Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Why Hasn't there been a Independent President?

Republicans and Democrats, the political parties that everyone knows about. But what about the Independent Party? The Independent Party was created in 1967 and doesn't follow any strict set of values like the two major parties do. But no Independent member has ever come close to becoming president, will they ever? Of course there was George Washington who was never part of any party, but it's not exactly the same thing.

With Media scrutinizing over every little thing, people can become extremists and limit themselves to what they can and can't believe because that's the only way they think it can work, no negotiating. Most people also don't always take the time to learn what the beliefs of the parties are and so just randomly pick one. To make it less complicated, the general public chooses what they think seems right based off of what the media tells them. And since the media never covers the candidates from the Independent Party, the people have no idea about it. But, I encourage you my loyal blog readers, to look into. It could change the future and the world as we know it.

Super Tuesday

Super Tuesday nears, and everyone is anxious to see the results. For those of you who aren't sure what Super Tuesday is, it is a day where ten states hold their primary elections, and is a big step into who is going to become president. Of course, arguments carry on within parties, and leaders are said to be showing. So who are the people that it seems America will vote for?

You guessed it! Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. As Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio attack each other within the debates, Donald Trump has the fine chance of being able to surge as a sort of victor, gaining popularity from many of Americas  According to, it seems as though Donald Trump tops his nearest competitor by 30 points, giving almost no chance for anyone other candidate to win. Looking at the final results, Donald Trump goes ahead of nearest competitor by 90 points, and Hillary Clinton was above Bernie Sanders by a large 626 points. So, my loyal blog readers, choose and candidate to vote for, and choose wisely. It could affect our country in the best, or the worst of ways.