A lot of words. What exactly do they say about your desire to criminalize political parties?Political parties excel in popular governments. One might expect them to exist in a reduced form in the House of Representatives, but more as a loose coalition than a solid voting bloc; people are just too different across regions for groups like the Democratic and Republican Parties to plausibly represent their views. Are in the interests of New England conservatives fully in tune with their counter parts in the Bible Belt? In the original plan, the Senate is supposed to be filled by the state legislatures, the electoral college is supposed to exercise authority independent of the popular suggestion, and the courts are supposed to be far removed from politics. It results in an environment where careful deliberation enjoys greater authority than sentiment. The ability of national poltical parties to manipulate election outcomes in state's across the Union, through endorsements and funding and influence with the media, compromises regional interest in favor of a codified platform people can only partially agree with.
Or... maybe folks with different views see things from different perspectives.Disagreement between two people implies one or both are ignorant.
So you think half the USA citizens are just ignorant and just need to be reeducated?
So who decides what the proper view is?That's why people generally resent it when others disagree with them.
I wouldn't expect people to have the same intepretations, but less attatchment to their conclusions would be a help. Partisanship is partisanship until, "My view is the right one," moves to, "My view is the right one no matter what."