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Old 10-03-2013, 11:44 PM
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Originally Posted by rearnakedchoke View Post
the problem is you vote our the dems in the senate and the reps in the house and they basically swap positions and you have the same problem (i am not stating this, i am asking) ...

would a viable third party be the answer? problem is i guess is who would they represent? (which political allegiance)
Depending on how the votes go, one party can end up with control of both houses, or each party can end up with control of either the House or Senate which is what we have now.

From what I've been reading, I think Republicans are afraid a Tea Party Republican could break away and run as a third party taking votes away from whoever they put up as their candidate giving the Dems another Presidential win in 2016. With all the public name calling going on between them, I really don't see how this can end well for Republicans.
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