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Abandon the 2 major parties because basically they've both moved too far to the left & right - get some representation toward the middle. A 3rd Party?
Perhaps the time has come...

Boren insisted the group's principal aim was to demand presidential candidates spell out plans to address issues such as terrorism, budget deficits and America's tarnished image abroad.

"This is not a Bloomberg-for-president meeting," he said. "My own personal choice would be to see the two parties rise to the occasion."

Whitman said she aims only to send candidates a message that "compromise is not a dirty word, the public expects to see people working together from the various parties."

"It's not about him, it's not about putting him in the spotlight, but he is the kind of the politician who reaches across the aisle."

Whatever the group ultimately recommends, the event's high-profile guest list suggests the advice won't go unheard. Invitees include leading Republicans such as former New Jersey Gov. Christine Todd Whitman, Sen. Chuck Hagel (Neb.), former Sen. John Danforth (Mo.) and former national party chairman Bill Brock. Among the Democrats attending are former senators Sam Nunn (Ga.), Bob Graham (Fla.), Charles Robb (Va.) and onetime presidential candidate Gary Hart.


I don't know about you - but I'm sick of the fighting & squandering of opportunities.
We need a 3rd Party because the two we have ain't workin' anymore. They're too busy fighting with each other & opposing each others ideas simply because they are the other guys ideas.



This post edited by wader 02:06 PM 12/31/2007
 
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