Wednesday, March 02, 2016

Steyn's Excellent Question

Here's a 'think' question which Trumpkins have brought about.

...In the British House of Commons, there are currently 11 parties represented, plus four independents. In the Canadian House of Commons, there are five parties. In New Zealand, seven. When The Washington Post's Michael Gerson warns that a Trump nomination would break apart the Republican Party, the implication is that the health of the Republic depends on maintaining the same two parties of the Civil War era for all eternity. Why?

The answer is obvious, of course:  because with only TWO parties, each of them has more money and influence than either of them deserve.


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