You could have viewed pages in fashion magazines with attractive models showing off their lovely hair, be it black, blonde or brown but what might not be known to most people is that each of these models is not really sporting their own natural hair but actually wearing a lace front wig. Thus, anti-war greens who may be disappointed in Obama’s unwillingness to end the war in Afghanistan or Iraq should abandon the futile third party effort and work within the democratic party to create change.
I think it is far more productive in a democracy to have a variety of perspectives, and competition between different ideas, not one in which two parties appear unified by an official party perspective but differ vastly within their ranks on certain issues.
The best we can hope for at this point is to have one of the two main parties adopt some aspects of third parties, sort of like gary johnson and ron paul working within the Republican party to turn http://www.alicewigs.com/extensions/100-remy-hair-extensions/pre-bonded-hair-extensions.html it more libertarian.
Personally, I think the libertarian party is too extreme, for example, but I still may vote for them over the two main parties because even if they did somehow get elected with their extreme positions intact, I seriously doubt they would get them seriously implemented.
Hi there, I have recently been reading a lot about third party politics and have been shocked that supposedly at least somewhere Ponytails around sixty or seventy percent of Americans tend to more agree with third party politics then republicans and democrats… But will not vote for them just because they are afraid it is a waste of votes.