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States Choose Own Paths With One-party Governments

skywalker58 Wrote: Nov 26, 2012 2:29 PM
And therein lies the problem. When the people have no faith in the electoral process and believe elections are all rigged, they will either quit voting because it is a waste of time, or revolt and we have a French Revolution. That revolution was a bloody mess, but it may become necessary to force out the corruption. I really felt that if Romney had won, there would be riots in the inner cities of several major metropolitan areas. I understand there were people who voted for Obama just to keep riots from happening. Pretty sad. Our nation is done.

In Washington, Americans have two-party government, with a Democratic president and Senate and a Republican House. We had it before November's election and will have it again for the next two years.

Looking back from 2014, we will have had two-party government for most of the preceding two decades, for six years of Bill Clinton's presidency, three and a half years of George W. Bush's and four years of Barack Obama's.

But in most of the 50 states, American voters seem to have opted for something very much like one-party government.

Starting next month, Americans in 25...