anonymous
  • anonymous
What is an ideology? How does it relate to voting? How does it relate to political parties?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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jagr2713
  • jagr2713
"Ideology is the idea an behind a movement, political parties try to capture this, however the parties have gone away from ideology and have replaced ideas with greed...The best thing you can do is vote out the parties and install independent politicians. My logic for this is that the political parties are already corrupted and controlled by these lobbyist institutions and with Independents in office it is harder for corporations to control the legislation and the politicians will not be able to hide as well as they do There are no lefties or righties, just Democrat and Republicans, of course those numbers are shrinking. Independents and other parties are slowly gaining, I figure in 10 years there will only be Independents and minority parities"
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  • jagr2713
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