Republican- Democrats have lost their way- Middlecrats ready to strike!

 

                    Karl Rove and his band of thieves provided the American public with a very important lesson this fall. Rove’s massive fund-rasining effort from his “Crossroads America” PAC raised 100’s of millions of dollars. 99% of that money went on to fund  LOSERS! Despite the Citizen United ruling, despite a bevy of fanatical billionaires from both ends of the political spectrum…the American people can’t be bought by cash.The American people are more interested in ideas and innovation – barrels of cash and crusty old white men are not what lights the fire of today’s American mainstream.

          America is faced with a dysfunctional leadership situation..a political vacuum that is begging for an adult solution The majority party in the United States is not Republican or Democrat…The real political powerhouse in this country is the moderate/independent voter…which  is currently unrepresented. The Republican party has been fading into obscurity as a party that represents only southern states and southern thinking. Mainstream Americans reviles in a party that’s strength is promoting guns, racial inequality, and who rolls out the red carpet to corporate interests that receives corporate welfare via of a minimum wage of $7.25 an hour. This “family values” party apparently believes only in “families” that live behind gated fences…people that live in apartments or make less than 100k don’t qualify in today’s GOP.

      As a former Democrat , it hurts me to fairly assess today’s Democratic party. While Obama was the only choice this fall, he simply represented the lesser of two evils. Corporate interest has an even bigger stranglehold over the Democrats. When is the last time any Democrat took a stand and challenged big business over the embarrassing low minimum wage? Canada has a minimum wage of (approx) 14.00 an hour , Australia has a minimum wage of $16.00 and England has a wage of $15.00. Here in America, 50 million Americans are forced to accept food tamps because at $7.25 an hour..how can anyone feed a family and provide a roof over their head and clothes, medical care,etc.

    In the coming days and weeks, we will explore what needs to happen in America, and how to make it happen. Neither political party can defeat the interest of a united and motivated mainstream…empowered by the Internet. All the billionaire bullion in the world can’t overpower the strength  of political action and coordination powered by the web. Political power is our for the taking, with many of the “dated” voting rules can be used to the advantage of a new political powerhouse. The Middlecratic movement is about to be launched…not so much a “political party” ..more a political movement to empower the mainstream..and steer policy decisions in the best interest of the average American..not billionaires and corporate thieves. Join the Middlecratic movement and be the change that changes the world!





4 comments on “Republican- Democrats have lost their way- Middlecrats ready to strike!

  1. By your own analysis, the majority lies, not in the middle, but to the left of both parties.

  2. fredamae on said:

    Third Gen Dem here-my own “time served” is more than 50 years. While I have not unregistered as a dem–I’ve left the party for all intents and purpose.
    Reids filibuster was the last straw–After NAFTA, Glass-Steagall, Patriot Act, Wars, NDAA, Bailouts–etc–I hung on, forgave and devised ways to rationalize that which felt wrong…
    I don’t know Where the FDR and Kennedy Dems went? But I’m looking for Them!

  3. Thanks for your thoughtful comments,Lisha. Blessings.

  4. Hi Ron,

    I agree with this. The rich should not get their way just because they’re rich. And also the lower class should not just depend on the gov so much. The middle class really has it the worst. We take care of ourselves and the lower class, while the upper class gets to make the rules.

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