So that the thing that I commented to someone earlier is that at this point, no matter what your for like, this system is not going to give it to you. You know what I mean? Like if again, unless it's Madness. So serious. So I but I think for young people to participate in the reorganization where politics is a must like if you're a young person listening to this, do you really think that it's going to be the Democratic party? The Republican party is going to like solve. Some of these problems are getting worse and worse and have been for decades under their watch. The fact is that neither party pays a real long-term meaningful price for either the problems getting worse or even losing a race because it just the ball goes back and forth between the two of them.
Polarization is just busy work. You
need genuine competition. You need more third parties. And you've been conditioned. Everyone's been conditioned be like a third parties can't work. And then you ask yourself. Well, why is that? It's all because the two parties shut them out of every major, you know, like Pole or race. Ice in these districts. So we have to evolve to rank Choice voting and non-partisan open primaries. Give everyone a shot new parties would emerge young. People would have a better chance at leadership. It'd be great. Yeah,
because you also point out the UK has five parties. Germany. Has seven parties, Sweden has eight parties. And so, if one party goes crazy, let's say whether it's either Republicans, Or democrats. It's not an existential threat to the entire system.
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