View Poll Results: Has the USA actually become an International HUMAN RIGHTS abuser?

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Thread: Has the USA actually become an International HUMAN RIGHTS abuser?

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    Re: Has the USA actually become an International HUMAN RIGHTS abuser?

    It always has been

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    Re: Has the USA actually become an International HUMAN RIGHTS abuser?

    Quote Originally Posted by DaveFagan View Post
    Agreed, but how do we change it? You know and I know it does not represent the attitude of the typical citizen of the USA.
    The problem is two party politics in my opinion. It might seem odd to say that but in all reality, Republicans and Democrats can get away with it because there are no threats of 3rd party candidates coming in. They abuse their power and know that in the end their policies will still get pushed through whether it be after the next election or after the next guy in line shoots himself in the foot. I am a firm believer that if Gary Johnson or Jill Stein (among others) were in office right now, the country would be better off not because of their politics specifically but because of them not being affiliated with a major party. They don't have the slack to make a mistake like that, we need more options, and more free elections to break this ominous cycle.
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    Re: Has the USA actually become an International HUMAN RIGHTS abuser?

    Yes.....

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    Re: Has the USA actually become an International HUMAN RIGHTS abuser?

    first feed the islamists to use against communism ,then try to domesticate them as if it is possible

    so yes...............
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    Re: Has the USA actually become an International HUMAN RIGHTS abuser?

    Quote Originally Posted by iacardsfan View Post
    The problem is two party politics in my opinion. It might seem odd to say that but in all reality, Republicans and Democrats can get away with it because there are no threats of 3rd party candidates coming in. They abuse their power and know that in the end their policies will still get pushed through whether it be after the next election or after the next guy in line shoots himself in the foot. I am a firm believer that if Gary Johnson or Jill Stein (among others) were in office right now, the country would be better off not because of their politics specifically but because of them not being affiliated with a major party. They don't have the slack to make a mistake like that, we need more options, and more free elections to break this ominous cycle.
    Well said!

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