Wednesday, August 10, 2005

Which configuration is best?

Some Guitarded Guy asks a valid question:

"A two-party system needs two parties, both of which need to be competitive, and have broad-based support."

Oh, yeah? If that's true, then who in the world needs ”Neolibertarians”?

Good question. As for me, I stand squarely in support of gridlock. Why? It’s not complicated, really…when politicians fail to pass legislation, individuals keep more of the fruits of their labor (all forms of personal property); indeed, individuals retain more of their Liberty, which is the birth-right of everyone!...even collectivists. Therefore, a two-party system is almost the worst case scenario. I say almost because it’s only slightly more desirable than a one-party system. I’ll leave it to the reader to determine which system currently reigns in America.