Letters to the Editor: We are a nation of political violence. Thanks, GOP leaders, we are a nation of political violence. Thank you for taking it out on the Obama administration.
We are a nation of political violence, as we head to the polls on Nov. 2. This election results in the most dramatic shift in the composition of the Supreme Court since 1869. It also is a choice between two extreme political parties, each of which is trying to replace democracy with a one-party system.
The Republican opposition is determined to make the government a one-party state.
“A one-party state” is an absolute term, meaning that we have to eliminate one of two political parties. The other would then be a two-party state, with one party running “to the center” and the other trying to “bring down the government.” They would both be two-party state. We are a nation of political violence.
What is also interesting is the fact that this election, which is going to shape the direction of the country for the next eight years, has been called by both parties to select the people who will be voting in Congress. When we call a national election, the people who are going to be voting are the people who are on the rolls.
In this case, the two major parties want control of their governing bodies. It is a good thing that this election is being held in November, when most people are distracted by the holidays and can’t concentrate on choosing our leaders.
In my opinion, the Republicans are trying to use this election to move the country to a one-party state.
As the Republicans are trying to make the government a one-party state, the Democrats are trying to make the government a one-party state and they are working hand-in-hand to make the government a one-party state.
For the past eight years, the Democrats have been in power. Under the Obama administration, the government has become more and more oppressive. The federal government now is the most intrusive, oppressive, and autocratic government in the history of the nation.
How the Democrats and the Republicans can be considered the same party is a bit farfetched. The Republicans have been in power for so long,