For years, the two-party system has been failing the American electorate. On one side, we have the Democratic Party who’s packaged itself as the party of the people. They claim to be for higher taxes on rich people and greater benefits and services for everyone else. They’ve been the natural home for progressives, socialists, communists, and leftists of every stripe. They call for greater government powers, more regulation, and bigger budgets.
For years we’ve heard the disgruntled among us say that there’s really just one political party, and that Democrats and Republicans are just two sides of the same coin. It turns out that’s completely correct. The establishment of the Republican Party is much more interested in maintaining the status quo than in implementing any real conservative agenda. You and I have simply been the chumps that believed their rhetoric and gave them control of Congress as a check on the excesses of the Democratic Party and Barack Obama.
We have been listening to the political elite of both parties publicly state that we need to “fix” our so-called broken immigration system. We are told that Republicans specifically, and candidates in general, must reach out and pander to the illegal alien population. We are told that we’re racist if we don’t accept the never-ending flow of illegal immigration. Most importantly, the political and media elites say that candidates for higher office will not receive the Hispanic vote unless they offer some sort of amnesty for the illegal migrants. I reject this notion as ill-informed racist nonsense.