Saturday, August 22, 2015

Are we witnessing another collapse of the party system?

Via Bryan

blue, red masks on American flag banner
Holt describes how just prior to the U.S. war to prevent separation, Americans, particularly Southern Americans, had lost all confidence in the current political system because the existing parties did not represent the people but instead represented the agricultural aristocracy, big business and the banksters.


I know it’s still early, but it’s beginning to appear this election cycle that conventional wisdom may not hold.

The pundit class and the establishment politicians inhabiting the insular bubble that is the District of Criminals are flummoxed. They can’t fathom why the hoi polloi will not fall in line behind establishment-approved candidates (and there are several, but particularly they are Jeb Bush and Hillary Clinton). Some pundits are even offering to turn in their “pundit license.”

For example, The Washington Post’s Charles Lane told Brett Baier on Fox News’ Special Report last week: “I think I’m going to have to turn in my pundit’s license because — or somebody is going to revoke it because I really can’t analyze this phenomenon. We’re living through one of the strangest, most — if not strange, one of the most puzzling moments in politics that I can remember.”


  1. AMartinez, no not that one!August 22, 2015 at 11:38 AM

    Why we're just the little people, what we think or feel should have no bearing in matters of country. We have a person in office whom is openly destroying this Republic as rapidly as possible. Are we supposed to sit back and allow it to happen. Our Forfathers gave us the solution to this problem, will we inact it!

  2. Regardless of where your AO is located,
    we alone are completely responsible for this
    strategic and tactical failure to
    defend the sovereignty of our Republic.
    -Drug smugglers climbing over the border fence just south of Nogales Arizona-

    1. Yes and thanks.