do you think he is running as a repub? Even the media is in on the con.

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