Message from agag in The Right Server #serious
```-Should the US government make an effort in some way to allow smaller political parties have more influence over policy rather than only the two main ones decide all decisions?```
Two party system has been a constant in this country's history. Party systems give way to other two party systems, that's the trend in the US. Federalists/Democratic-Republicans becomes Whigs/Democrats becomes Republicans/Democrats. I don't see any way to change this, so it's wiser to control any possible negative effects than eliminate the cause.
```-Should State's Rights be more expanded, restricted, or done away with entirely?```
The federal government has supremacy over the states for a reason. We tried giving the states extremely extensive freedom, it failed big time. States were tariffing each other, refusing to give the federal government money, etc. under the Articles of Confederation. The Constitution is the product of a failed government, that's why it works so well. They had experience fucking it up. States should be given back their power to appoint senators, and popular election of senators should be abolished.
```-With all of the issues that the US faces, can the two-party constitutional republic system solve them?```
```-Would an alternative to capitalism be feasible/better for the US?```
Capitalism should be regulated, but no.
```-In your opinion, what form of government/leadership/system would you like to see used in the US and why? If you wouldn't want change, why?```
Popular election of senators should be abolished. Other than that, the current system, because it has accomplished its goal of protecting our inalienable rights and protecting the country from an "interested and overbearing majority" for over 200 years.
america is in a predicament
what're you talking about
@Fred the Fish America is going through growing pains to become a more beautiful natural order oriented nation which rejects its satanic roots.
we don't have Satanic roots
america’s constitution has been undermined for the past 2 years by administration officials obstructing the president’s executive powers
and this is all due to congress’ refusal to initiate impeachment proceedings for a president that is unanimously agreed to be incompetent and incapable of carrying out the duties of the president. this is supposed to be one of the purposes of the legislative branch — to check the powers of the president, and they failed to do that, and so his aides have taken it upon themselves to carry out that role, illegally
and what will trump do now to ensure his power and to ensure that he is not being subterfuged. what will he do to make sure his orders are carried out
Congress is supposed to be the most powerful branch of the government
they need to start asserting themselves again
@Thule-Gesellschaft [☩] you don't know what you're talking about when you say natural order
Trump's aids perpetrating a soft coup against the legally elected president of the United States is not justifiable in any way
it never will be
it is contrary to the ideals of the Republic and contrary to common sense
it is the same kind of retardation that led the "liberators" to stab Caesar
if you think that betraying the American people and the Constitution because they consider him to be unfit is justifiable you're a brainlet and have no idea what kind of consequences that will cause
if they think he's unfit then they have the 25th Amendment
but they're too pussy to actually try that, so they'll just be seditious about it instead
total fucking cowards
@agag if you love america then this should be a day of mourning for you. a part of it has died or is dying today. i think a constitutional crisis of this scale is unprecedented in this country's history
@agag Trump is slowly starting to realize shutting down the degenerate ultra liberal elements is the only way of saving what's left of America
@Fred the Fish Exactly, but blaming this on the Legislative branch is braindead retarded
ironically his actions will set precedence for better regimes
it's not their job to prevent the President's cabinet from executing coups
whatever faction backs Trump is probably livid rn
this is the Legislature's job
I suspect they will hit back hard at the media tbh
every single one of the seditious fucks trying to subvert Trump's administration should be fired immediately
Canada follows the US lol
we're about to elect Maxime Bernier
who is basically a less flamboyant Trump
Germany is to Austria as the USA is to Canada. Of course there are differences.
We should be one nation.
polarization is a global thing
In a perfect world.
Canada would only see to benefit, and we could finally unite Alaska.
In general Canada tends to follow the US politically because of economic fears