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We Already Have a Viable Third Party

Rondoman Wrote: Oct 30, 2012 1:48 PM
As one who lived among the Amish in Pennsylvania, I can say that although they practice a very simple life style, they also by that lifestyle act as though God is a totalitarian dictator who does not want them to have any modern conveniences. The Amish in Pennsylvania do have some rather controversial practices such as "bungling" where a partitioned bed is made for the available daughter so her suitor can sneak in at night and sleep in the same bed with her, and she can keep her purity. Yeah, right!
johninohio Wrote: Oct 30, 2012 6:17 PM
It's not 'bungling', it's bundling.

According to wickipedia, "Traditionally, participants were adolescents, with a boy staying at the residence of a girl. They were given separate blankets by the girl's parents and expected to talk to one another through the night. The practice was limited to the winter and sometimes the use of a bundling board, placed between the boy and girl, ensured that no sexual conduct would take place."

"When used for courtship, the aim was to allow intimacy without sexual intercourse."

Since the Amish don't use birth control, how disinterested do you think the girl's parents would be in what actually happens?

Anyway, your cynical comment is irrelevent to the overall morality and ethics of the Amish...
According to the latest polls, only one percent of voters will cast their ballot for a third party candidate, which means that all the talk of a protest vote against the two main parties will amount to little or nothing. Yet there is already a viable third party in America. It simply needs to awaken to its calling.

Dr. Martin Luther King spoke of this “third party” as well – although not in those terms – saying that it “must be reminded that it is not the master or the servant of the state, but rather the conscience of...